If you wish to dispose of individual pieces or a collection for space reasons, have received an inheritance you are unable to make use of or want to change your living area – then you’ve come to the right place.
The focus of our auction house is on paintings from the 15th – 20th century, but we are also looking for objects from the following areas:
- religious folk art
- porcelain and ceramics
- antique and modern jewellery
- art prints
- town or cityscape prints
- decorative prints
In just 3 steps, you can sell your items through our auction house!
Step 1 Contact us
Please contact us for an appointment.
78315 Radolfzell am Bodensee
+49 – (0) 7732 – 97 11 97
+49 – (0) 7732 – 97 11 99
Fax: +49 – (0) 7732 – 97 11 98
Or contact us using our contact form.
All items entrusted to us for an art auction should be with us in the auction house approximately 8 weeks before the next auction.
Step 2 Setting the reserve
Next, the items will be inspected and appraised by our experts at your home or here in the auction house. After the reserve price has been determined between the consignor and the auctioneer, a contract is agreed.
Step 3 Signing the auction order
By consigning your items to our auction, you are entering into an auction contract. This contains the conditions of the consignment. If you are unable to deliver your items to us yourself, we would be happy to assist you. We have been working together with several shipping companies for a number of years. Please contact our office. We would be happy to assist you in selecting and hiring a professional shipping company.
All works of art are insured by us from the moment of handover in our auction house or from collection from your home. The costs of insurance are included in the commission.
Billing for the consignor:
Billing and payment of the proceeds occurs after payment for all items, after about 4 weeks. The payment method is as previously contractually agreed, either in cash or by bank transfer.
If an item is not sold at auction, you do not incur any costs! (Excluding furniture)
You now have the option of collecting the unsold item or offering it for sale again in a future auction.
The consignor withdraws the order after the contract has been entered into:
If the client withdraws the order in whole or in part, he or she must pay 20% of the estimated value and 19% VAT on the agreed reserve price, as well as the costs incurred by the auctioneer.
VG Bild-Kunst royalties for the consignor:
Due to the legal regulations in respect of the collecting society, VG Bild-Kunst, works in the catalogue marked with a * (European copyright royalties to the artist or their successors up to 70 years after their death) are subject to a resale royalty for the purchaser. This is 2% for accepted bids from €400 to €50,000, 1.5% for accepted bids up to €200,000, 0.5% up to €350,000 and 0.25% for accepted bids up to €500,000.
The copyright royalty only relates to artists or their descendants who have registered their art with the VG Bild-Kunst.
All items are shown in our online catalogue, in our printed catalogue we limit ourselves to the highlights we have on offer.
Colour images in the online catalogue: €5,-
Colour images in the printed catalogue: €35,-