Morphy Auctions’ team of experts set to hit the show circuit in July Visits planned in Seattle, Portland, Anaheim and AllentownJuly 6th, 2011 by Admin
DENVER, Pa. – Dan Morphy, CEO of Morphy Auctions, and several of his on-staff experts will be visiting antique shows this month, with stops planned for Portland, Seattle, Allentown, Pa., and Anaheim, California.
Morphy and his team have issued an open invitation to collectors who may have an interest in obtaining a free evaluation of their collection and learning how to consign to a future auction. Visits can be arranged at collectors’ homes or wherever else their articles may be kept.
“There is no obligation whatsoever, and all visits are kept strictly confidential,” said Morphy.
Morphy’s July event schedule includes the following stops:
July 8-10 – Dan Morphy and Brian Estepp at the Portland Expo Antiques & Collectibles Show in Portland, Oregon
July 15-16 – Brian Estepp at the Seattle Marble Show in Seattle, Washington
July 16-17 – Mike Landis at the Allentown Paper Show in Allentown, Pennsylvania
July 28-30 – Dan Morphy at the UFDC Doll Convention in Anaheim, California
Morphy’s is known for its high-profile auctions of toys, banks, antique advertising, mechanical/coin-op and gambling machines; fine and decorative art; clocks and Americana. The company holds the world record for the highest-grossing one-day auction of a single-owner toy collection: $7.7 million achieved with the 2007 sale of the Stephen and Marilyn Steckbeck collection of antique mechanical banks.
To make an appointment to meet with Morphy Auctions team members during their July show tour, please e-mail email@example.com.