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COLLECTIONS Fresh to the Market.


COLLECTIONS Fresh to the Market.

M O R P H YA U C T I O N S . C O M

OUR PURPOSE IS TO DELIGHT COLLECTORS WORLDWIDE BY PROVIDING THE BEST OVERALL BUYING AND SELLING EXPERIENCE. MORPHY AUCTIONS, located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania is one of the most reputable and successful auction houses in the country. Dan Morphy founded Morphy Auctions in 1997 and grew the company from an antiques co-op to the world-renowned auction house it is today. We continue to set auction world records with our astounding prices realized across all collecting categories. Our company is only as strong as our employees and our experts. We partner with the most talented and knowledgeable experts in the industry and hire professional, hardworking and courteous staff to support every aspect of our business. We pride ourselves on securing the best expert for each collecting category we specialize in. Our experts are immersed in the industry and have knowledge of the current market. Many times, our experts also represent and advise some of the top buyers in the industry.

Whether you are located in our backyard or across the globe, our experts and specialists are available to assess your collection and oversee your consignment throughout the entire journey with Morphy Auctions.

Dan Morphy President & Founder



Through every step of the process from valuation to the auction, we are dedicated to you and your collection. AT MORPHY AUCTIONS, we are devoted to providing the best customer

• Dedicated Display Rooms

experience in the industry. Whether you are a consignor or buyer, our team will

• Display Cases & Professionally Lit Floor Display

promptly and professionally assist you throughout any step of the consigning or buying process. In addition to our excellent customer service, our auction house is customized to handle every type of collection and provide the ideal atmosphere for housing your

• Theater-Style Seats, each with a Lap Desk and Cup Holder • Customer Service Area

consignments. All of our consignments are properly secured and professionally

• Climate Controlled

displayed and handled for potential bidders to preview with ease.

• 7 Fully Equipped Photography Studios

We strive to accommodate every type of buyer which is why we offer multiple

• Loading/Unloading Holding Area

bidding options to cater to the bidding styles of each buyer. Bid with us Live, absentee, phone or internet. We offer our own bidding platform, MorphyLive, which allows our customers to watch the current auction in real time and bid in our auctions with ease, whether on the road or from the comfort of their own home.

• Custom-Built Storage Area • Museum-Quality Storage • In-House Shipping Department

When we say we handle everything throughout the consignment process, that

• Fully Stocked Packing Room

includes shipping items to their new owners! We have a dedicated in-house packing

• State-of-the-Art Security System

and shipping department with a team professionally trained to pack and ship each item we sell.

• Over 100 Parking Spaces • Open 5 Days a Week • Art Racks

SOLD $110,700

SOLD $253,000

SOLD $45,510

SOLD $88,800



Let us guide you through the ease of our consignmemnt process.

CONSIGNMENT Once your item has been evaluated by our specialists and you’ve taken the next step in consigning your item(s) to Morphy Auctions, a Morphy Auctions team member will contact you to discuss the details of your consignment. We coordinate all of the details of your consignments and logistics from the consignment rate, date of the auction and when we need your items in house. Once the agreement is finalized, we arrange for items to be transported to our facility.

INVENTORY, INSURANCE & STORAGE Once your items are in our possession, they are fully insured for the median amount of the pre-sale estimate. Your consignment remains insured until it is transferred to the buyer who purchases the item at auction. Once we receive your pieces, our consignment team will tag and inventory each item. After the pieces are tagged, we schedule the correct expert to inspect, describe and estimate your items. We take pride in making sure each piece is properly documented and stored before and after the expert handles it, until it is time to display your pieces in our auction gallery. Morphy Auctions has advanced security systems in place to keep your items safe and secure.

CATALOGING, PHOTOGRAPHY & CATALOG PRODUCTION We partner with the most reputable and knowledgeable experts in the industry to provide unbiased descriptions and estimates for your auction consignments. With our vast network of specialists, there is no category too specialized for us to handle. Our team of full-time, onsite photographers capture the raw beauty of each piece we photograph. We shoot multiple images of each piece to accurately represent the item and capture even the smallest of details. Once your items have been fully assessed, described and photographed, our consignment team provides you with a Consignor Summary Report detailing each item’s title, description, estimate and photography. This report is emailed to you approximately seven weeks prior to the auction date. At this time, we ask you to review all of the report information and discuss any changes you would like with a member of our team. Our in-house Graphics department designs our hardbound catalog for each auction. The catalog is mailed to potential buyers approximately 3 weeks prior to the auction date. It is at this time, the online version of the catalog will be available.

