Are you looking for auction results or trying to appraise an item? If so then this is the site for you! We are going to show you how to search for and find auction results as well as how to use auction results to determine what an item you may have could be worth. We are also pleased to offer for sale thousands of back issue copies of Sotheby’s Catalogs where you can see their auction results or auction estimates as well.
So whether you just found a vase similar to the one pictured in your garage or your uncle left you his Spider-Man collection from the 1960’s, we hope you find what you are looking for on our site.
Many people just like you have great items to sell but are hesitant to sell them because they don’t know what they are worth. It helps to do a bit of due diligence first, and this site will teach you how to do just that. By looking up auction results of the same item from a variety of sources (all of which we will share with you!), you will get a pretty good idea of what your item may be worth…and have a little fun in the process.
There are many great self-appraisal sites on the internet such as eBay, Sotheby’s, Christies, Heritage and more. Best of all, all of them are free to register and use! After seeing some results on their sites, you might even want to consign your item to one of them. We are going to guide you through the process on each site step by step and you will see just how easy it is. Whether your item is kind of common (an ounce of silver perhaps) or rare (Picassos last unknown work) this is the site for you!
One of the very first things I do when I am selling an item is to look what it sold for recently on eBay. Almost everything you can think of is being sold on eBay – and unless you have a one or very expensive item, you can most likely find recent results for your item quickly right there. You can find out how to do this on our eBay auction results page.