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Chicago

Offices

An international hub that boasts one of the world's largest and most diversified economies, the Windy City represents a strategic location for Heritage Auctions throughout the Midwest. The office's prime downtown location in the center of the vibrant River North neighborhood allows Heritage's experts easy access to the greater Chicago community. Backed by a worldwide team of specialists, our Chicago-based team delivers personalized service for valuations and consignments in all Heritage categories, including Fine & Decorative Arts, Luxury Lifestyle, Jewelry, Memorabilia & Collectibles, Numismatics and Historical Artifacts. Contact us to arrange an auction proposal, formal appraisal, offer to purchase or general advice on your treasures.

If you would like to discuss consigning, or if you simply want to drop off your consignment and leave the packing and shipping back to Dallas to us, we are happy to help. You may contact your Heritage Representative to make arrangements, our Chicago staff will work with you and your Heritage Rep to make doing business with us as easy and hassle-free as possible. We recommend calling ahead to book an appointment with a specialist, 312-260-7200. Our hours are Monday through Friday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM CT.

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Heritage Auctions Chicago
215 W Ohio St Ste 1W
Chicago, IL 60654-4415
312-260-7200
877-HERITAGE (437-4824)

Roberta Kramer
Chicago

Managing Director, Chicago
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x1759

312-260-7222
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Roberta Kramer is a 25-year veteran of the art and antiques
world. Before beginning her career in auctions, she spent two years curating
for the Ben Uri Art Society in London. Returning stateside, Roberta served as
Gallery Director for J. Rosenthal Fine Art until her interest in Continental
Antiques led her to a management position at Rita Bucheit, Ltd. In 1992, with
her extensive knowledge of fine art and antiques, Roberta started her auction
career at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers as an account executive. In 1995, after
taking a leave to found the Antiques Center at Kinzie Square, she was named
Consignment Director of newly formed Chicago auction house, Susanin’s Auctions.
While at Susanin’s she also managed the appraisal department and served as
principal auctioneer alongside Sean Susanin. In 2001 she founded Roberta Kramer
& Associates, Inc., a firm specializing in appraisals and art consulting. A
recognized USPAP qualified appraiser and licensed auctioneer, Roberta has
served as a charity auctioneer for numerous charities and has been a frequent
contributor to Art & Antiques Magazine. Roberta joined HA in 2016, opening
the first regional office in the Midwest for the company.  Along with her staff
of specialists in multiple areas of collecting, she serves the Chicago and
greater midwestern region of the country.

Roxana Uskali
Numismatics

Director of Numismatics, Chicago
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x1282

312-260-7225
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Roxana Uskali, the Director of Numismatics for Heritage
Auctions’ Chicago office, started collecting coins like many of you — as a
youngster who frequented a local coin and stamp shop in her neighborhood. She
went on to graduate cum laude from Loyola University Chicago, receiving degrees
in world history, theology, and piano performance before pairing her diverse
academic background and her love of traveling into a career in professional
numismatics. Roxana spent nine years working as the principal world coin
numismatist for the prestigious Chicago firm Harlan J. Berk, Ltd., and more
recently her own company, KRCoins. Over the last several years, she has helped
catalog Heritage’s world coin auctions while also frequently attending major
coin shows around the U.S. and abroad. In addition to being a member of the
ANA, the IBNS, and the CSNS, Roxana also produces coin-related videos called Coincasts.

Rudy Aronoff
Chicago

Assistant Manager, Chicago
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x1981

312-260-7221
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Rudy graduated from Albion College with a degree in Art
History and Printmaking. Among his studies, Rudy spent a semester in New York
City interning at the Whitney Museum in the department of Rights and
Reproductions and at Larissa Goldston Gallery/ULAE.  While at Albion, Rudy assisted the Chair of
the Art Department after a large water pipe break resulted in significant
damage to the College’s print collection. 
Roberta Kramer was the appraiser assigned to the claim and in his final
two summers of college, he interned at Roberta Kramer & Associates while
also working at Susanin’s Auctions.  Rudy
became Roberta’s full time Operations Manager in 2013 and he joins her in
running Heritage’s new Chicago office.

Chris Nerat
Sports and Memorabilia

Consignment Director
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x1615

214-409-1615
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Chris Nerat, a Wisconsin native and one of the hobby's best known vintage Packers memorabilia experts, received his Bachelor's degree in Communications, with an emphasis in Journalism, from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2001. Starting in the sixth grade Chris has worked in almost every aspect of the hobby: dealer, card show promoter, lead card grader and first hire for SCD Authentic, Cataloger/Consignment Director for American Memorabilia, at Upper Deck Card Company in its auction division and helped start up MEARS Online Auctions. Most recently Chris was an editor/writer at Sports Collectors Digest where garnered national attention when he conducted a two-month investigation regarding fraudulent game-worn Brett Favre jerseys. His greatest personal accolade came in 2017, when he was elected to the Board of Directors of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, at historic Lambeau Field.