DISPLAY In addition to your items being available to view online, they will also be displayed in our auction gallery for approximately 4 weeks prior to the auction date. Our display coordinator carefully exhibits each of your items so they are represented properly and are accessible for previewing. We use museum-quality display cases and locked preview rooms to display your pieces. All of our preview areas are protected by constant camera surveillance and handled only by Morphy Representatives.

SELLING AT AUCTION All auctions are held live featuring all of your items included in that auction. For buyers who cannot attend our live auction, we offer multiple bidding options including telephone, absentee bids, and online/internet bidding.

CONSIGNOR PAYOUT Payments are made within 45 days of the auction date.



Morphy Auctions is active on Facebook and Instagram and other social media promoting our upcoming auctions, show attendance, world record prices realized and more!

Every auction is unique, which is why we customize a marketing

we develop and distribute a press release to all major media

and promotion campaign for each auction. Our marketing

syndicates, as well as carry out media outreach to our

campaign is crafted to elicit maximum buyer participation and

well-established contacts.

worldwide exposure for your consignments. Our customer database consists of over 100,000 potential buyers, each

Our user-friendly website is another platform we use to

identified by their areas of interest. We design a hardbound

promote your collection. With custom designed digital

catalog for every auction that is distributed to all of our

banners and dedicated auction pages that showcase

top buyers in that collecting category. In addition to the

featured highlights, our website allows advance promotion

hardbound catalog, a full-color brochure is mailed out to

for each auction.

our database of collectors based on category of interest. On our website you will find a lineup of our current auctions, Our extensive and creative advertising efforts target all of

past auctions and prices realized, the latest Morphy Auctions

the popular antiques trade publications and other nationally

news, and online catalog. Our sophisticated online catalog is

renowned consumer magazines. In addition to print advertising,

available approximately 4 weeks prior to the auction date to

we also secure digital and online advertising opportunities.

allow for pre-bidding and contains a library of photographs for each auction item. Additionally, we have added an

We want to get the word out! A public relations campaign is

exceptional photo enhance feature that allows buyers

designed for each auction to ensure widespread publicity for

to view, zoom and inspect all items in an auction.

the auction. In conjunction with our Public Relations consultant,


Advertising & General Store

• Automobiles •

Automobilia & Petroliana

Coin-Op & Gambling

Coins & Currency

Dolls & Bears

Edged Weapons, Armor & Militaria

Fine Art, Asian & Antiques

• Firearms •

Jewelry & Watches

Lamps, Glass & Fine Jewelry

Sports Memorabilia

Toys & Pop Culture

Western & Native American



SOLD $430,500

SOLD $70,110


DON GRIMMER, residing in Las Vegas,

For close to 40 years now, Tom has

continues to offer a “hands on” service to our

found something very stimulating in

west coast, southwest, and northwest collectors,

the whimsical curiosity of coin-operated

preserving and enhancing relations with his

devices from the stories they could tell

long term friends and collectors. With 5 years’

and to the people they have touched.

experience managing our former Las Vegas

The simple drop of a coin and the

location, his extended association with Morphy’s

ingenuity behind delivering fine

and the antique industry give him the knowledge

music, entertaining visual effects, or

and ability to be extremely accommodating and

even a tasty confection is testament to

valuable to the Coin-Op & Advertising industry.

the inherent quest to advance discovery.

A native to Montana, he has been collecting

His passion for collecting transcends

advertising and other general antiques since the

ownership and he truly values the

mid 80’s; specializing in cigar store and saloon

stewardship collectors assume as

and all the categories that it encompasses.

caretakers to history. As Tom stated

Don, along with Tom, leads the division in

“Sharing that passion with the

an effort to engage the marketplace, develop

community of collectors we touch

strategic alliances, and manage customer and

is nothing less than perfect.” Morphy

client relations. Most importantly, Don continues

Auctions is privileged to welcome

to bring “fresh to the market” collections

Tom to our team, not only as one

to Morphy clients and loyal customers.

our of Coin-Op & Advertising experts,

His knowledge of the vast array of categories

but also as our CEO.

offered at auction.


