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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Consignment & Auction Sales

GoodLife Auctions provides a superior sale experience to our clients who wish to sell their valuable art, antiques and collections. Our experience providing accurate value opinions on fine art & antiques spans over 40 years.

GoodLife provides live auctions and online auction services with some of the world's most sought-after collectibles, from fine art bronzes & paintings to modern design furniture, coins and estate jewelry.

If you are a collector, estate trustee or fiduciary CLICK HERE to learn more about selling your items with GoodLife.

Our auction staff will walk you through the complete process for consigning your works to what will happen on auction day. We really love what we do and work with a thoroughness and high level of client services as you are always our number one customer.

Between authenticating and providing clients with auction estimates, packing, wrapping and shipping out sold auction lots, we are your best and most trusted auction house.

Contact GoodLife Auctions today at +1 866 294 0150 to discuss items or collections that you wish to sell and to learn more about our estate auction services.

Auction Categories
We are interested in building catalogs of successful sale items. We will accept auction consignments from the following categories:
  • Fine Art Paintings & Sculpture
  • Modern Art & Design
  • Fine Estate Jewelry
  • Rare Coins & Stamps
  • Fine European Antiques
  • Chinese Antiques & Pottery
  • Vintage Decorative Arts
  • Sterling Silver and Gold
  • Fine Jewelry
  • Costume Jewelry
  • Coins & Banknotes
  • Stamps
  • Furniture & Furnishings
  • 20th Century Design
  • Antique Furniture
  • Lighting
  • Watches & Clocks
  • Classic Cars & Automobilia
  • Watercraft & Aircraft
  • All Vehicles & RVs
  • Wine & Fine Spirits
  • Firearms & Weapons
  • Uniforms, Armor & Militaria
  • Hunting & Fishing items
  • Memorabilia
  • Vintage Fashion
  • Pop & Film Memorabilia
  • Sports Memorabilia
  • Collectable Books
  • Comic Books & Art
  • Musical Instruments
  • Postcards
  • Scientific Instruments
  • Toys & Dolls
  • Carpets & Tapestries
  • Other Textiles
  • Paintings & Drawings
  • Contemporary Art
  • Photography
  • Serigraphs & Prints
  • Ceramics & Porcelain
  • Bronze Sculpture
  • Art Glass
  • Greek & Roman Antiquities
  • Other Antiquities
  • Middle East & African Art
  • Native American Art
  • Chinese & Japanese Art
How Do I Safely Send Coins for Auction

The following is our best advice for how to pack and ship your coins to GoodLife Auctions.

Answer: Registered Mail

U.S. Postal Service Registered Mail is one of the most secure methods of shipping your coins. A Registered mail package has a "chain of custody" that means every postal employee that handles, or even touches the package is liable for it's safe delivery. With this service you can purchase up to $25,000 worth of insurance. As with any form of shipping there are a few guidelines we recommend you follow.

The following is a step-by-step guide to sending coins to us by Registered Mail.

  • Securely pack your coins inside a corrugated cardboard box. Make sure your coins cannot move around. Remember that the package can encounter very rough treatment during shipping. The more packaging material between the coins and box the better.
  • Place this box inside of another corrugated cardboard box. Use plenty of packaging material (bubble wrap, packing peanuts). You want the box to be completely surrounded by the packing material you use and not move around.
  • Per U.S. Postal Service you must cover every seam on the box with a tamper proof craft paper tape. You can find this type of tape at an office supply store. It is designed to be moistened before it is applied. Note: You cannot use regular plastic tape.
  • Address the package with a regular mailing label including return address. The postal clerk will issue Registered Mail labels and apply them to your box. Nothing on your labels should indicate the value of the contents. Do not use words such as "gold", "silver", "rare coins", or " numismatics".
  • Take your package to the post office and complete the forms for registered mail. Purchase enough insurance to cover the value of your shipment. You can insure a shipment worth up to $25,000. If your package is worth more than that you must send multiple packages.
  • The postal clerk will use an indiceia stamp on every taped seam of the box and will give you a receipt for the package. This receipt should have a round stamp which details when the package was accepted and which station accepted it. If something happens to the package this information is VERY important.
  • As soon as practical, send GoodLife Actions an email to inform us that your have sent a package. Please provide the package's tracking number.