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 Paul Royka at the New England Museum Association Conference. Later he sponsored two dinners at the Concord Art Museum and the National Heritage Museum in Lexington, MA


 Paul Royka sponsors dinner reception for The Daguerreian Society


Paul helps the late photography collector Jack Naylor appraise his massive collection of photography.  Paul sells pieces to legendary musicians Graham Nash and Queen's Brian May.


Paul sets a new record auctioning 750 paintings from artist estate in one day / non-stop!
Bidders participate live, on the phone and over the Internet.  Paul has set many record prices at his sales.


Paul appraises and sells
John Singleton Copley
(1738-1815) portrait
to museum

Updated February 10th, 2014
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Paul is also accepting consignments for upcoming auctions.  His sales reach a worldwide audience of bidders and set record prices for his clients.

 
 
Many appraisers claim to have "years" of experience and cite their "memberships" in appraisal associations as qualifications, but Paul Royka is more
than the average appraiser.  Beyond attaining a Masters Degree, having 30 years experience in art and antiques, authoring several books, hosting hundreds of appraisal lectures and events and appearing on popular TV appraisal programs, Paul has set records at his auctions and handled some of the finest items and collections to come to market.  For instance the above group of 19th century posters found in an attic in New York were sold for over $250,000 at his auction.  The lamp was found in Vermont and the owner didn't know the shade was Tiffany, he sold it for her for $10,000!  The painting was torn and sitting in a crate left in the family by their father.  Paul had it restored and it sold for over $270,000!  The vase was submitted online and Paul told the client about the history of Marblehead Pottery and got his client over $12,000 for it!  Beyond that he has worked on major artist estates including authoring several artist catalogues and presented thousands of works for sale.  Paul is always on the hunt for new treasures so why not contact him?
Paul is currently accepting consignments for upcoming auctions.  One items or entire estate/collection.  His sales reach a worldwide audience of bidders and set record prices for his clients.

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This Steiff teddy bear was in a closet in the estate of a person with Alzheimer.  Paul got the estate over $10,000 for the bear which was later used for charity!

A women brings this painting in for an appraisal after a dealer offered her $4,000.
  Paul sold it for his client
getting them $241,500!

Found in an attic by a person helping an elderly client downsize they contacted Paul who graded the gold coin and sold it for $17,000!

About the Online Show:
No, the show on AppraisalDay.com
is no pawn shop supposedly telling you the value of your items, some elite auction house or dealer trying to buy your items for half the price. AppraisalDay.com is one man (Paul Royka) based in New England with a lot of experience.  (Author of several antique books, previous appraiser PBS series Antiques Roadshow, record setting auctioneer, host of hundreds of appraisal events).  Paul tells people the true value and history of their items and by doing so changes their lives forever.  His wife calls him the human lottery ticket because of all the treasures he has found for his customers.  Join Paul along with his friends and family as he values fine art, antiques & collectibles for people across the country at appraisal events, museums, libraries and house calls raising money for charities, organizations and good causes and helping people along the way with his pay it forward philosophy.

AppraisalDay.com founded in 1999 is the oldest valuation site on the Internet.
The Appraisal Day Network of Service Providers provides free
referrals for people needing local services from appraisers, auctioneers,
trust attorneys, senior transition managers, insurance providers and restoration services.

Consignments wanted for upcoming auctions. 
One item to entire estates!  For more information
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Recently submitted
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Emile Munier (1840-1895) painting
$100,000-$150,000


Paul finds two iconic folk art portraits at an appraisal day for a church fundraiser.  They were almost thrown in the dumpster by the family that brought them in.  He told them "thank God you saved them!"
They were value at over $30,000!



Paul finds a Louis Vuitton trunk hidden in the alcove of an attic of a former Governor of Massachusetts's family residence worth over
$5,000!  They had no idea it was there!


Paul Royka's art exhibition raises thousands of dollars for the Marblehead Arts Association


Paul Royka auctions rare Pomo basket found
in an estate for over $17,000!


Paul Royka knows what time it is.  It's time to get big money for his clients.  He auctions the E. Howard wall clock for $10,000 and the Boston grandfather clock for over $70,000!

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