SOLD $98,400

SOLD $39,975

SOLD $115,900

SOLD $79,300

SOLD $108,000

SOLD $264,000

SOLD $317,200

SOLD $195,200

SOLD $213,500

SOLD $79,950

SOLD $87,175

SOLD $116,850



SOLD $515,475

KELLY KINZLE grew up helping his parents Dorothy and

TONY GREIST joined our team following the James

Don in their antique and auction business in Duncansville, Pennsylvania. As a young man, he founded his own business and moved to New Oxford, Pennsylvania with his wife, Paralee in 1990 where they now run their business in the old bank building on the historic town square. Although Kelly is known for his inventory of tall case clocks, fire arms, Pennsylvania decorative arts and fire fighting memorabilia, he is interested in those objects that are outstanding in any genre and period. His reputation for handling the rare and unusual has made him a favorite with collectors and scholars alike. He has also worked closely with important institutions including the Smithsonian, Colonial Williamsburg and the Philadelphia Museum of Art to add significant objects to their collections.

D. Julia merger and has over 40 years of experience in the antiques industry. Tony decided to pursue his hobby of buying and selling antiques and the restoration of furniture after completing his academic achievements. He fostered relationships with English and European antiques dealers, resulting in an extensive wholesale operation involving both the import and export of many of the antiques he was handling. After owning and operating many antiques businesses and working at other auction houses, Tony now works in the Fine Art, Asian & Antiques division. Tony’s extensive knowledge and experience with furniture and furnishings from the 18th & 19th centuries makes him an asset to the Fine & Decorative Arts Division.

SOLD $296,250

SOLD $45,622


SOLD $408,250

SOLD $248,850

SOLD $141,450

SOLD $49,200

SOLD $310,500

SOLD $61,500

SOLD $379,200

SOLD $91,960

SOLD $98,400

SOLD $406,600

SOLD $50,430

SOLD $46,689

SOLD $52,732

SOLD $53,325

SOLD $74,062

SOLD $43,050

SOLD $36,900

SOLD $36,900

SOLD $19,680

RON CIARMELLO Arts & Crafts Furniture and Fine Jewelry Expert

SOLD $30,750

SOLD $61,500

SOLD $178,350

SOLD $104,550

SOLD $68,880

SOLD $79,950 SOLD $79,950

SOLD $578,100

SOLD $104,550

SOLD $166,050


SOLD $17,220

SOLD $150,000


SOLD $55,200

SOLD $86,100

GARY METZ joined the Morphy Auctions team in May of 2006. His primary duties are to gather consignments for the company, with his specialty being in advertising, country store, soda fountain, soda pop, and Coca-Cola. Gary represents Morphy Auctions at shows around the country. He also provides catalog descriptions on much of the advertising material in each sale.

SOLD $110,700

SOLD $40,800

SOLD $45,000

SOLD $14,400


SOLD $141,450

SOLD $73,800

SOLD $15,990

SOLD $60,000

SOLD $66,000

SOLD $66,000

SOLD $178,350

SOLD $84,000

SOLD $45,140

SOLD $36,000 SOLD $41,820

SOLD $31,200

SOLD $24,600

SOLD $61,500

SOLD $ 29,520

SOLD $18,300

SOLD $15,340 SOLD $16,500

SOLD $19,500



SOLD $164,700

JOHN MIHOVETZ joined Morphy Auctions in 2016. John’s focus is on antique advertising and automobilia, petroliana, and motorcycle memorabilia. John is responsible for attending industry and collector’s events on behalf of the company; sourcing, identifying and valuing fine consignments; cataloging; and developing referral and partnership networks nationwide. John has been professionally involved in the antique and vintage world since 2011, although he has been an enthusiast and collector of pre-World War II American ephemera, wild west, and country store themed finds since early childhood. Prior to his work with Morphy’s, Mihovetz ran his own business, specializing in vintage advertising, folk art and primitives, reclaimed lumber, and salvaged materials. He has been profiled in several antique industry publications and is a frequent go-to source for media inquiries and special projects.

