Services & Fees
Our main service is firearms appraisals. We appraise guns, swords, knives, military memorabilia, etc. We also offer additional services such as assisting with marketing or protecting your item(s).
Types of Firearms Appraisals
What you have and where you are located both play into how it’ll proceed. After you reach out to us, we’ll provide a plan on how it’ll work.
Some appraisals can be done entirely from photos. We’ll give you clear instructions on the variety of pictures we’ll need. If we can appraise bases on photos only, you’ll save on travel costs
We’ll Go to You
If we need to do a hands-on inspection and you are located in Northern California, we can travel to you. Be aware that this does add travel costs to the appraisal process.
Bring It to Us
If we need to do a hands-on inspection and you can travel to the Sacramento area, you can save on the cost by bringing the item(s) to us. In some cases clients have shipped an item to us.
Start by contacting us
There’s no charge for the initial assessment
Not in or near Northern California?
We encourage you to contact us. It is still possible to get an appraisal. We’ve worked with owners all over the United States and beyond.
More than just appraisals
Should you decide to market your item, we can explain your options. We’ll give you the pros and cons of the different avenues.
One of the most stressful parts of marketing an item is negotiating. We can optionally represent your interests, ensuring you get the best price.
Advice for Protecting
Should you decide to keep what what you have we can advise on protecting and insuring your item(s).
We can provide expert witness testimony in legal cases when needed. We’ve participated in legal trials where value needs to be deterimined.
Documentation & Administration
Contact us for rates on specialty services such as expert legal testimony and negotiating on your behalf.
* If upon our initial assessment we believe your item is worth less than $100 we will let you know and there is not charge.
There’s just one question
What’s in your attic?