Senior Vice President, Freeman's Trusts & Estates Department
Sam Freeman serves as a Senior Vice President of Freeman's Trusts & Estates department. A family run business since 1805, Freeman’s is America’s oldest auction house. Mr. Freeman specializes in estate planning and administration as they relate to personal or collectible property.
Mr. Freeman joined Freeman's in 2005 to further develop the Trusts & Estates department, becoming the seventh generation of the Freeman family to follow in the footsteps of Tristram B. Freeman, the company's founder. With over 30 years of professional experience with finance, insurance and technology, his primary experience in sales and customer service. Mr. Freeman brings a solid understanding of managing delicate relationships and customer relationship management to the Trusts & Estates department.
Mr. Freeman is serving his third term as a board member of the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council as well as being an active member of Estate Planning Councils around the mid-Atlantic region. In addition, he is involved with various charitable organizations and assists in their fund raising efforts at events throughout the year. He enjoys spending his free time at the New Jersey Shore and sailing on the Chesapeake Bay.
Freeman’s auction house services clients in the buying and selling of fine art, antiques, and jewelry. With international experience and comprehensive knowledge of market conditions, the specialists at Freeman’s, work closely with consignors and collectors to offer unparalleled service in the sale and purchase of fine art, antiques, jewelry, books and more. A combination of skillful marketing strategies and a team of leading authorities in the auction business make Freeman’s an ideal environment for handling unique items, collections, and estates for corporations, private collectors, and museums. The current Chairman of Freeman’s is Samuel M “Beau” Freeman II, the sixth generation of the Freeman family to run the auction house.