SOLD $40,800

SOLD $90,000


SOLD $52,800 SOLD $67,650

SOLD $39,360

SOLD $80,520

SOLD $15,990

SOLD $40,590

SOLD $45,600

SOLD $45,600

SOLD $43,050

SOLD $88,800

SOLD $134,200 SOLD $23,370

SOLD $49,200

SOLD $72,000

SOLD $24,000

SOLD $36,600

SOLD $85,400

SOLD $34,800

SOLD $20,910

SOLD $ 36,000

SOLD $21,600

SOLD $38,400

SOLD $33,600


SOLD $414,000

MECHANICAL & STILL BANKS DAN MORPHY has been collecting mechanical and still banks for 30 years. He grew up in a family of avid collectors, with his parents constantly encouraging the appreciation of antiques in the home and fostering a love of collecting among their children. In 2007, Dan published The Official Price Guide to Mechanical Banks, which is regarded as the industry’s ultimate reference. Also in 2007, Morphy Auctions sold the Stephen Steckbeck Mechanical Bank Collection for a world-record $7.7 million. Active member of Mechanical & Still Bank Collectors Club.


SOLD $92,000

SOLD $172,500

SOLD $31,625

SOLD $195,500

SOLD $92,000

SOLD $103,500

SOLD $49,200

SOLD $86,000

SOLD $149,500

SOLD $149,500

SOLD $57,500

SOLD $103,500

SOLD 63,250

SOLD $49,200

SOLD $25,830



SOLD $86,100

TOM SAGE, JR. joined forces with Dan Morphy in 2004 to establish Morphy Auctions. Tommy is well known in the industry for his expertise in toys, trains and sports memorabilia. His primary duties are to gather consignments, provide catalog descriptions and to represent Morphy Auctions at various shows around the world. Tommy grew up in the antiques trade and attended his first show with his father at the age of six, started selling trains at the age of 12 and ran his first antique shop in the Poconos at the age of 16. It’s not surprising that the younger Sage was attracted to the antiques trade at an early age. He recalls, “I was exposed to the business through my father, a long-time dealer, and was able to learn what collectors wanted, how to find it, and who to sell it to.” In the 1980s, Tommy relocated to the Adamstown, Pa., area to continue his pursuit of the antiques business. He is now an integral part of Morphy Auctions and brings vast knowledge and experience to the forefront of the company’s daily operations.

SOLD $28,000

SOLD $86,000


SOLD $43,050

SOLD $13,200

SOLD $52,900

SOLD $17,700

SOLD $13,200

SOLD $18,450 SOLD $25,800

SOLD $46,000

SOLD $15,680

SOLD $22,400

SOLD $13,200

SOLD $36,900

SOLD $31,980

SOLD $54,900

SOLD $109,250

SOLD $20,400

SOLD $34,800

SOLD $22,200

SOLD $31,000

SOLD $53,680

SOLD $32,000

SOLD $17,220 SOLD $27,600

SOLD $35,670

SOLD $57,500

SOLD $92,250

SOLD $47,000

SOLD $27,060

SOLD $43,200

SOLD $55,200

SOLD $54,625

SOLD $43,050


SOLD $46,125

SOLD $10,455

SOLD $36,900

SOLD $45,000

SOLD $74,750

SOLD $32,200

SOLD $21,850

COINS JOHN MORPHY, M.D. a retired physician, was part of the Morphy team long before “the team” ever existed. As the father of Morphy

SOLD $109,250

SOLD $35,670

Auctions’ President and Founder, Dan Morphy, Dr. Morphy was the guiding force who sparked and nurtured Dan’s interest in the antiques industry. With his knowledge and appreciation of antiques, “Doc,” as he is known to one and

SOLD $195,500

SOLD $253,000

SOLD $92,000

SOLD $51,750

all, was Dan’s most important influence and a constant source of encouragement to his son as he ventured into antiques as a profession. Dr. Morphy’s primary duties are to provide catalog descriptions and condition reports, appraise goods and assist with the shipping of items purchased at auction. His expertise developed over 35+ years in the industry and includes, but is not limited to, art glass, fine art, antique toys, country store, holiday and general

SOLD $63,250

antiques. Dr. Morphy is an integral part of the day-to-day operations at the gallery, and in his free time he still buys, sells and collects the antiques he has grown to love.

