I will start with something I find myself repeating more and more these days - a domain name is as valuable as you can make it. No appraisal site can just look at your domain and calculate its value, even if it uses a 100-factor-formula. If you can market it correctly you can get whatever price you want for it.
One thing I think you are not considering is the thing you believe is its biggest asset - being a short personal name domain. First of all we are talking of a name that is not international, so it will attract only a certain audience (i.e. countries where this name exists). Second of all, when we are talking about personal name domains, you have to consider that most of the cases the person is using the domain for a personal website project and it does not hold any commercial value (person is not making money off of it). Because of that, the financial benefit for the end user is non-existent and they are more inclined in finding alternatives (ex. firstnamelastname.com firstnameinitiallastname.com etc.).
Which brings us to the biggest problem in your scenario - you are looking for a quick sale. Getting a good price of a personal name domain would require much more effort from your side, looking for prospects (maybe important people with that name in your country), giving them a showcase of the benefits they can get...basically backing up your chosen sell price.
Of course this is general advise, don't quote me if you manage to sell the name for $3000 by tomorrow