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Bid Inside website presents a list of incoming auctions (numismatics, arts, antiques, memorabilia, etc.)- Incoming auctions 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 our bid-KIT software not connected to Bid Inside 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.

 


 

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