Nate D. Sanders – Reputation in the Auction World

The world of auctions is a small one. Nate D. Sanders was aware of this when he first launched his auction business in 1986. While his company has grown immensely over the years, Nate D. Sanders has managed to maintain a reputation of quality both in products and in service over the last thirty plus years. He offers services both in straight forward auctions as well as assistance to private collectors looking to acquire some of the most rare and expensive collectibles available. No matter the task, Nate D. Sanders will execute the work required with quality and care which is what has kept his reputation in the auction world so high after all these years of business.


Nate D. Sanders’ Reputation Generates Interest in All Sorts of Collectibles

For more than three decades now, Nate D. Sanders has been busy honing a reputation as one of his industry’s most respected memorabilia dealers. He is now considered one of the collectibles industry’s best experts, as well. He has been a collector for more than 40 years, and he was already widely known in collectors’ circles by the late 1970s. By the time he established Nate D. Sanders Auctions in Los Angeles in 1990, he already had a solid reputation as a straight dealer. Now, his auction House conducts monthly auctions that serve to draw bidders, collectors and investors from all over the world.

Nate D. Sanders Auctions was officially founded in Baltimore, Maryland as “Nate’s Autographs” in 1986. For the most part, the initial focus of Nate’s company was on affordable Hollywood signed photographs and other memorabilia, which were usually included in a mailed catalog, which went to a relatively few exclusive local clients. This modest beginning didn’t last long, however; the business has morphed into a different company over several decades. The company has done millions of dollars in business, meaning it has expanded greatly over the years.

Recently, when it came time to auction off the shotgun Hollywood icon Steve McQueen carried in “The Magnificent Seven” and iconic white t-shirt sported by Hollywood legend James Dean in “Rebel Without a Cause,” the owners of those items trusted Nate D. Sanders, based on his reputation as a specialist in Hollywood memorabilia. Likewise, when it came time to sell a watercolor and ink drawing of Winnie-the-Pooh and Piglet by the illustrator of the Winnie-the-Pooh books, E.H. Shepard, the owners trusted Nate D. Sanders Auctions to conduct the online auction.


Nate D. Sanders’ Strong Reputation is Acknowledged Globally

These days, Nate D. Sanders Auctions has a reputation as an excellent auction house. They sell a lot of Hollywood collectibles, but they also deal in many other types of memorabilia, as well. These can include autographed items of all kinds, rare books, fine art and other collectibles. Nate D. Sanders has been busy honing a reputation as one of his industry’s most respected memorabilia dealers and as one of the industry’s best experts, ever since he started as a collector in the late 1970s. By 1986, when he started his first memorabilia business, Nate’s Autographs, in Baltimore, Maryland, Nate was already widely known in collectors’ circles.

By the time he established Nate D. Sanders Auctions in Los Angeles in 1990, he already had a solid reputation as a straight dealer. Now, Nate D. Sanders Auctions conducts monthly auctions that serve to draw bidders, collectors and investors from all over the world. Nate sends out several auction catalogs every year to a worldwide clientele, and they regularly execute private sales for their best clients. That’s because they trust Nate D. Sanders’ reputation enough to help them acquire many of the rarest and most expensive collectibles in the world.

Recently, for example, Nate D. Sanders Auctions was trusted to hold an auction of rare Hollywood memorabilia, including extremely rare costumes and props, that fetched thousands of dollars. That is because Nate D. Sanders has a reputation as an industry leader when it comes to rare documents, autographs and other collectibles. He has now conducted auctions dealing with millions of dollars in memorabilia sales, which indicates Nate D. Sanders has a strong reputation based on his vast knowledge of sports, historical and Hollywood collectibles.