Our auctioneer

With more than 35 years of experience in auctioneering, Kim Heuberger provides quality auction services to our clients. Kim started out as a clerk and apprentice auctioneer in 1980 after graduating from Knott's School of Auctioneering. He passed both the Ohio oral and written auctioneer's exams and was fully licensed and bonded by the State of Ohio as an auctioneer in July of 1982.

Very personable auctioneer loves working with people and has a sincere interest in historical items, archeological items, architectural items, early ephemera,  early philatelic items, vintage toys, and miscellaneous eclectic items. 


Antique street lamps, cast iron columns, iron sign brackets, large iron door hinges & barn door trolleys, cast iron barber poles, vintage advertising signs,  cast iron sign bases, iron window bars, lightening rods & balls, weathervanes, any early architectural material.  


Kim Heuberger founded The Shelby Artifact Society over 20 years ago. The group has met monthly ever since. Consisting of nationally known relic collectors to novice field hunters working together with great comradery to further the growth and advancements of the hobby of collecting relics and fossils.


Kim worked with the Shelby Museum of History as Secretary/Treasurer for over 20 years, as well as owner operator of The Shelby Bicycle & Bubble Gum Museum for over 10 years. First hand experience with the trials and tribulations of maintaining and operating a museum. Knows how important being discreet is in relation to de-accession.


Having dealt with stamps and related philately for over 40 years our primary areas of interest are 19th century covers including advertising, Civil War letters, early stampless covers with content, 19th century stamps, and early airmail stamps and covers.  


Early paper ephemera, such as cabinet card photographs, tin types, early photos, military, political, stocks, letterheads, advertising, movie posters, deeds, scrap books, licenses, early real photo post cards, early documents, almost anything in early ephemera related we have an interest in it.