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Thursday, 11 January 2007
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Posted by bob frassinetti at 7:29 PM
Updated: Saturday, 13 January 2007 11:45 PM
Tuesday, 2 January 2007
Goodbye 2006 Welcome 2007
Topic: Bob Frassinetti

....... and yes, Our 2006: a year of growth and development

 

As it happens at the end of every year, we find ourselves in time of reflection and balance. We wish to appreciate the road we’ve walked thru this past year, for it has been a wonderful, positive and amazing time of growth and development as we stated in the title of this piece.

With the aid of time, a lot of effort and a fairly earned reputation, our projects have developed to an outstanding point, helping us to shape our ideals and passions into productive ventures.

 

This year, our Toy Museum has began to transition from it’s virtual show room online to real exhibits in and around the city, featuring not only a great assistance of public but also fabulous reviews in several prestigious media.

 

Our Art + Retro Toys show at the British Arts Center of Buenos Aires was a success. Children and adults alike loved it and it was a stepping stone into showing our project to locals who are passionate about vintage toys, their history and stories. Major local publications such as La Nacion and Clarin news papers, which are the two largest news papers in Latin America published articles on our show. I was interviewed by the top notch magazine veintitres. And we shared our expertise in toys in over 30 radio shows of Buenos Aires. The worldly reputed Pampers hired our one of a kind toy show to present to the public and media their newest product Pampers Evolution in a wonderful event.

Visitors from the US, Australia, Europe and New Zealand discovered Buenos Aires’ hidden cultural and social treasures with our customized tours tailored to suit their needs and likes. We’re happy to say that we’ve made new friends throughout this wonderful year hoping to see them again soon.

 

In the world of Argentine Masters such as Vito Campanella’s works, among others, have traveled a long way from Southern Buenos Aires to the US to enrich private collections with the top notch quality of some of Argentina’s finest artworks. Working upon the request of our collector clients, we are strengthening the input of Argentine art in world wide collections for those who appreciate sophistication and talent in the arts, finding those one of a kind paintings that collectors appreciate so deeply.

 

Antique collectors from distant locations such as Italy, Germany, France, Britain, America and Hungary to mention some, hired our expertise services to personally hunt down their favorite antiques in this wonderful market that is Argentina, featuring fabulous outcomes.

 

A new and amazing feature we’ve develop this year thanks to our expert writers were a broad range of research projects on Argentine and Foreign steam tractors and antique vehicles found or made in our country. Our reader’s feedback has been wonderful. And specialized collectors hired us to hunt down antique trains and antique tractors, steam engines and cranes for them. Handling everything from the research information to the actual hunt to handling all the paperwork and exporting them to the US and England, we’ve done it all.

 

Throughout this year we also provided our traditional expertise service for art and antique dealers from around the globe who come to Argentina seeking those one of a kind antiques that would set their business apart from the rest. Acquiring antiques and collectibles from the Argentine market requires specialized assistance in handling not only the purchases themselves, but also in working out the special exportation of the container and shipping. With our experience in this field we have provided assistance to several buyers, dealers and importers in order for them to get the best antiques from Argentina.

 

Since we began this project, we knew that what made us different from the rest was the fact that we not only were passionate about what we did, but that we sustained our work and sayings with reliable information, research work and insightful articles. All of our information and insider’s data is available to world wide readers thru our free access web. It’s our belief that sharing the information is what makes the whole difference; it’s what sets us apart from the rest, because an informed client makes informed decisions, and that’s our hope.

Sharing our point of view on Argentina, its culture and history, its economy and politics has helped travelers and dealers, investors and researchers and we’re proud of this outcome.

Thanks to our articles on Real Estate and the ins and outs of the Argentine economy, we’ve helped investors from around the globe to make an informed decision into investing in our country. Recently our clients bought amazing properties in Argentina with our expertise service and help, all throughout the process, from finding that perfect place that would be your home in BA to signing the deed.

 

2006 has been a wonderful year for all these new ventures. From an artistic oriented business perspective we’ve also incursion into the world of Fashion and Design. Guiding our clients all throughout the process of contacting Argentina’s finest designers from casual ware to couture one-of-a-kind items, our business and artistic background has provided them with a novel approach to fashion, business and style.

 

Indeed, this has been a wonderful year filled with joy and pleasant work. It wouldn’t have been possible without our magnificent team and friends.

 

Hoping for an even better 2007, Art Dealer Team wishes you all a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah and a Wonderful New Year 2007.

 

So Welcome 2007!

