The internet is here to stay - and bidders of all ages and backgrounds now use it to locate auctions as well as research merchandise before bidding.
Auctioneers usually promote their auctions via classified ads and printed sale bills. With a detailed sale bill on the internet, use less expensive post cards and smaller classified ads which advise the public to go to the web site for more information and photos. I can also email your customers, and even provide you with a free email address. Contact me for details.
We are a successful, internet based seller of reference books on collectibles, glassware, and antiques. We pioneered selling on the web in 1998 when the general public was barely aware of the internet's existence. We publish hundreds of web pages each month - you can depend on a professional and timely result.
You can either send it to us using the U.S. Post office, or send it by e-mail - whichever method you are most comfortable with.
Good photos are essential to a successful auction! Send your photos to us in whatever format you are comfortable using. We can post standard Kodak-style photos, digital photos, or even the actual sale bill provided by your printing company.