Should you provide a certificate of authenticity when you sell your artwork? Short answer: yes. The Certificate of Authenticity (COA) plays a larger role then just proving the artwork is authentic. The COA documents important facts about the artwork for future owners; helps the artist keep track of finished artwork; and assists representatives in selling your artwork. Documenting important facts for future owners When a piece of artwork is sold, presumably the person who purchased it knows all about the artwork. Likely, they researched the artist, and they may know about the process and materials involved in creating the work. But, what happens if the original purchaser sells the artwork,…
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