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  1. WorthPoint

    The WorthPoint Corporation, founded by Will Seippel in April 2007, has organized global information on the world’s collectibles into a central database, which it calls the Worthopedia. Users can go to the Worthopedia to get information about their collectibles, or for a fee ask an expert Worthologist to tell them approximately how much the item is worth. The site is also a way for collectors to meet up with other collectors, no matter how obscure their collection. Worthpoint offers a "7 day free trial" which requires authorizing a credit card to be billed if the trial is not cancelled.


  1. WorthPoint

    Atlanta-based WorthPoint Corporation is an Internet-centric information and media company that offers a vast database of sales records on art, antiques and collectibles in a repository branded Worthopedia. Founded in 2007, WorthPoint has quickly become the world’s largest resource center for researching the value of art, antiques and collectibles. The company helps collectors accurately assess the worth of their items and provides expert advice from its international team of Worthologists on how to preserve or sell antiques and collectibles. WorthPoint also owns GoAntiques„¢, the oldest antiques and collectibles site on the Web.

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    The numerical value of worthpoint in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of worthpoint in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

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