This is a situation I've had to deal with so many times, and I always wish I had a Ph.D. in art appraisal. A customer has a PETER MAX original signed SERIGRAPH "Peach Lady" lithograph that is not in very good condition. She wants my opinion on whether or not to have me try to "clean it up" and frame it. A good condition version of this lithograph costs anywhere from $3,000.00 to $$10,000.00. This particular one however is water damaged, creased from having been rolled up and crushed, and the worst part - the color is faded due to (probably) water damage. What do you guys do when your in this situation? Is there a conservator out there in Grumbleland that might be interested in working on this piece? My usual modus operandi is to do my best and frame whatever. I will only do that if the owner releases me of liability, and of course is fully aware that I am not a conservator. I've had good results with the work I've done. This particular piece however might be valuable, and therefore something that might best be served by an actual conservator. Thanks for your help!