Harmer Johnson is retiring on November 1, 2017. He will not be accepting any new appraisal work after October 15, 2017.

Harmer JohnsonHarmer Johnson is one of the foremost appraisers of ancient Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, African, Oceanic, Native American, Pre-Columbian, and Olympic Games medallic art. A passionate collector of both ancient sporting objects and those from the first forty years of the Modern Games (1896-1936), he is an avid Olympic attendee who understands the collector's mind and heart.

Based in New York City, Harmer offers appraisal services to collectors, museums, galleries and lawyers throughout the United States, the Americas, and the world. He also conducts professional and benefit auctions. Born in Britain and trained at Sotheby's London, Harmer became a department head and auctioneer when moving to the company's New York gallery in 1966. Since leaving in 1973, he has built his own appraisal and auction business notable for its international reputation and personal attention to the needs of individual clients and institutions. Harmer writes and lectures in the fields in which he appraises.

Appraisals for:
Edward G. Robinson
Estate of Nelson A. Rockefeller
Estate of Douglas Newton
Hearst Castle, San Simeon