Panagiota Tsipas
Chicago

Operations Supervisor, Chicago
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x1175

214-409-1175

Bill King
Comics & Comic Art

Director, Animation Art, Chicago
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x1602

214-409-1602
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Before joining Heritage, Bill King was the former Director of
Stay Tooned Galleries, a Midwest animation art gallery chain, and was a team
member for the long-running 1990s Midwest Animation Lecture Series.

 

A graduate of the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor
of Fine Arts degree, he also has 25 years of experience in the graphic design
and illustration field both as a Sr. Art Director for Omnicom’s Adpac Corp. and
as a freelance artist/consultant to many of Chicago’s top ad agencies. In 2004,
Bill and his cousin, Las Vegas Comedy Magician Mac King, created the syndicated
Sunday comic feature “Mac King’s Magic in a Minute.” The strip continues to
this day, distributed through Andrews McMeel Syndication and appearing online
and in newspapers all over the world. He is also a member of the exclusive
National Cartoonist Society, a club dedicated to the advancement of cartooning
arts. Bill and his lovely wife Joetta live on Chicago’s north side.

Alexandra Kern
Chicago

Trusts & Estates Representative, Chicago
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x1691

214-409-1691
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Originally from Charleston, South Carolina, Alexandra
attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, graduating with
Bachelor's degrees in both Art History and World Languages. While at SMU, she
lived in Paris, France and worked in the Département des Peintures at the Musée
du Louvre and in the Département de la Conservation at the Musée D’Orsay.
Alexandra began her tenure at Heritage Auctions in 2017 with roles in both
Business Development and Trusts & Estates. In March 2019, Alexandra became
the first Trusts & Estates Representative for the Midwest out of Heritage
Auctions’ Chicago office. Today, Alexandra is a member of the Chicago Estate
Planning Council, USPAP compliant and continues her work with Trusts &
Estates professionals to aid the auction process within all 40 categories as
well as appraisal services.

Tess Hall
Fine & Decorative Arts

Consignment Director, Fine & Decorative Arts, Chicago
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x3403

214-409-3403
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Tess brings a very experienced and unique perspective to
Heritage’s Chicago team.  She began her
career at the Art Institute of Chicago, where she contributed to two
publications: The Age of French Impressionism: Masterpieces from the
Art Institute of Chicago and Matisse: Radical Invention. She
then relocated to New York to work for the online auction house Paddle8.  There,
she had the privilege of managing many high-profile, single-owner and
partnership sales.  Among the highlights include the Tory Burch Foundation, Gilt
Groupe, Jean Pigozzi, Lynn Wyatt, Carlos Mota, Andy Spade, and the estate of
Robin Williams.  She then went on to join Winston Art Group as an Associate Director
of the Midwest and returned to Chicago with the firm.  As an USPAP qualified appraiser,
she helped clients prepare estate tax documents, advised on donations, and
assisted with insurance schedule reviews and collateral loans.  Most recently,
Tess was a Senior Specialist at Hindman Auctions, overseeing both the American
and European Painting departments.

Tess received her Bachelor’s Degree from Brown University
and a Master’s from the University of Chicago.

Jamie Henderson
Jewelry

Consignment Director, Fine Jewelry, Chicago
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x3432

214-409-3432
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Before joining Heritage as a Jewelry Consignment Director in
its Chicago office, Jamie Henderson spent nine years at Leslie Hindman/Hindman
Auctions as an account executive, cataloguer and specialist for fine jewelry,
timepieces and artisan silver jewelry. Additionally, she worked at Professional
Gem Sciences Laboratory laser inscribing diamonds and at the Haifa Faisal
Collection of Saudi Arabian Traditional Arts as a cataloguer. 

Jamie’s initial love of jewelry came from her mother, while
an affinity for science was inherited from her father, who was an Air Force
officer. Living overseas as a child, she experienced influential locales such
as the salt mines in Austria; traveling throughout the US, she also visited
places such as the petrified forest in Arizona and the diamond mine in
Arkansas. These adventures, along with her experiences working at the Haifa
Faisal Collection and the diamond lab, made her entry into jewelry auction
industry easy and appealing.

Holding a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of
Chicago, Jamie is a current GIA student and holds Diamonds and Colored Stone
Essentials Certificates. In addition, she is a member of the Women’s Jewelry
Association (WJA), Association for the Study of Jewelry & Related Arts
(ASJRA), and National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC). Her
personal collection jewelry collection includes a few hard-to-find silver
Tiffany pieces and smaller Edwardian rings, and she is always on the lookout
for an amazing silver artisan piece.

Matthew McGee
Comics & Comic Art

Consignment Director, Comics & Comic Art, Chicago
1-877-HERITAGE (877-437-4824) x3404

214-409-3404
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What began as a summer job in the early 90s evolved into a lifelong passion that has built a foundation
of knowledge, making Matthew an unquestioned expert in the hobby.

Matthew started by setting up and
manning the table of 50-cent comics outside a shop in Queens, N.Y. McGee later
clerked at and eventually managed the world-renowned St. Mark’s Comics in New
York City, and later managed the back issue operation for Midtown Comics.

