Bassetts’ Estate Sales is a family-ran business. We’re passionate about Estate Sales and helping people get through those difficult times of change.
Amy has grown up in the world of auctions, garage sales and collecting. She has had years to absorb knowledge and experience from her father, Tom Bassett. Amy has a bachelor's degree in Architectural Sciences with an emphasis in Interior Design. Amy has dabbled in Real Estate as well. She also has a store on Ebay “Royals Marketplace” selling antiques and collectibles. Her experience in design, real estate and her passion for antiques brings knowledge and expertise to Bassetts’ Estate SalesAmy Truell
Tom (AKA Amy's Father) has been buying, selling and appraising antiques, coins and collectible items for over 50 years. His credentials are lengthy – teaching antique/coin related classes through Southeast Community College, 21 years as a bi-monthly guest on KFOR radio’s program Problems and Solutions, President of both Lincoln and Nebraska Coin Collector’s Association. He was the lead appraiser for the largest antique collection in Nebraska history when in 1983 he appraised Pioneer Village in Minden. Tom is a 38 year member of the New England Appraisers Association and is a regular columnist for senior magazine 55Plus. A number of banks and law firms depend on Tom to appraise all types of home furnishings, collections and personal items for their clients.Tom Bassett
Reed has been an avid collector of “Mid-Century Modern” furnishings and collectibles for a number of years. His 10 year career as a railroad engineer was partly the result of being an avid model train and railroad memorabilia enthusiast since elementary school. Reed is now an employee of one of the largest antique malls in Nebraska. This is very ironic since as a child he couldn’t understand how his parents could spend several hours wandering through an antique mall!Reed Bassett