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What Being a Worthologist Means to Me

by WorthPoint Staff (02/13/09).

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High ethical standards, sharing their expertise and knowledge about antiques and collectibles, participating in the larger collecting community, being part of something new and exciting–these are just some of the reasons experts in the antiques and collectibles world want to be Wortholgists on WorthPoint’s web site. In this video, Worthologists Christopher Kent, Thom Pattie, William Leigh and James Van Es talk about why they became Worthologists.

One Response to “What Being a Worthologist Means to Me”

  1. Susan Eisen says:

    How do you become a worthologist? Who certifies it? Pls respond as I would like to become one.

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