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|Founded||Dallas, Texas, 1976|
|Jim Halperin, Co-Chairman
Greg Rohan, President
Paul Minshull, COO
|Products||Antiques and collectibles|
Number of employees
Heritage Auctions is a privately owned company, with headquarters in Dallas, Texas and offices in New York City, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, Chicago, Palm Beach, and Houston, and locations in Hong Kong, Germany, Switzerland, Holland, and France.
Heritage combines both proxy and live Internet bidding with traditional floor auctions. In both 1999 and 2001, www.HeritageCoin.com, the predecessor to www.HA.com, was chosen by Forbes Magazine as one of the 250 best sites on the Internet. Heritage hosts separate website sections for each type of collectible they support and each lot's web listing contains third-party pricing and rarity data.
In 2014, Heritage's total sales exceeded $969 million, a single year record for any collectibles firm. As of January 2, 2015, Heritage had over 850,000 registered online bidders.
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