Selling at

At you can sell everything from furniture and art to electronics and design. Your items are sold at online auction, where our hundreds of thousands weekly visitors can see your lots and bid on them.

How does it work?

  1. Firstly your item is valued – so you have a good idea of what you can get for it. Our valuation specialists can be reached by phone, at our auction houses and online.
  2. Your item is consigned at an auction house. Here, it is described and professional photos are taken before it is put on auction.
  3. Our visitors bid on your item online – over 90 % of all lots sell first time round, and typically within 5 days.
  4. Your profit from the sale is paid directly to your bank account

 What does it cost?

At you only pay if your item is sold. If your item is not sold first time round it is put on auction again, up to four times. When it is sold you pay 15 % of the hammer price (sales price) – as well as a DKK/SEK/NOK 150, EUR 20 hammer fee (EUR 80, DKK/SEK/NOK 600 for leasing cars). This is automatically deducted from the hammer price, and your profit from the sale is transferred directly to your bank account.

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  1. Free and non-binding estimate
    - Contact us by email, call or visit your auction house to consign your item.

  2. Settlement
    - Payment from’s account to the seller is made 42 days after the auction or the first working day thereafter.

From scrap heap to record sale 
A lady from Norway called us as her parents were about to throw out some furniture including a chair she thought might be worth selling. thought the chair sounded interesting too, and on further investigation we found it actually to be The Ox with accompanying ottoman designed by Arne Jacobsen. The chair was sent from its home in Norway to in Denmark. The chair complete with ottoman, a rare and highly sought after find, fetched over EUR 18,000 at auction. 

EUR 1,300 vs. EUR 21,000 
A company was closing down and was contacted by someone offering to buy their fixtures and fittings for EUR 1,300. Our valuation specialists advised the company to put the items on auction at instead. The amount achieved at auction was EUR 21,000. 


Frequently asked questions
Is valuation from a photo possible?
Yes, you can send your pictures via e-mail or by mail to the auction house closest to you. You will then be contacted by a valuation expert. You are, of course, more than welcome to come visit us at one of our auction houses and get an appraisal on the spot.
When will I receive a response to my enquiry?
We always do our best to reply to all enquiries as quickly as we can. As far as possible within 2-3 days.
As a seller what do I have to pay in commission?
For every lot sold a seller's commission of 15% of the highest bid is calculated, as well as a seller’s hammer fee of DKK/SEK 150, EUR 20. Commission and hammer fee include VAT and cover all costs relating to the sale, including registration, taking photos, online display and storage during the auction period. Commission and hammer fee are deducted from the payment due to the seller.
When are my items put on auction?

Most lots are put on auction just 2-3 days after they have been consigned.

How long do auctions last?
An auction lasts normally 5 days.