 

So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina and need help, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to go back to web blog:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here:

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 7:15 PM
Updated: Thursday, 11 January 2007 5:02 PM
Monday, 18 December 2006
San Telmo. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Topic: Antiques

San Telmo the historical quarter

 

Its unique and artistic bohemian feel makes of San Telmo a must for travelers, tourists as well as for locals. From Parque Lezama to Plaza de Mayo along Defensa St, the journey is amazing. Passing along cafes, restaurants, historical houses, antique shops and fashionable courts any day of the week, avoiding Sundays if you’re not a fan of crowds, there’s no waste to a delightful outing.

The story of San Telmo goes back to the early days of the Nation, when the now bo-bo neighborhood was the sophisticated upper class residential area for the wealthy families of Buenos Aires. However, by 1871, San Telmo’s features would change dramatically because of an epidemic of Yellow Feber, forcing the majority of the families to relocate in what today still is the Society’s undeniable neighborhood: Recoleta. San Telmo then became a less coveted neighborhood, hence the transformation of old mansions into multi-family housings, that remain to our days.

 

After Plaza de Mayo, Plaza Dorrego is the oldest plaza in the city, previously known as the Plaza de la Residencia and Plaza de Comercio. It was in Plaza Dorrego, where a great part of the Buenos Aires people celebrated the independence of the nation in 1816.

Featuring less than 2500 sq meters, in 1861 Plaza Borrego was until 1861 the region’s marketplace, where the products, form in and around Buenos Aires, were sold to the public.

But in 1897, the city’s government changes the supplies regulations, and private markets and shops were allowed outside the Plaza de Comercio. It was then when the actual San Telmo Market was built.

 

San Telmo’s traditional features would change once again during the 1970s, when the area was declared cultural patrimony of the city and historical quarter. It was in 1970 when the now traditional Sunday Antique Fair that takes place in Plaza Dorrego began. The fair kicked off right away and the neighborhood’s feel towards its current artistic and cultural aura began to develop. From day one to these days the growth and development was non stop, featuring today over 270 antique stands.

 

San Telmo’s rich histrory can be appreciated thru jeans of the several architectural remains. Most constructions have a story hidden behind their bricks that trigger their aesthetic relevance into a broader cultural feel. That is the case of Minimal House. This is the city’s tiniest property. Located on the gorgeous Pasaje San Lorenzo, this property is only 2,50 meters wide. Featuring an undressed façade, the historical value of this house lays on the fact that it stands upon the city as a reminder of Argentina’s past. According to the city historians, this property was owned by one of the many liberated slaves after the revolution of Independence in the early 1800s.

Not many people know that Buenos Aires had a large African population during its early years. The history of the Afro Argentines is rich and interesting, and we’ve written about it previously. However it is important to state that while epidemics and wars mined the Afro Argentine community, it didn’t disappear and remains proudly to these days. Even more, on December 13th at 5Pm, there’s going to be a Candombe parade from the minim house to the Cabildo to remember the afro argentine roots of San Telmo.

 

The story of San Telmo and its properties is broad and rich, therefore we will keep on posting new articles on this neighborhood, its circuits and tourist attractions.  


So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina please feel free to email us…….. Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here:

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 12:32 PM
Sunday, 17 December 2006
Travelling with Money to Argentina
Topic: Argentina Travel

Values, currency and entering Money into Argentina

 

For a long time now we’ve been talking about big time investments in Argentina and the ins and outs to several projects and approaches.

One important thing to consider in any kind of investment or big trip is money transportation, meaning which is the most efficient and secure way to move around your values.

World around, not only in Argentina, there are restrictions and legislations, and when dealing with large sums it’s important to have the know how to avoid complications.

According to the AFIP in Argentina –the local equivalent IRS- travelers entering our country can bring up to US$ 10,000 in any of the options available –cash, checks, traveler check, etc.-. And this amount is not required to be declared. However according to the General Resolution 1172/01-1176/01 of AFIP, all travelers and crew entering the Argentine territory with more than US$10,000 have to make a sworn statement at the Airport- Port or any other international terminal thru means of the Customs Declaration number OM 2087.

For underage travelers, this does not apply, especially because they cannot travel internationally with such large sums, limiting those between 21 and 16 with only US$ 2000 and those under 16 with US$ 1000.

 

In the case of taking money out of the country, the limit is set also at US$ 10,000. But there’s no exception, nor sworn declaration to take out of the country further more money. In the case of having a larger sum to take out of the country, the only way to make the transaction is thru means of authorized financial entities like banks, casa de cambio, etc.

