About Joe Fay
In 2000, Joe graduated summa cum laude from St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas, and thereafter worked for three years as a vintage bookseller before coming to Heritage Auctions. His experience, knowledge and dedication to the preservation and study of rare books has served him well since 2006 in his capacity as Manager of the Heritage Auctions Rare Books Department, where he focuses on 19th- and 20th-century literature.
About Heritage Auctions
Dallas, Texas-based Heritage Auctions boasts an employee roster populated by some of the most reputable names in the memorabilia business. Specializing in the diverse realms of rare books, coins, stamps, currency, art, comic books, sports, entertainment, jewelry collecting, and more, Heritage Auctions fosters a sense of confidence for consigners and bidders alike. Heritage Auctions spends more than $7 million annually on marketing and promotion of its catalog and has sold more than $700 million in collectibles at auction in the last 12 months alone.
Founded in 1976 by numismatists Steve Ivy and Jim Halperin, Heritage Auctions soon became a recognized name among collectors and auctioneers. Aficionados around the world rely on Steve Ivy, Jim Halperin, and numerous staff members of Heritage Auction Galleries for their extensive knowledge and expertise on the restoration, collection, and sale of rare coins and currency. President of Heritage Auctions, Greg Rohan has personally conducted more than $1 billion sales of coins, art, and other collectibles and maintains a strong presence with the American Numismatic Society. Greg Rohan is joined in the executive management of Heritage Auctions by seasoned Chief Operating Officer Paul Minshull and Executive Vice President Todd Imhof.