Experienced. Robison-Finch, formerly Sally MacAdoo and Len Finch, originated in Memphis in 1977. In 2004, Ken Robison acquired the business as principal after working with Len Finch for several years and has been a dealer in antiques for more than two decades.

Qualified. Robison-Finch, fully bonded and insured, conforms to all professional and ethical standards of the Uniform Standards or Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), as well as standards of the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Mr. Robison is also a former accredited member of the International Society of Appraisers (ISA) for 10 years, as authorized by the Appraisal Foundation and U.S. Congress as the source of Appraisal Standards and Qualifications. Mr. Robison is also a member of The Brooks Museum and Decorative Arts Trust in Memphis.

Full Service. Robison-Finch offers full service estate liquidations and appraisals. The company focuses on high-end estates with period antique furniture, fine and decorative arts, currency, coins, firearms, gems and jewelry. Robison-Finch draws a significant and loyal following to its sales, including established antique and art collectors, dealers and decorators from the across the country.

Sale Featured in Commercial Appeal
See the write up about the Shelby Foote sale in the Commercial Appeal.  See the follow-up article as well.  There was also an article on the Ask Vance Blog.  Article about Charlie Rich Sale.