SOLD $16,100

SOLD $44,800

SOLD $23,000

SOLD $45,000

SOLD $161,000

SOLD $86,250


Colt Whitneyville-Walker Pistol “A Company #210” and Original Flask issued at Vera Cruz in 1874 to Private Sam Wilson (Texas Ranger), later obtained by Brevet Major General John Reese Kenly of Maryland and believed to be the finest example of a Martial Walker Extant SOLD $920,000

Colt Single Action Army SN 5773 Positively Proven to have been used by One of Custer’s Men during the Infamous Battle of the Little Bighorn SOLD $460,000

THE MORPHY AUCTIONS FIREARMS TEAM Our team can be found at all of the top American and Canadian Gun shows plus dozens of regional and specialty collector shows. Top locations include Denver, Louisville, Cody, Ft. Worth, Tulsa, Springfield, Ohio, Reno, Calgary, Las Vegas Antique Arms Show and Baltimore Gun Show. We are happy to evaluate your collection and discuss our auction process during these events.





President & Founder

Firearms General Manager

Firearms Specialist

Arms & Armor Specialist

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David.Geiger@MorphyAuctions.com 877-968-8880 x747





Acquisitions & Promotions

Firearms Expert NFA Item Specialist

Firearms Expert

Firearms Expert

Dan@MorphyAuctions.com 877-968-8880

Scot.Kauffman@MorphyAuctions.com Tony.Wilcox@MorphyAuctions.com

Brian.Estepp@MorphyAuctions.com Russ.Withem@MorphyAuctions.com Mike.Salisbury@MorphyAuctions.com 877-968-8880 John.Keene@MorphyAuctions.com 877-968-8880 x702 877-968-8880 x751 877-968-8880 x729

CHERYL GOYDA Acquisitions & Promotions Cheryl.Goyda@MorphyAuctions.com

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Firearms Consultant

Firearms Consultant






Lemat SN 8, General P.G.T. Beauregard’s Personal Revolver and Finest Known. SOLD $224,250

Rare Singer MFG Model 1911 Semi-Auto Pistol SOLD $90,000

Likely the Finest Factory Engraved Blue & Case Colored Colt Lightning Known to Exist (1886). SOLD $190,650

Extraordinary Walther Armee Pistol with Long Barrel, Alloy Frame, Matching Stock and Two Matching Magazines. SOLD $69,000

Magnificent Factory Engraved Colt Lightning Revolver Sn 97530 Made for Mine-Owner C. N. Markle. SOLD $73,800

The Historic Ultra Deluxe Factory Engraved Presentation Colt 1860 Army Inscribed “To Maj. Gen. W.S. Rosecrans” and Further Presented by Gen. Rosecrans to Col. Coolbaugh (1863). SOLD $159,900


Lot of 2: “The Hummingbird Guns”: Incredibly Rare Pair of Westley Richards .410 Best Droplock Shotguns with Superb Multi-Colored Gold Inlay in Hummingbird Design with Case. SOLD $135,300

Important and historic documented Dutch Flintlock Musket, Bayonet and Commission of Private John Simpson of Bunker Hill Fame. SOLD $492,000

High Original Condition, 20 Bore Parker “A1 Special” having Fine Scroll Engraving and Gold Inlay, with Original Leg O’Mutton Case. SOLD $253,000

Truly Exceptional and Exceedingly Rare Boss & Co. Best 28 Gauge Side by Side Shotgun with Case. SOLD $107,625

The Trumpeteer Carbine, forensically confirmed & soldier identified to the last white man to see Custer alive, Custer Battlefield Us Model 1873 Springfield Trapdoor Carbine. SOLD $98,400

Truly superb quality, beautifully relief gold inlaid and engraved Percussion Shotgun by Koezi & Jahchimek of Warsaw and Krakow in its original highly embellished rosewood case with accessories. SOLD $276,750

FIREARMS Silver Plated Winchester Model 1873 First Model Deluxe Rifle Factory Engraved with Panel Scenes by the Master John Ulrich SOLD $86,250

Rezin Bowie’s Silver-Mounted Flintlock Rifle Made by Bartlett of New York SOLD $90,000

Marlin Engraved 1893 Takedown Lever Action Rifle with Gold & Platinum Inlaid design presented by Marlin to Annie Oakley SOLD $258,750

Magnificent and Historically Important Lorenzoni-system Flintlock Repeating Rifle by Sebastian Hauschka made for and presented to King Louis XV and bearing his personal cypher, as well as the French Royal Arms No. 464 from the Royal Cabinet D’Armes, circa 1735 SOLD $181,700

Possibly Conrad Ulrich’s Greatest Masterpiece and a Legendary Winchester Collector’s Icon for nearly half a Century is the Magnificent Gilded High Relief Engraved and Fully Signed Winchester Model 1866 Lever Action Rifle. SOLD $598,000

