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Historia Auctionata

The Berlin auction house Historia benefits from the network of the bankrupt online auction house Auctionata by taking over the web and naming rights and offers the consignors to market their objects. Auctionata was a start-up specializing in the online trading of art and luxury items. Five years after the company was founded, Auctionata went bankrupt in March. The insolvency administrator, attorney Christian Graf Brockdorff, now gave Historia the web and name rights and renames Historia at the same time as an alternative auction house for the auction of the commission commodity. All consignees who have still stored art and luxury items at Auctionata will receive an e-mail and a letter from the insolvency administrator with the offer to transfer the items to Historia in the next few days. Consumers who are reluctant to repatriate the items and want to auction their items will be offered an optimal marketing concept: The items will be picked up at Auctionata, professionally and insured stored, processed for auction and auctioned off in a timely manner at short intervals via a grown customer network. Throughout its history, Historia has developed a large clientele. On the one hand through its successful auctions and the satisfaction of its customers, on the other hand through the acquisition of established auction houses. The auction house Historia, with a tribe of over one million national and international clients, several international online livestreams and the sending of a classic print auction catalog, offers the best conditions for the best possible marketing of the objects.
 
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Manteuffelstr 27
Tempelhof
Berlin, D-12103
Germany
+49 30 218 18 18
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