About This Location
Doyle's team of representatives based in the DC Metro area regularly meet with collectors, fiduciaries, heirs and curators throughout the Mid-Atlantic region to discuss the appraisal of property and its subsequent sale in our New York salerooms to our international client base.
Supported by the specialists and auction professionals based in Doyle's New York offices, our regional representatives facilitate the entire appraisal and auction process, making it convenient for you or your client to achieve maximum results at auction in the global market. This personalized, professional service, combined with effective international marketing, results in setting world auction records in a variety of collecting categories.
Doyle has maintained a strong presence in the greater Washington, DC area for over 25 years. During this time, Doyle has been privileged to auction prominent estates and collections from our nation’s capital. Among them were the collections of longtime Kennedy Center chairman Roger Stevens and his wife, conservationist Christine Stevens; Smithsonian Secretary S. Dillon Ripley; former Ambassador to Russia Nicholas Ruwe; arts philanthropist Polly Fritchey; journalist Howard K. Smith; society hostess Dorothy 'Doda' deWolf; jewelry from the collection of Alice Appleton Hay, daughter-in-law of Secretary of State John Hay; and property from the personal collections of C.W. and Marjorie Merriweather Post housed at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens.
We invite you to call for information on Doyle’s comprehensive range of appraisal and auction services. We are always available to discuss the sale of a single item or an entire collection.