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Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals

Invaluable Seller since 2009

Based in Knoxville, Tennessee, Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals has offered auction services since 2005. The auction house attracts thousands of buyers worldwide seeking valuable items. Case Antiques typically holds at least three auctions per year live online with Invaluable.com.

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4310 Papermill Drive

Knoxville, TN, US

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About Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals

Biography

Based in Knoxville, Tennessee, Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals has offered auction services since 2005. The auction house attracts thousands of buyers worldwide seeking valuable items. Case Antiques typically holds at least three auctions per year live online with Invaluable.com.


Known for its sales of entire estates, Case Antiques' notable auction sales include a cherrywood Sugar Chest from Mooreland Plantation in nearby Brentwood for $11,800 as well as a dozen items owned, worn, and used by Tennessee basketball coach Ray Mears including game worn ties and a pair of cowboy boots. Case Antiques also sold a Maysville pottery butter churn $55,200 and a lot of 270 ballots from Abraham Lincoln's 1864 presidential election for $8,000.


Case Antiques specializes in investment quality art and antiques. Consignment categories include fine art, pottery, textiles, Southern decorative arts, historical Americana, jewelry, and silver.


Services & Staff


Depending on the auction, buyers may be able to participate exclusively online, or bid live in person, by phone, absentee, or online with Invaluable.com. Seasonal auctions will have complete online catalogs with descriptions, photographs, and estimates so that buyers can research items before they come up for sale at auction.


Sellers with investment quality antiques and valuable items can consign with Case Antiques. The auction house specializes in appraisal and estate liquidation. Case Antiques has two accredited personal property appraisers on staff and offers fine art and antique appraisals. Professional appraisals are available for a fee, or complimentary consignment appraisals are available in person or via email with photographs.


John Case, the owner and president of Case Antiques, has more than 20 years of experience in the appraisal of American antiques and art. Sarah Campbell Drury, vice president of decorative arts for Case Antiques, brings more than 17 years of experience in American and European art and antiques to the auction house.


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Visit Case Antiques online to view auction catalogs and sign up for the auction house mailing lists. You can also connect with Case Antiques on Facebook and LinkedIn.