Krueger & Krueger LLC, is here to help its clients realize maximum prices at auction. We provide expert personal property evaluations and our personalized services are designed to meet our client's specific needs.

We offer:
  • Initial Appraisals:
    We offer our clients a preliminary walkthrough appraisal in our office or on site. We are here to help you evaluate items you wish to sell or consign.
  • Ala Carte Services:
    We photograph, research, catalog, and provide estimates for your items when they are consigned with us for an auction. We also offer an eBay posting service for a minimum fee of $6 or 18%, whichever is larger.
  • Need to buy items to add to your collection?
    We can assist you in finding the perfect item based on your interest.
We are proud to offer first-rate service to all buyers, sellers and collectors.

Our Staff
Kurt R. Krueger became fascinated with coins as a youngster growing up on Allman Street in Medford, Wisconsin. The wheels started to turn on a Saturday morning in the summer of 1956 when he noticed that old cents his parents kept in a dish for stamps all dated 1919 were different. One had a D under the date; another had an S and the other was blank! He wondered why they were the same, but different and, the rest is history! His exploits as a collector, a dealer, a numismatic advocate, and an auction cataloger are widely recognized. He has conducted auctions in such diverse venues as Manhattan; Anaheim; Houston; and Gaylord, MN, where he offered and sold, among other things, an original roll of 1875-CC $20 gold pieces. In 1980, he conducted the largest ever offering of California Fractional Gold coins up until that time in Waukesha, WI. In 1982, he conducted the widely acclaimed ANA Mid-Year Auction at Colorado Springs. In 1983, he answered the call of Robert L. Hendershott to Help the FUN Convention in Orlando by coming up with a great Auction in record time. The events which followed prompted Indiana dealer, Jim Fairfield, to tag Krueger as "a sleeping giant" and Numismatic News to credit Krueger with changing the mood of the entire market in a positive manner. 1984 brought the annual ANA Convention auction at Detroit which hammered out in excess of $3,000,000. 1982 saw the arrival of the mammoth Krueger ACE, APE and All-Celluloid auctions taking those markets to a much more sophisticated level. He sold the first Civil War Token to break $3,000; bought the first HTT over $10,000 and became very active in the Exonumia field. Krueger catalogs are still highly valued for their wealth of information many of which exceed 5,000, 6,000 and even 7,000 lots and was the first to break the 500K barrier with an all Exonumia offering. Krueger has remained active in the field gaining the vast knowledge one would expect by passing the elusive 5,000 mark in 2005 as the number of auctions in which his contributions as advisor, buyer, cataloger, consignor, or organizer was included. Krueger is equally at home in the electronic age with more than 18,000 positive feedbacks on e-Bay for his various endeavors in that arena. Important events in the past few years include the Chet Krause Wisconsin Civil war Token Collection Auction at Madison and the massive Crown Point Automobile Auction in concert with Wausau Sales Corp. in Hazelhurst, WI, in the summer of 2010, which hosted more than 5,000 collectors in two days. Recent milestones are world record prices achieved for rare hunting buttons in the Elmer Oehlke auction, the sale of the Oehlke family 1893 Triple Strike Indian Cent and the discovery ddo Lincoln Cent.

Justin Moen is a collector of 1:18-scale die-cast cars, 1:16-scale die-cast farm tractors, Hot Wheels, and coins. He has edited more than 30 antiques and collectibles titles for Krause Publications in Iola, Wis. He has been interviewed by ESPN The Magazine and has been a guest on nationally syndicated radio programs like Whatcha Got? with Harry Rinker and Keep Antiquing with Frank Farmer Loomis. He is currently an on-air radio announcer for WDUX Radio in Waupaca, Wis.

Kim Frankenhoff is a writer and editor who has worked in the collectibles field for 17 years. She began her career in the coins division of Krause Publications, where her articles earned "Best New Writer" and "Best Column" awards from the Numismatic Literary Guild. After several years with Krause's stamps division, she began curating a private comic book collection. In her free time, she enjoys reading, crafting, and organizing. She is excited to put her editorial and practical skills to use at Krueger & Krueger.