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  • Tag Registries was created in 2007 by Scott L Shuster, Esq. with substantial input from Hitachi North America, Artnet, security programmers, patent attorneys, auction houses, art galleries, art dealers and private collectors. Because of the uniqueness of art collecting – specifically the need of collector and seller anonymity, and the fact that this was a retrograde fix – it took over 3 years of development, to build the websites, software and database systems that solve the title ownership issues in the art world while protecting everyones’ interests. There are an incredible amount of features that exist in the TAG System that are simply commonsense and exist in every industry except the art world until now. Moreover, there are incredible features and functions that are unique for the art industry. This system can be licensed out to artists, galleries, artist foundations, authenticators and/or insurance companies in various business model arrangements with TAG; or simply run by TAG alone. - Description from company info - http://tagregistries.com/company-info/ The TAG Registries is an online Registry System. It is a global fine arts registry that ensures owners to acquire only original art pieces. Registered users can verify authentication of artworks that were created by various visual artists. There is a registry for the individual artists. Similarly, each individual registry site is a website to acquire artwork information, painting and prints for sale, and insuring artworks that owners acquire. Furthermore, you will be able to check if the art certificate of authenticity, fine arts insurance papers and other documents you have are not fraud. This registry system benefits fine art insurance companies, art collectors, auction house, dealers, brokers, curators and individual art collectors.

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