From Americana design to French classical sculpture, Rare Coins or Chinese Antiquities, Art Glass & Pottery and Sterling Silver we represent at auction the finest items for collectors and investors alike. We bring curated catalogs of exquisite Antiques and Rare Decorative Arts from the finest Estates for sale to buyers in an advanced online and live auction system. With a global online presence, GoodLife Auctions sells worldwide on, Invaluable and Live Auctioneers.

GoodLife Auctions provides appraisals and sales of Estate Fine Jewelry, Valuable Art & Antiques and Rare Coin Collections for estate trustees, fiduciaries and private collectors. Whatever your antique, art, coin or jewelry appraisal needs may be, contact GoodLife Appraisals at +1 866 294 0150 to speak with an appraiser for an accurate and affordable valuation. We are located in Newport Beach, serving Los Angeles, Palm Springs and all of Southern California.

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Auction Glossary
Glossary of Auction Terms
Absentee Bid or Pre-Bid: A bid placed before the start of an auction.
Clerk: Records the bid, paddle number and auction lot information.
Live Auction: Live auctions are simulcast events that allow people to bid for items online using out live bidding software, at the same time as bidders on the auction floor.
Lot: An item, or collection of items to be sold in a group at auction.
Max Bid: The maximum amount that you are willing to pay for the item; this is entered when placing an absentee bid.
Realized Price: The hammer price that an item was sold for.
Reserve: The minimum price that an auctioneer will sell their item for.
Ringman: Assists the auctioneer by looking for bidders and relaying those bids to the auctioneer.
Buyer’s Premium: Percentage additional charge on the hammer price of a lot sold at auction, which is collected by the auction house as their commission on the item.
Timed Auction: An auction in which the auction house designates a set end time for all items to close, at which point the auction is over and the highest bidder is the winner.
Verified/Unverified: A realized price may be listed as Unverified if the auction house has not verified the price result. If a realized price is listed as Verified, then the auction house has confirmed that it is the correct price result.
Watched Lot: A lot with online bidding on Invaluable that has been saved to your member account. Watched lots make it easier to refer to lots of interest within your account.