Kelly Kinzle grew up helping his parents Dorothy and Donn in their antique and auction business in Duncansville, Pennsylvania. As a young man, he founded his own business and moved to New Oxford, Pennsylvania with his wife Paralee Winstel in 1990. Their business is located in the old bank building on the historic town square. Although Kelly is known for his inventory of tall case clocks, fire arms, Pennsylvania decorative arts and fire fighting memorabilia, he is interested in those objects that are outstanding in any genre and period. His reputation for handling the rare and unusual has made him a favorite with collectors and scholars alike. He has also worked closely with important institutions including the Smithsonian, Colonial Williamsburg and the Philadelphia Museum of Art to add significant objects to their collections.
We are always happy to help new collectors with advice and acquisitions to help them form their collections. Similarly, we are glad to help those prioritizing or downsizing. We have helped numerous clients build collections in an array of categories over the years and take pride in finding outstanding pieces for our clients to consider. Please contact us with any specific needs or objects in which you have an interest.
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