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Carolyn Mani's background includes more than fifteen years of experience in both live and online auctions, as well as an extensive background in appraising and vetting Furniture and Decorative Arts, Fine Art, Collectibles, Musical Instruments and Entertainment Memorabilia. Prior to joining Heritage, Carolyn was Director and Auctioneer at Bonhams & Butterfields Estate department for more than ten years where she established a proven track record in working with large consignments and institutions. Carolyn has also provided auction services to numerous charities including John Wayne Cancer Society, Stars for a Cause, The LOOC foundation, Wheels for Humanity, The Beverly Hills Bar Association Barristers, The Chrysalis Foundation, Project Angel Food, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity and many others.
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Beverly Hills office. A native of the Los Angeles area, he started early on
collecting sports cards, but after attending his first Long Beach Coin Show at
the age of 10, his passion for sports cards quickly changed to a love for
numismatics that has grown for more than 20 years. Harry soon began to realize
that his passion could be turned into a career and continued his rare coin
journey, working for dealers throughout high school and college. While
attending college classes at night, he would work in the mornings buying and
selling coins before earning his degree in Finance from Florida Atlantic
University. In his role at Heritage, Harry divides his time between multiple
duties that include estate appraisals, wholesale and retail sales, buying
collections over email and phone, auction consignments and work at all the
major coin shows around the country. He currently collects Peace Dollars and is
a member of the American Numismatic Association (ANA) and Florida United
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Margaret Barrett, a California native who graduated from UCLA with a B.A. degree in Art History, joined Heritage Auctions in 2011 after working as an Entertainment Memorabilia Specialist at various auction houses for a number of years. She served as a Specialist at Butterfield & Butterfield in Los Angeles, as an Assistant Vice President & Head of the Popular Arts Department at Christie’s in New York, as a consultant to Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles, and as the Director of Entertainment Memorabilia at Bonhams in Los Angeles. Notable collections that she has worked on include The Estate of John Wayne, The Estate of Orson Welles, The Estate of Marilyn Monroe, The Estate of Steve McQueen, The Estate of Bette Davis, The Estate of James Stewart, The Estate of Jennifer Jones, The Estate of Raymond Burr, The Estate of Farrah Fawcett, The Estate of José Ferrer, The Ramrod Shurtliff Collection of Grateful Dead Memorabilia, The Private World of Truman Capote, The Personal Property of Ernest Borgnine, The Estate of Mae West, and The Herb Bridges “Gone with the Wind” Auction for which she was awarded a key to the city by the mayor of Jonesboro, Georgia -- hometown of “Gone with the Wind” author, Margaret Mitchell.
World & Ancient Coins
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David S. Michaels has been active in the field of classical numismatics for more than 24 years. A specialist in Roman Imperial coinage, he has an extensive background in Greek, Byzantine, Dark Age, and Medieval coins as well. He is also well known as an author and lecturer. Michaels was born in Los Angeles, California in 1957. An early viewing of the movie “Cleopatra” when he was seven years old kindled a lifelong fascination with the ancient world. While touring Italy in the mid 1980s, he purchased a battered Roman bronze coin, launching a new hobby and career path. An interview with the renowned numismatist and author David R. Sear in 1988 convinced him that ancient coins could be more than a sideline. Two years later, he made numismatics his full time vocation. Michaels’ profile in the world of ancient coins rose steadily. In 1998, he became sales director of Classical Numismatic Group. Two years later, he joined Freeman & Sear, where he remained until 2010. Michaels has published several articles on aspects of ancient coinage and has given talks on the subject across the country.
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After studying at Clark University in Massachusetts and Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey, Frank joined the auction staff at New York-based Acker Merrall & Condit in 1998. In 2003 he joined Bonhams & Butterfield as Director of Fine & Rare Wines, becoming International Director in November of 2006 and taking on a revised role focused on making the Wine department there a global entity, paying particular attention to markets in the US and Hong Kong, where, in April of 2008, he held the first wine sale in more than 17 years. Over the course of the following year and a half Frank was in Hong Kong on a monthly basis, working not only on wine auction, but also spending a good deal of time working with the government in Hong Kong to develop appropriate policy around the business. His experience in the industry is across all phases of the business, from business development, to marketing, to sales, consignments and customer service, with a decidedly hands on approach. As early as 2000, Who What Where magazine published a feature story spotlighting Frank, his rise in the world of fine wines and his success orchestrating auctions. It said, in part: "Martell has rapidly established himself as a superstar in the world of wine... his future seems extremely bright." He has since been featured on CBS News, MSNBC, CNN, and CNBC's "Squawk Box" as an expert in the field and was cast in a primary role in John Cleese's documentary, "Wine for the confused."
