Sample Appraisal: Budweiser Advertisement

Sample Appraisal: Budweiser Advertisement

Appraisal ID: 10294
Appraised On: Jan 21,
Market Value: $
Replacement Value: $


This advertising collectible is a hanging motion lamp, circa
1980s. It features the Clydesdales, the Budweiser mascots. Budweiser has
produced tons of advertising items of every possible description.
Starting in 1982, the year of the Clydesdale 50th anniversary, they
produced numerous lamps, steins, signs, belt buckles, etc. focusing on
the Clydesdale theme. Their focus tapered off towards the end of the
decade. This lamp would be worth about twice as much if it was repaired.
Based on comparative data for other Budweiser lamps recently sold, and
considering the similarities and differences for the condition, size,
uniqueness, and age, we have valued the subject lamp as indicated.
Item/Title: Hanging bud lite.
Date/Period of Manufacture: No idea.
Condition: good
Manufacturer/Artist/Author: Budwiser Co.
Dimensions (HxWxD): Round. two feet across, a foot
tall, aprox. 20 lbs.
Inscription: There is a plaque on the front
that says World Champion Clydesdales.
History/Provenance: It is the clydesdale team with a
wagon full of budwiser beer cases and the dalmation dogs following
It has a lite in it that works, though the plasic has warped and the
wagon does not rotate. It is fixable.

This online appraisal report is an appraisal expert’s opinion of
value based on market comparable research of the item description and
images supplied by our customer. No further guarantee of authenticity,
genuineness, attribution or authorship is represented.

Current Fair Market Value is the price agreed on between a
willing buyer and seller, neither being required to act, and both having
reasonable knowledge of the facts.

Replacement Value is the price in terms of money that would be
required to replace the property in question with another of similar
age, quality, origin, appearance, provenance and condition, within a
reasonable length of time in an appropriate market.

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