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Bid Inside website presents a list of incoming auctions (numismatics, arts, antiques, memorabilia, etc.)- Incoming auction are listed in home page with direct links to catalogues and related subscription page.

 

TYPES OF AUCTIONS

You will find three kind of auctions:

networkNetwork - auctions you can enter with an unique Bid Inside account. After first registration to an auction house belonging to the Network, for following auction houses you can use same account, login and request to attend the auction. After first registration you don’t have to fulfill other registration forms.

web appWeb App - auctions using Bid Inside software not connected to our Network. You have to register and login with a new account fulfilling the registration form. 

linkLink - auctions on external websites, you will be redirected to auction houses websites.

 


 

LIVE AUCTION

asta liveThis icon shows Bid Inside auctions on the calendar with LIVE AUCTION service with live streaming from the auction room or automatic E-Live auction.

 


 

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PRIVACY

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  • The Coolest Philatelist of All Time: John Lennon

    18 October 2018
    Nowadays, collectors have to fight the image of it being a dusty hobby. But back in the day, philately was trendy and hip. Possibly the coolest young collector at the time was Beatles co-founder John Lennon. The Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum now presents his collection.

  • The Most Expensive Roman Coin

    17 October 2018
    The next CoinsWeekly Coin Record to have been submitted is the presumably most expensive Roman coin. It sold for 2 million Swiss francs on December 3, 2008.

  • Our Cartoon: Franklin’s World

    17 October 2018
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  • The Fascinating World of Swords

    17 October 2018
    The Landesmuseum Württemberg in Stuttgart has dedicated an exhibition to the symbol of power. Visitors will not only find fascinatingly beautiful swords, but also weapons and battle scenes depicted on paintings, Hollywood posters, and – coins and medals!

  • A Rookie’s Review of Coinex 2018

    11 October 2018
    CoinsWeekly sent their newest colleague, Leonie Schulze, to the annual Coinex convention in London. If you have forgotten what the world of numismatics might look like from an outsider’s perspective, her review will surely give you an idea.

  • Laughing Buddha 2018

    11 October 2018
    The new version of the laughing Buddha CIT presents after the great success of the preceding 2017 edition, unites a wealth of innovative minting technologies to turn a beloved motif into a small numismatic artwork. The silver coin was designed on behalf of the Republic of Palau.

  • The Most Comprehensive Gold Bar Collection in the World

    10 October 2018
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  • Our Cartoon: Franklin’s World

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  • Leipzig University Library receives collection of medals made by local artist Bruno Eyermann

    10 October 2018
    The Leipzig University Library first presented its 218 newly-acquired collection of medals made by Bruno Eyermann to the public. Eyermann was the central figure among Leipzig’s artistic medalists in the first half of the 20th century.

  • UK and France Consider Withdrawal of Low-Denomination Coins

    05 October 2018
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    04 October 2018
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  • Louis I of Bavaria and his Commemorative Coins

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