 

The situation and modus “operand is” is pretty much the same in other countries. In the US customs’ website it is stated:

 

“If you are traveling to the U.S. or a foreign country carrying monetary instruments valued at $10,000 or more, you are required to declare it to CBP on your Customs declaration (CBP 6059B). In addition, you are required to file the FinCEN Form 105 with CBP upon your departure or entry into the U.S.

Failure to report monetary instruments in amounts over $10,000 may be subject to forfeiture and could result to civil or criminal penalties.”


This is crucial information to remember and bear in mind when investing and traveling abroad.  Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly for further information.

 

For more information on how to export Art and antiques or if you are interested in buying Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina please feel free to email us…….. Please feel free to contact Flor Rodriquez by emailing her: Email: Flor Rodriguez. or Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here:

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 3:54 PM
Monday, 20 November 2006
Art And Antiques for Export, Argentina
Topic: Antiques

Exporting from Argentina to the world: The ins and outs

 

Art and Antiques, export ways........

 

For more than 5 years now, Argentina has been a recognized paradise for collectors, dealers and auctioneers. The uniqueness of this paradise lays on the fact that it opened its doors to the world after the crack in 2001, when the Argentine Peso value dropped dramatically in the international market. Featuring a truly appealing quality and quantity of items within its market of all sorts of collectibles ranging from Toys to Tractors, from Modern Art to Classical sculpturing, Argentina has what it takes to become the IT place for art, antiques, collectibles, design and fashion.

 

It is not a novelty that these features are now well known around the globe, and that the flow of this particular kind of trade has grown geometrically in recent years.

 

However there are indeed novelties within the procedures in these exportations. Form a fairly simple and uncontrolled shipment during the first couple of years to the recent modifications in the norms and requirements, a lot of water has run under this bridge.

We want to state that it is neither impossible nor hard to do, but requires an in depth knowledge and contact network.

A container is not just a container, but what it carries within, and each container to be shipped off has a modus operandis to follow according to what the exportation is. Meaning: it is not the same to ship off a 20 feet container filled with antique furniture, than a container filled with artworks or a new fashionable clothing line, or even a classic car and an antique tractor have their own requirements and times.

For starters it is important to state that the process of exporting is not immediate, this means that there’s some time involved in working out an exportation shipment out of the country, ranging from 1 to 3 months or even more…

From helping you buy each and every single of the items that will be inside the container to packing it and working out the paperwork, we do it all as well as oversee each and every single step of the exportation.

 

Once the items are bought, bare in mind it is important to get invoices from each shop you purchase at. Your purchases from each of the shop will be picked up and stored in a special warehouse because the total shipment has to be insured in order to cover the possibility of casualties. Once stored, each of the items has to be inventoried with photographs and descriptions. This is required by Argentine customs as well as by the shipping company.

 

Antiques, collectibles and art, depending the kind usually undergo a special treatment since the Government’s Cultural office demands that each of these items leaving the country has a permit stating that these are not stolen or protected pieces. This has to be carefully taken care of, because without the paperwork they will not allow the item to leave the country.

 

Being that this business is new to Argentina in the broadness of its flow, regulations as well as paperwork and requirements might change and increase, the way they have in the last couple of months and years, until final requirements are set for good. That’s why it is so important to work with reputable firms who are constantly up-to-date in the ins and outs of these matters.

Once the items are approved, then they must be properly packed and handled. The packing has to be government approved, or else it won’t be admitted by the recipient country –US, Europe, etc, have very strong regulations regarding the receiving of packets from abroad that are not health approved.

At this point, the boxes that will be filled into the containers must be sent to the Buenos Aires port for shipment, and Customs’ approval. Once fitted into the container, there’s a time gap until it finally is set in the ship, and that the ship sales off to the receiving port. Depending on the location the frequency of the shipping can be of twice a week to every day to once every two weeks…

 

This is a brief insight on the current exporting process in Argentina, that will allow our readers to better understand the times and requirements in exporting from Argentina to the world.

 

 

 

NOTE: In  October 2006, new regulations regarding exportation licenses were issued by the Argentine government, narrowing the number of licensed exporters allowed to work with overseas shipments. Be sure that you contact a reputable firm to handle your container. For further information, details and referrals, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly.

 


                   
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For more information on how to export Art and antiques or if you are interested in buying Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina please feel free to email us…….. Please feel free to contact Flor Rodriquez by emailing her: Email: Flor Rodriguez. or Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here:

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Updated: Monday, 20 November 2006 5:09 PM

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