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How can you appraise art without actually seeing it? This is one of many perplexing questions the contents claims specialist in this month’s case faced when consulted about the theft of various pieces of art created by a very well-known Spanish surrealist painter.

A policyholder had reported that signed and numbered prints by Salvador Dali had presumably been stolen from the home. Not only were contents claims specialists able to appraise the art, but they were also able to determine and report back that the art was, in fact, not authentic.

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