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ten years of top level experience in nearly every facet of the wine
business. Amanda is currently the Associate Director of Fine and Rare
Wines at Heritage Auctions, where she works to bring in consignments for live
internet auctions. Previously she served in the wine
departments of Christie’s in New York (Associate Vice President, Lead
Specialist) and Spectrum Wines in Irvine, CA (President). Amanda was a
member of the faculty at the French Culinary Institute in Manhattan and
continues to lead tastings and seminars. Her extensive wine related travels
have taken her to Burgundy, Bordeaux, Germany, Piedmont, Napa, Oregon and
Eastern Europe in addition to her work as a harvest intern in Tuscany. Prior to
auctions, Crawford was an assistant wine director at ‘Inoteca and a manager of
Astor Wines in New York. She graduated from Wellesley College.
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Like many experts at Heritage, Calvin’s fascination with the collectibles marketplace began in his youth, and it grew into a profession begun straight out of high school in 1985 when he joined the staff of SCP Auctions. After five years of apprenticeship, Calvin tested his entrepreneurial skills with the opening of a successful private trading card shop in southern California. Later he would rejoin SCP as a leading force in their consignment and sales division.
Calvin brings more than 25 years of knowledge and experience in the sports collectibles field to the role. He will be free to travel throughout the western United States for quality consignments.
Fine & Decorative Arts
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Mandarin, Niu earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from North University of
China and Drexel University before earning her certificate in appraisal studies
in Fine & Decorative Arts from New York University. She assisted the
Shenzhen Art Museum with its Ink-Not-Ink Chinese contemporary art collections,
following a stint as in independent interior designer. Her work with Asian Art
continued in Philadelphia, where she cataloged and researched specific works
and coordinated symposiums and special events for collectors and sellers. She
joined the staff of a Beverly Hills-based Auction House, where she oversaw the
sale of important works of Asian art, and her professional experience extends
from consignment valuation and catalog production to developing and maintaining
client relationships and providing specialist advice. Moyun is a
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Gina D’Onofrio, FGA, ASA
of Fine Jewelry, Beverly Hills
With work in the retail, auction and manufacturing sectors
of the jewelry industry since 1989, Gina D’Onofrio’s experience encompasses
jewelry design and production, appraisals, buying and selling of contemporary,
antique and period jewelry, sales and management.
Prior to joining Heritage,
Gina operated an independent gemological laboratory, appraisal service and consulting
firm and has been catering to private individuals, banks, trusts, non-profit
organizations, insurance companies, legal firms and the jewelry trade in the
greater Los Angeles area.
Gina received her Master Gemologist Appraiser® designation,
upon completion of appraisal studies, written and practical examinations and
peer appraisal report review with the American Society of Appraisers. In
addition, she was awarded the Certified Master Appraiser designation with the
National Association of Jewelry Appraisers. In 2013, Gina received Los Angeles Magazine's coveted “Best in
LA” award for her Jewelry Appraisal Services.
She conducts presentations and speeches about appraisal and
jewelry related topics to private and corporate groups in the Los Angeles area.
Gina is currently serving as Gems and Jewelry Education Chair for the American
Society of Appraisers and co-instructor for their Appraisal Report Writing For
Insurance Coverage course.
• Fellow of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain (FGA)
• Fellow of The Gemological Association of Australia (FGAA)
• Certified Master Appraiser of the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers
• Accredited Senior Gemologist, Accredited Gemologists Association (AGA)
• Member of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, (NAWCC)
• Accredited Senior Member & Master Gemologist Appraiser®, (ASA)
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Consignment Director, Beverly Hills
joining Heritage Auctions, Ana Wroblaski has been involved in the jewelry
business on various levels since 1999. Born in Chicago and raised in Los
Angeles, she joined John Moran Auctioneers in Pasadena during 2011 to take
charge of their growing jewelry department. Previously, Ana spent five years at
Bonham’s and Butterfield’s Los Angeles, first starting as assistant to the senior
specialist before she was promoted to a specialist, appraising and cataloging
jewelry that ranged from antique to modern.
