About Us

Kleinfelter's Auction has been a trusted Auction House doing business since 1927. Voted Best Auctioneer in Lebanon County for almost a decade with the highest sell through rate in the surrounding areas we have served the estate needs for properties big and small. Our goal is to help local clients and we plan to continue providing top notch service for years to come.

After four generations of ownership by the Kleinfelter family, David & Erin Horst purchased the business in November of 2018 with the initiative to take Kleinfelter’s to the next level of service and quality. The Horst’s are a dynamic husband and wife duo who have a passion for antiques with over 40 years of experience in the industry, solid business backgrounds and strong family values and they plan on keeping the “family style” business alive with the involvement of their four children.

Kleinfelter’s Auction is proud to have two female auctioneers, Liz Stamm & Cindy Fenton, who bring professionalism and years of experience to the business. Liz Stamm is Kleinfelter’s Auctioneer on record and she has ranked as the Female State Champion Caller for two years running!

We have a professional staff on hand ready and willing to help our buyers and consignors!


Come out and meet our team!

Click HERE to see the news article about David & Erin Horst the current owners written by The Table.

Contact

LOCATION

105 N. Chapel Street

Lebanon, PA 17046

CONTACT

admin@kleinfelters.com

PH: 717-272-7078

FX: 717-389-0031

HOURS

Monday: 8a-5p

    (closed from 12-1)

Tuesday: By Appointment

Wednesday: 1p-5p

Thursday: 12p-9p

Friday: 8a-5p

    (closed from 12-1)

AUCTION SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR SALES OF:  REAL ESTATE  |  ANTIQUES   |   FURNITURE
GOLD, SILVER JEWELRY   |  COINS  |   TOOLS  |  FIREARMS  | AUTOS  | FARM EQUIPMENT

Click HERE for more information on Consignment

PH: 717-272-7078  |  FX: 717-389-0031  |  admin@kleinfelters.com
105 N. Chapel Street  |  Lebanon, PA 17046
PA License #AY002382
Lebanon’s Trusted, Family-Owned Auction House Since 1927.
Lebanon County’s Highest Sell
Rate in the Industry.