How do I sell at Lauritz.com online auctions


Uploaded by LauritzcomTV on 18.08.2010

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Hello,
I'm Mette Rode Sundstrøm, CEO at Lauritz.com.
I would like to explain how you get started selling in our online auctions.
It is easier than you think.
At Lauritz.com we accept all types of art, design and antiques.
You can sell paintings, furniture and porcelain,
silver, toys and designer electronics,
or what about jewellery and furs?
We have many auction houses around Denmark, Sweden and Germany.
You can find the addresses on our website.
If you can't bring your item to us yourself, then contact a transport company.
You can also call, so we can suggest a good transport company.
In Consignment you’ll find our specialists.
You’ll talk about your item and what hammer price you can expect.
As a new customer you are registered in our customer database.
If you are not sure whether your item can be sold at auction,
you can use our online valuation.
You send us an e-mail with a photo and we respond with an estimate.
You can also call and tell us about the item you would like to sell.
When you’ve decided to sell your item, this is what happens next:
The item is moved from Consignment to our Write-up Department,
The item is photographed and described factually by our specialists.
The lot is put on auction within approx. 3 days with detailed information and estimate.
While your item is on auction, it will also be on display in the auction house.
Here bidders can come and view your item.
All bidding however takes place online.
Our homepage has over 0.5 million visitors each week.
We have always thousands of lots on auction.
This diversity attracts visitors from over 200 countries.
So there are potential buyers all over the world for your item.
97% of all lots are sold right away.
An auction period typically runs for 7 days.
When your item is sold you receive a settlement.
The money will be put on your bank account within 30 days.
You only pay 10% in seller’s commission, however a minimum of EUR 35.
We have the lowest sellers’ commission in the auction business.
Now you only need to find out what you have to sell.
Maybe you have something in the attic or in the cellar.
We hope to see you soon as a seller on Lauritz.com.