Buying

General Information for Buyers

Buying at the Auction
You participate at the auction as bidder, either personally in the auction room or in writing by sending your purchase orders. You can send written order bids directly from our web catalogue or download a bidding form which you can send to us by fax. From a limit of 2,000 € and after registration, bidding by phone is possible.

Submitting Absentee  Bids in our Web Catalogue – how does this work? A simple navigation helps you to create a list of bookmarks and/or a bid sheet. Please make sure to submit your bids in time.

Bookmarks () . Without login you can add lots to your list of bookmarks. In this list you can review the lots, edit your bids and add them to your bid sheet. If you register (under “Login”) your bookmarks will be saved automatically for your use on any device.

Bid Sheet () . Without login you can add lots to your bid sheet directly from the catalogue.

Login (). For more comfortable use you can register. A simple account will be created and you receive a mail to activate your login account.  If you are logged in you can administrate your bookmarks and prepare your bids for submission.

Submitting Bids. To send your bids out of the bid sheet you have to be logged in. A simple registration is required with your postal address and instructions for shipment and insurance. Receipt of bids will be confirmed by mail. Please retain the receipt. After the auction you will receive automatically information about succesful bids. Your bidding history  can also be consulted under “My submitted bids”.

My submitted bids. Here you can view your bids already submitted in the current auction. You find this under “auctions”

Direct Purchase
We have extensive contacts to sellers of valuable selected single items. If you are looking for a book or a graphics image from our special areas, please feel free to contact us. Visitors are welcome but as we do not have a shop, kindly arrange with us for an appointment.

Reliability
If you buy from us, you will have the certainty to acquire a piece of work which has been carefully tested and described. If by chance something should be wrong after all, we will always try our best to find a solution which is satisfying for everybody.