Once Ana got a taste of working with precious metals on her own, she served as
an apprentice with a master jeweler in the Downtown Los Angeles Jewelry
District. Focusing on minerals and gems, she then went on to fabricate and
design jewelry for her own line and others as well. Ana is a Graduate
Gemologist, earning her diploma from the Gemological Institute of America
(GIA), an Accredited Jewelry Professional (AJP) and is constantly continuing
her education by attending workshops and seminars to stay abreast of treatments,
new mine discoveries and current style trends in the jewelry world.
earned and stays current with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal
Practice (USPAP), and
is currently working on the accreditation curriculum with the American Society
of Appraisers (ASA).
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Leon, Heritage Auctions’ Director of Modern and Contemporary
Art for its New York office, has spent his entire life in the art business,
with parents who both own art galleries, and three siblings, all of whom also
currently work in the art world. Prior to joining Heritage, Benrimon owned
Benrimon Contemporary in New York, where he sold blue chip artworks on the
secondary market in association with historical exhibitions, while dedicating
himself to representing and supporting emerging, established and mid-career
Contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums. He received his
Master’s Degree at Christie’s Education in New York and worked at family owned
galleries on Fifth and Madison Avenues at David Benrimon Fine Art. His specialty
is working with new collectors and post-war artists – such as Warhol,
Lichtenstein, Prince, Basquiat, Longo, Kusama Haring, Murakami and Hirst, among
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automobile industry for the majority of his professional career. Fascinated by
mechanical engineering, he started collecting wristwatches from a young age,
primarily those with a motorsports association that reflected his other great
passion for classic cars and racing.
After studying for a Business and Economics degree from UWE
Bristol in Great Britain, Jonathan worked as a Director of Sales at the
international marketing company Mice Group plc. While competing in a number of
pan European classic car rallies and race series, he joined the luxury
lifestyle brand Supercar Club as Commercial Director. There, he built out the
luxury products arm and re-launched its luxury lifestyle Magazine Supercar,
writing regularly on fine vintage and modern watches as well as super cars and
other luxury products. Jonathan was luxury consultant to the British
International Motorshow and curator to its Heritage Collection, as well as a
number of UK-based luxury Concours d'Elegance events.
He subsequently joined London-based Privatus, a private
sales and advisory company focused on rare collectibles, as Head of Watches and
Fine Timepieces, advising and brokering for a client base of private banks,
family offices and other high net worth individuals. Jonathon has privately
advised and assisted numerous high net worth clients with the sourcing,
curating and disposal of fine watches, as well as helping to build two notable
collections of vintage timepieces. He has written extensively on watch
collecting and investing for a number of publications, including Bentley
Magazine, EFG Private Bank and Arbuthnot Latham Private Bank Magazine.
Jonathon relocated from London to Los Angeles in 2016 with
his wife, a film editor, and two young children, joining his wife’s family that
includes mother-in-law, legendary film editor and academy award winner Anne V.
Fine & Decorative Arts
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Brent Lewis is an art and design specialist
based in Los Angeles and the director of design for Heritage Auctions. He has spent over fifteen years in the auction
business, working with both East and West Coast firms as a specialist and
auctioneer. In his role at Heritage, Brent oversees the department of 20th
Century and Contemporary Design, focusing on building Heritage’s market in
mid-century and postwar design.
Prior to joining Heritage, Brent was the
director of Wright auction house’s New York gallery, and was formerly a
Vice President and Auctioneer at Christie's, New York. Previously he was
the Gallery Director of Moss, New York and held roles at Freeman’s auction
house in Philadelphia and Bonham’s in Los Angeles.
Brent has appeared on PBS’ Antiques Roadshow and
is a contributing editor of Cultured Magazine. He has published widely on
the subjects of art and design with recent subjects including Frank Gehry,
Robert Wilson, Gaetano Pesce, Tom Sachs, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Los Carpinteros.
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