Rare & Collectible Art
Saturday February 23, 2019 10:00 am PST
Please join us for our February Rare & Collectible Art Auction and bid on many important original paintings, etchings and bronzes by notable listed artists such as Alexander Liberman, Yaccov Agam, Sheldon Schoneberg, Louis Pastour, Albert Wein and Henry Crossland. Our February Fine Art Auction brings the discriminating buyer a broad selection of modernists acrylic and oil paintings and numerous original works by Old World masters of light and realism. Our February Fine Art auction features some fantastic antique, contemporary & modern works of art in reach for the casual and serious art collector alike.
Online Live Auction Starts:
Saturday February 23, 2019, 10:00 am PST
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Featured Auction Lots
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Inherited Coin Collections - How to Handle
When a coin collection is part of an estate transfer the question of value and disposition of the collection are frequent concerns. Often times, a coin collection is not well documented and the knowledge of the coins and their values is lost when it's owner passes it on. Estate fiduciaries and trustees are faced with ascertaining the collections value and what to do with it. The main question regarding an inherited...Read more...
How to Sell
Once you have decided to sell an item or your entire collection, GoodLife can provide you with a complete overview of the auction sale process. Please contact one of our auction managers to discuss a consignment of your items for sale at auction.
If you would like to learn the potential market value of your items, you may contact our appraisals staff using our online contact form. We can provide a free market valuation for rare coins, jewelry, fine art and antiques.
We can also provide you or an estate trustee with a formal, written appraisal suitable for tax purposes for a fee. Call us at +1 866 294 0150 and ask to speak to the appraisal staff.Learn more...
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When registering, you will be asked to provide your full contact details, along with a payment guarantee and proof of address. For certain transactions, you may be asked for a financial reference and/or a deposit as a condition of allowing you to bid.Learn more...