The breadth of his knowledge
and the depth of his passion for comics and the comic book industry have taken
him from coast to coast, from New York to the Pacific Northwest.

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1909 T206 Sweet Caporal Honus Wagner (The Garagiola Wagner) SGC Authentic

1909 T206 Sweet Caporal Honus Wagner (The Garagiola Wagner) SGC Authentic

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AUCTION
Feb. 27-28

Fort Defiance: 1836 Joseph Chadwick Map of Col. James Fannin's Defenses at the Historic Site of the Battle of Goliad

Fort Defiance: 1836 Joseph Chadwick Map of Col. James Fannin's Defenses at the Historic Site of the Battle of Goliad

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AUCTION
FEB. 27-28

1907 $20 Ultra High Relief, Normal Edge Lettering, PR68 NGC. JD-3, Low R.7.

1907 $20 Ultra High Relief, Normal Edge Lettering, PR68 NGC. JD-3, Low R.7.

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$3,600,000

1880 $4 Coiled Hair, Judd-1660, Pollock-1860, JD-1, Low R.7, PR67 Cameo NGC

1880 $4 Coiled Hair, Judd-1660, Pollock-1860, JD-1, Low R.7, PR67 Cameo NGC

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$1,860,000

The World's Most Famous Coin 1787 New York-Style Brasher Doubloon, W-5840, MS65★ The Finest-Known Example Ex: Stickney-Ellsworth-Garrett-Partrick

'The World's Most Famous Coin' | 1787 New York--Style Brasher Doubloon, W--5840, MS65★ | The Finest--Known Example | Ex: Stickney--Ellsworth--Garrett--Partrick

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$9,360,000

1804 Plain 4 Eagle, BD-2, PR65+ Deep Cameo  Extremely Rare Early Gold Proof Finest of Three Known Ex: Sultan of Muscat-'Colonel' Green

1804 Plain 4 Eagle, BD-2, PR65+ Deep Cameo | Extremely Rare Early Gold Proof | Finest of Three Known | Ex: Sultan of Muscat--'Colonel' Green

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$5,280,000

Charles Burns RAW cover

Charles Burns RAW cover

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AUCTION
MAR. 13-14

An Important Japanese Cloisonné-Enamel Vase by Namikawa Yasuyuki (1845-1927)

An Important Japanese Cloisonné-Enamel Vase by Namikawa Yasuyuki (1845-1927)

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AUCTION
MAR. 16

Edward VIII gold Proof Pattern 5 Pounds 1937 PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC

Edward VIII gold Proof Pattern 5 Pounds 1937 PR67 Ultra Cameo NGC

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AUCTION
MAR. 25-27

1792 Silver Center Cent, SP67 Brown Historically Important Early Pattern CAC Approved, Finest-Known Example Judd-1, Ex: Garrett

1792 Silver Center Cent, SP67 Brown | Historically Important Early Pattern | CAC Approved, Finest-Known Example | Judd--1, Ex: Garrett

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$2,520,000

Super Mario Bros. 3 - Wata 9.8 A+ Sealed ['Bros.' Right, Later Production], NES Nintendo 1991 USA

Super Mario Bros. 3 - Wata 9.8 A+ Sealed ["Bros." Right, Later Production], NES Nintendo 1991 USA

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AUCTION
APR. 1-2

1885 Trade Dollar, PR63+ Cameo  CAC Approved, The Amon Carter Specimen Legendary Rarity That Needs No Introduction

1786 Lima Style Brasher Doubloon | The First Circulating Gold Coin Struck in the United States | MS61, W-5820, The Finer of Two Examples Known

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$2,100,000

Henry III (1216-1272) gold Penny of 20 Pence ND (c. 1257) MS63 NGC

Henry III (1216--1272) gold Penny of 20 Pence ND (c. 1257) MS63 NGC

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$720,000

Batman #1 (DC, 1940) CGC NM 9.4 White pages.

'Batman' No. 1 Sells for $2.22 Million to Shatter Caped Crusader's World Record

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$2,220,000

Detective Comics #27 (DC, 1939) CGC FN/VF 7.0 Off-white pages

Detective Comics #27 (DC, 1939) CGC FN/VF 7.0 Off-white pages

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$1,500,000

1894-S 10C Branch Mint PR66 PCGS

1894-S 10C Branch Mint PR66 PCGS

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$1,500,000

Frank Frazetta A Princess of Mars Painting Original Art (1970)

Frank Frazetta A Princess of Mars Painting Original Art (1970)

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$1,200,000

Passion | Expertise | Results: Roxana Uskali, Director of Numismatics Heritage Auctions

Passion | Expertise | Results: Roxana Uskali, Director of Numismatics Heritage Auctions

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Passion | Expertise | Results: Profile of Alexandra Kern, Trust and Estates Heritage Auctions

Passion | Expertise | Results: Profile of Alexandra Kern, Trust and Estates Heritage Auctions

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