From PrimaSoft PC:
Art and Antiques Organizer Deluxe is a Windows software for private and corporate collectors, small galleries, dealers, artists, publishers, appraisers, small museums, and clubs. Software helps you to organize, catalog, and manage all art and antique collections. Intuitive interface and ready-to-use solutions make it easy to set up and use. For the power user, Organizer affords the simplicity of wizards that make it easy to set up and use art or antique organizers that you create.
What's new in this version: Version 4.0 has added new database templates.
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