Allan Baitcher

Appraiser and Auctioneer in Atlanta, Georgia

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Allan Baitcher lives in Atlanta GA and has been in the antique business since 1974. Over the course of his career Baitcher has had a lot of achievements which include working with many celebrities, setting a world record, appraising items for the white house, and even a few TV appearances.

Allan Baitcher auctioned the most Items in 30 Minutes earning him a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. The event was held at Gallery 63 and Baitcher sold one item every 7 seconds for 30 minutes straight! Watch the video here.

Baitcher also sold the rarest and most expensive movie poster ever: An original Wizard of Oz poster. It sold an astounding $59,000.

For over 14 years, Allan Baitcher has hlep raise hundreds of thousands of dollars by conducting live auctions for the Georgia Transplant Foundation, the primary source for transplant patient assistance and support in Georgia.

The Atlanta Jewish Film festival boasts more that 30,000 in attendance every year and is the second largest Jewish film festival in the U.S. Allan Baitcher has been hired as the auctioneer for the event conducted at the the Fox Theatre.

Allan Baitcher was hired as the auctioneer for The Mennello Museum of art 's live auction held in Orlando, Florida. Every year, the museum hosts "An Evening with Fabulous Friends," an elegant event where attendees contribute to the museum. The event pays tribute to an outstanding community leader, who is honored with the Visionary Award.

The live auction held at the historic Roswell Mill for the Blessed Trinity Catholic High School is an annual event that Allan Baitcher has been hired for as well.

Allan has hosted the Share Our Strength live auction for over 10 years helping raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for world hunger and poverty.

Allan has even auctioned off one of John Lennon's guitars and was quoted in's article on GA's most expensive house.

  • Work
    • Red Baron's Antiques
  • Education
    • University of Georgia