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Please consign now at Auctionata

Presented by   ARTINFO
Dear ladies and gentlemen, friends of art, and lovers of beautiful things,

Auctionata is celebrating both its third birthday and its ascent to market leader in Germany. This year we achieved the country’s highest auction sales and broke the world record for the most expensive work of art ever to be sold online with an Imperial Immortal Mountain Clock of the Guangzhou Workshop, Qianlong, which sold for €3,370,000.

As part of this celebration, we are offering special anniversary conditions for all consignments submitted until September 30, 2015. I look forward to seeing your valuable works of art and successfully selling them at auction.



Alexander Zacke
Founder and CEO
Auctionata AG

Tel: +49 (0)30 9832 0222
Please include the word 'anniversary' in the description field of your valuation request to take advantage of our special anniversary offer.

Imperial Immortal Mountain Clock, Guangzhou
Workshop, Qianlong
Sold for €3,370,000
Starting price €300,000
Patek Philippe Tourbillon Perpetual Calendar,
Ref.5016P, C.2004
Sold for €445,680
Starting price €300,000
Fernando Botero, Naturaleza muerta,
Painting, 1964
Sold for €320,000
Starting price €60,000
Jusepe de Ribera,
St. Augustine
of Hippo, c. 1636
Sold for €246,000
Starting price €100,000
Porsche 911 Carrera
4 Turbo Look, Anniversary Edition, 1993
Sold for €185,700
Starting price €100,000
Yayoi Kusama,
Acrylic on Canvas,
´Nets 70´, 1997
Sold for €80,000
Starting price €58,000
Auctionata is the international online destination for art, antiques, and luxury collectibles. With over 200 live stream auctions in 20 categories annually, Auctionata thrills more than 140,000 customers from 114 countries. Explore our auction calendar and discover precious items you did not even dare to seek.
Auctionata AG
Franklinstr. 13 | 10587 Berlin, Germany
Tel: +49 30 98 32 0222

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