James Supp is an antiques and fine art appraiser based in the Pacific Northwest frequently seen on the popular PBS television series Antiques Roadshow. His company, Coronado Trading Co. provides a broad array of appraisal, estate, and brokerage services to discerning clients. We specialize in assisting clients faced with the responsibility of appraising, dividing, or dispersing an estate. We also provide expert, quality appraisals for every purpose including estate planning and tax, insurance, fair market value, gift tax, charitable contributions, damage/complete loss, family division, and property distribution.
As a confidential private broker, we use our national and international network of resources to find you the bestselling venues. Whether you are buying or selling antiques, fine art, jewelry, or other valuable collectibles we offer a service for you. We can directly assist in everything from a large artist’s or lifelong estate collection to the brokerage of a single high-value item or a range of services to document, maintain, and manage your collection. James Supp is always in demand for appearances offering lectures and presentations on antiques, conservation, collecting, and restoration. James is a welcomed guest for appraisal days and charity auctions for non-profit organizations seeking a recognizable personality to enhance fundraising and member participation.
Travis Landry is the Director of Pop Culture and auctioneer for Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers specializing in toys, comics, and urban and commercial art. Outside of everything new, Travis has an unquenchable passion for everything antique working as a specialist in American and European decorative and fine arts. When not rummaging through Bruneau & Co., Travis can be seen as an appraiser on PBS’ Antiques Roadshow in the collectibles and toys and games department.
Travis is frequently a fan favorite guest and panelist at comic conventions across the country has been a reoccurring cast member on Travel Channel’s Toy Hunter. Travis recently aided author Mark Bellomo in writing The Ultimate Guide to Vintage Transformers Action Figures, supplying all values for factory-sealed figures.
Kevin Bruneau is an antique aficionado having professionally been involved with antiques since 1992. Being a staple character in the east coast antique circuit, Kevin originally owned and operated two antique stores from 1992 to 2002. He then elevated his business practice having co-owned and managed a regional auction house between 2002 and 2008. During this period of time, he had also co-owned and managed an upscale consignment shop from 2005 to 2007. After the sale of the auction house in December of 2008, Kevin returned to his 1998 roots of selling on eBay becoming the antique powerhouse known as “bkcranston”. He successfully orchestrated weekly online sales only offering the finest selection of antiques and Asian arts. In 2011, Kevin began his cross-country antiquing tour having been a co-star of the hit PBS series Market Warriors.
Present day, Kevin continues to travel countless miles every week across the map pursuing antiques for his ever-changing inventory continually amassing a stellar network of dealers, appraisers, and auctioneers to better serve his clientele. Kevin’s vast experience is what makes Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers Rhode Island’s premier auction gallery.