INTERNET AUCTION 55 – GOLD COINS

On Friday, February 16, we are launching online auction 55.
The auction includes only simple gold coins (and one platinum item) with no major collectible value and is a new concept for us.
The seller sells completely free of charge (or for a 5% commission, guaranteeing that the coins are sold for at least the spot price of the metal on that day).
The buyer pays only 10% buyer’s commission (VAT included).
The auction ends on Sunday, February 25.

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NEW CONDITIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE SALE OF CERTAIN GOLD COINS

We see an ever-increasing interest in gold coins. Simpler gold coins in terms of quality or occurrence, with limited collector’s value beyond the metal value itself, have usually not been profitable to sell at auction, due to the fees involved. To promote auction consignments with this type of material, we are now introducing a significant change in conditions on a trial basis, offering a competitive alternative in the market.

With these special online auctions, we will offer sellers completely new conditions:

  • 0% seller’s commission.

  • For a voluntary fee of only 5%, we guarantee an item’s hammered price to match the spot price of gold on the day of the auction.

  • The buyer’s commission on these auctions is only 10%.


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