The registry for art and collectibles
When a significant event takes place in the lifecycle of an artwork or a collectible—a sale or valuation, for instance—an issuing party, such as an auction house or gallery, creates a permanent record within the Artory Registry containing signed information. Through the issuing party, collectors receive a free Registration Card that protects both buyers and sellers. A work’s ownership can be verified, while the owner remains unknown to both Artory and the public.
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