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About RA

Jared Green is an accomplished collector and business strategist with a wealth of experience in the auction industry. He most recently served as the Senior Vice President of Live Auctioneers, a company that was acquired by ATG. Prior to that, he spent nearly a decade as the VP of Strategy at Heritage Auctions, where he oversaw the growth of six of the company's collectibles and fine art divisions.

During his time at Heritage, Jared also established the successful Corporate Art Division, which facilitated the sale of seven and eight-figure works of art to top collectors and Fortune 500 companies. He was also the Executive Director of The Illustrated Gallery, a prestigious collection of American Art valued at over $60 million.

Jared's impressive track record includes negotiating the sale of historical archives for organizations such as the American Red Cross, Playboy, DC Comics, Time-Warner/AOL, 7-Eleven, and Pepsico-Frito Lay Art Holdings. He is a seasoned sales strategist and business development professional who has served as a mentor at TechStars' Anheuser Busch InBev Incubator in Manhattan and has worked as a business strategy analyst for Cap Gemini and Ernst & Young.

Jared maintains an extensive network of collectors, auction professionals, and dealers, and he continues to be an avid collector of contemporary and illustration art. He graduated with honors from Duke University and holds an MBA in Strategy & Entrepreneurship from Emory University. He currently resides in New Jersey but is originally from North Carolina.



"Jared is a talented, respected art professional who is equal parts connoisseur and shrewd business manager." 

 - Aaron Baker

(Curator, Playboy Art Collection)

"...highest level of professional"

- Reyne Hirsch

(Antiques Roadshow Luxury goods expert/advisor)

"...personable and highly principled and was a pleasure to work with"

- Marilyn Drucker


"His knowledge and integrity in helping us work through the process was excellent. The outcome of the partnership greatly exceeded my expectations."

- Darryl Doss

(Pepsico/Frito-Lay Collection)


Historic Deals

A major, sophisticated collector of comic book art has paid $200,000 for the original cover art of a 1952 horror/science fiction comic in a transaction brokered by Heritage Auction Galleries, the Dallas-based firm announced. Wally Wood's cover art for Weird Science #16 (EC Comics, 1952) had been the property of another private collector.

"This the highest price we're aware of for a single comic art page," said Jared Green, Vice-President of Business Development for Heritage, who negotiated the terms of the sale on the owner's behalf.

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