Lloyd & Finch Appraisals
Appraising with Integrity
John Lloyd earned his Accounting degree at State Technical Institute at Memphis and worked in varies positions in sales and administration at different companies.
Since 2009, he has been working under the internship of Len Finch, appraiser apprenticed under Mrs. Sally McAdoo. Mr. Lloyd writes personal property appraisals and operates an estate sales company. Having his accounting skills has proven to be very useful in the estate sale business in the areas of inventory control, and accountability for merchandise.
John is a member of the International Society of Appraisers (ISA) and his appraisals are compliant with the USPAP standards. (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisers Practice)
He enjoys appraising fine art, American and Continental Furniture, Ceramics, Brilliant period American cut glass, and Sterling silver. He also has had the pleasure of some overseas travels to Europe, Philippines and Thailand. Recently in Europe, he toured the Rijks Museum, the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam, and Peter Paul Reuben’s home and school museum in Antwerp, Belgium. In Gent, Belgium he visited St. Bavo’s Cathedral where he studied one of the earliest oil painting “the Altar piece” painted in 1432 by brothers Jan and Herbert van Eyck, and in Brugge, Belgium he visited the Has Memling museum who was the inventor of oil paintings.
In the US, he has visited several museums in Washington D.C. including the National Art Gallery. In October 2018, he attended the National Appraisers Conference in New York, NY for Professional Personal Property Appraisers with the Appraisers Association of America.
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