Extremely Rare Winchester Model 1876 1 of 100 Lever Action Rifle. SOLD $230,000

One of the finest “One of One Thousand” Model 1873 Winchester Rifles ever offered for sale with rock solid provenance and all features verified by factory letter SOLD $230,000

Winchester Single “W” Cartridge Board. SOLD $43,050


Near Mint Highest Possible Condition Colt Model 21 AC Thompson Machine Gun SOLD $57,500

Viet Nam War Trophy, Chinese Type 56 Machine Gun SOLD $132,250

Outstanding Iconic Original German WWII MG-42 Machine Gun with Tripod SOLD $74,750

Absolutely Fabulous Incredibly Sought After German Fg-42 2nd Model Machine Gun SOLD $159,900

Exceptional Original Finish Colt Model 1921 AC Thompson Machine Gun SOLD $55,350

Fantastic All Original Haenel Manufactured Matching Numbered German WW2 Mp-40 Machine Gun SOLD $46,125

Historic Spanish American War used French Hotchkiss 37MM Revolving Cannon with Provenance on carriage with accessories SOLD $135,300



SOLD $270,600






Arms & Armor Specialist

Director of Museum & Special Sales Specialist: Early Americana, Arms & Militaria

German Militaria and Military/Target Firearms Expert

German Military Artifacts (1813 - 1945) Expert

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Fine 51.5 inch 19th Century Scottish 3 pounder bronze Naval Cannon on its original elaborate exhibition carriage

Extremely Rare 1833 Pattern Ames Texas Dragoons Saber

SOLD $9,600

SOLD $23,370


Rare and Extraordinary Cased 100 Guinea Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund Presentation Sword for Hero of Battle of Trafalgar. SOLD $270,250

Historic and Attractive French Saber Attributed to General Brooks and Presented by Lafayette. SOLD $39,060

English Napoleonic Era Officer’s Sword & Scabbard. SOLD $30,750

Fine Gold-Mounted Miniature Portrait of Rezin Bowie.

General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s Four Star General’s Helmet.

SOLD $36,000

SOLD $79,950

Large Silver Mounted Guardless Coffin Bowie Knife. SOLD $105,000

“Slanted” Clip Point Bowie Knife by Samuel Bell, San Antonio.

USS Arizona Life Ring Recovered After Pearl Harbor Attack.

SOLD $111,000

SOLD $104,550

Captured 4th North Carolina Cavalry Confederate Battle Flag. SOLD $98,400


Engraved Powder Horn of Elijah Sharp, Dated 1759, Fort Edward, “Defiance to the Proud French”. SOLD $86,100

SOLD $23,370

Rare Engraved North Carolina Map Powder Horn with view of Charlestown, SC and Fort Johnston, Owned by Captain Chas. Richardes. SOLD $86,100

SOLD $60,000

Important Historic Bunker Hill engraved Powder Horn of Daniel Kinne, dated 1775. SOLD $209,100

127th Regiment United States Colored Troops (USCT) Regimental Battle Flag SOLD $196,800

SOLD $30,000

SOLD $39,975

SOLD $23,370


Trust the experienced professionals at Morphy Auctions to handle your collection.


MORPHY AUCTIONS stresses the importance of planning your estate with as much detail as possible. Our team of experts are happy to assist with this process. You can never be too thorough with how your items are handled and we are happy to provide free evaluations. Morphy Auctions has the expert knowlege and deep experience to manage collections of all categories as part of an estate planning process. Whether as an individual planning for you or your family’s future, as an executor, or as a trustee, it is vital to work with a company that handles the collection in a personal, thorough, honest, and expedited manner. Morphy Auctions will customize our efforts to the estate planning needs of the consignor and his or her team of trusted advisors. The ultimate goal is an auction that optimizes speed, simplicity and results.

WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE MORPHY AUCTIONS TO HANDLE YOUR ESTATE: • We have extensive collection logistics management knowledge and expertise - willing and able to transport full collections of all categories, safely, with minimal lead time from anywhere to our state-of-the-art auction facilities (and on-site auctions are an option) • We offer free valuation services in all categories, giving you confidence in an accurate picture of the collection’s auction value • We provide vast experience with firearms collection management • We pride ourselves on an unparalleled reputation in customer service, creating an experience of value for consignors and buyers (not just a transaction) • We cover the collection insurance from contract signature to shipment after auction • Our team partners with estate planning attorneys, tax advisors, and wealth management firms to predict the need for an offer our consignors resources on their estate planning needs


Dan Morphy

President & Founder

Gary Metz Consignment Assessment & Procurement

Andrew Harrison

Customer Experience Associate

Eric Wagner

Firearms Consignment Associate

Dana Moyer Photographer

Daniel Cinelli Operations Administration

Tom Tolworthy

Dana Costello

Sarah Stoltzfus

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Director of Marketing

John Morphy, M.D.

Brian Estepp

John Morphy

Acquisitions/ Appraisals

Jae Lukens

Customer Experience Associate

Tucker Nelson

Acquisitions & Promotions

Alicia Green

Accounting Specialist

Josh Dobroskey

Logan Metesh

Firearms Consignment Associate

Dave Pence

Emily Malloy

Ashley Messner

Operations Associate

Abbe Shearer

Customer Experience Associate

Firearms Consignment Associate


Acquisitions & Promotions


Nate Burkholder

Operations Associate

Shaye Krispine

Director of Operations

Myles Welsh

Liz Sayres

Sierra Perkins

Chris Hince Consignment Manager

Tasha Lopez

Becky Stellmach

Ben Brossman

Andrew Martin

Cheryl Goyda

Accounting Specialist

Liz Crasten

Operations Associate

General Manager Firearms

Firearms Acquisitions & Promotions

Senior Graphic Designer


Ugo Liberti

Operations Associate

Scot Kauffman

Director of Sales

Assistant General Manager Firearms

Social Media Specialist


Therese Hince

Graphic Designer

Ryan Kelly

Shipping Manager

Dan Zerbe

Operations Associate

Jamie Griffin

Customer Experience Manager

Emily Hamilton

Firearms Administration

Customer Experience Associate

Caleb Enck

Kayla Specht

Kim Cinko

Mary Beth Nocera

Consignment Associate

Graphic Designer

Chris Sayres

Shipping Associate

Tommy Sage, Jr.

Head of Toys & Trains

Consignment Associate

Lead Photographer

Angel Lopez

Display Coordinator & Apprentice Auctioneer

Joel Lazarus

Train Consultant

John & Nancy Smith Figural Cast Iron Consultants

Department Head & Expert Automobilia & Petroliana

John Mihovetz

Brian Burke

Ron Ciarmello

David Geiger

Michael Salisbury

Arts & Crafts Furniture and Fine Jewelry Expert

Arms & Armor Specialist

Chris Hall

Acquisitions & Promotions

Antiques & Advertising Expert

Firearms Expert

John Keene

Firearms Expert, NFA Specialist

Don Grimmer Acquisitions & Promotions

Russ Withem

Firearms Expert

Tony Greist

Fine Art Expert

Willi Zahn

Firearms Specialist

Kelly Kinzle

Americana, Folk Art, & American Decorative Arts Consultant

David Wyatt

German Military Artifacts (1813 to 1945) Expert

Peter Thomson

Antique & Modern Silver Consultant

James Kochan

Specialist: Early Americana, Arms, & Militaria

2000 N. READING ROAD | DENVER, PA 17517 Jeremy Hatch

Firearms Consultant

Josh Loewensteiner Firearms Consultant

Brian Manifor

Western Antiques & Weapons Expert

Jim Maley

Acquisitions & Promotions

Dave Conley Auctioneer

SOLD $2,530,000



MORPHY AUCTIONS has one of the most aggressive


referral programs in the auction arena. It is a very simple and very successful program. All you do is put us in contact with a person that ultimately consigns with Morphy Auctions. Once that consignor’s items are sold, you will be paid a generous referral fee. This program is an absolute winner for you, the consignor and the buyer! Just call our toll-free number and ask about our referral program. Take advantage of your connections and team up with us to generate another happy consignor!

THANK YOU Morphy Auctions is honored that you are considering entrusting your collection to us. Through every step of the process, from appraisal to auction, we are devoted to you and your collection. We are sure you will be proud of your collection’s presentation and pleased with the unrivaled customer service provided by the Morphy staff. We look forward to doing business with you. Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

SOLD $920,000

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SOLD $578,100

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SOLD $598,000 2000 N. READING ROAD | DENVER, PA 17517 | 877-968-8880 | INFO@MORPHYAUCTIONS.COM

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