Auctionata

As the world’s online auctions pioneer, Auctionata offer the gamut of services of an art and auction house entirely over the Internet. Working 100% online, the company offers evaluation, appraisal, authentication and marketing of precious objects, along with all associated logistics. The vision of the Berlin based start-up is to open up the international art market to the general public via the direct access made possible by the internet and to bring the thrill of the auction room live and in HD on to the computers, tablets and mobile devices from bidders all over the world.

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And sold! Lucio Fontana & Antoni Tàpies
Two more artworks from the valuation service have been sold this week!
7 New Consignments!
This week we bring news of not one – but a staggering seven artworks being snapped up for sale via the valuation service, all from a single client.
Auctionata | Paddle8 announce new CEO Thomas Hesse
In May of this year, Paddle8 and Auctionata merged to form Auctionata | Paddle8. This week they announced that Thomas Hesse, previously CEO of Sony Music Entertainment, will replace Auctionata founder and previous CEO Alexander Zacke.
Breasts, Bodies & the Bizarre: Auctionata's innovative auction show
Online auction house Auctionata have announced a new, innovative format in which they will present their upcoming photography auction. The house is calling the venture an ''auction show,'' combining the sale with a talk show hosted by German actor Kai Wiesinger.
Why Generation Y is vital to online art market growth: The Hiscox Online Art Trade Report 2016
The Hiscox Online Art Trade Report is out for 2016, here at Barnebys, we have broken down the report and found that Generation Y and new buyers present the online art market with exciting growth.

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Fred Koch, Rosehips, Gelatin Silver Print, Germany, 1920s
Bromide gelatin silver print mounted on green cardboard\nGermany, 1920s\nFred Koch (1904-1939?) – German photographer\nMotif: ‘Rosacea, Hagenbutten-Früchte’\nVerso on the cardboard typographically inscribed label with information of title, date and photographer\nVerso on the cardboard the stamps ‘Folkwang Verlag, Photo: Fred Koch’, ‘Wilhelm Arnholdt Maschinensetzerei Hamburg 20, Falkenried 42’ as well as ‘Maya Heya Isolde Arnholdt’\nDimensions: 17 x 12 cm\nGood condition\nFred Koch’s works range between science and art; his photographs fetch up to €1,800 at international auctions\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nThe stamps on the reverse prove that Fred Koch took these photos for the Folkwang Verlag. The prints were generated from the negatives under the supervision of Ernst Fuhrmann, the director of the publishing house. Fuhrmann gave the archive to Wilhelm Arnholdt when he left Germany.\n\nCondition:\nThe photograph is in good condition with minor scratching marks and faint creasing marks in good condition. The dimensions are 17 x 12 cm.\n\nFred Koch (1904-1939?)\nThe German photographer Fred Koch was mainly active during the 1920s. Of his works are mainly animal and plant photographs in the style of the Neue Sachlichkeit known, as well as landscape depictions. He was also active for the Folkwang publishing house. The photographer was born in 1904 in Berleburg and his track was lost after he was called up to fight in the Second World War. (lez) Auctionata
Rolex Bombay, Ref. 6593, Switzerland, Around 1950
Rolex Bombay Oyster Perpetual chronometer, ref. 6593\nSwitzerland, around 1950\nAutomatic movement, calibre 1030, adj. 5; 25 jewels, hour, minute, second\nSilver dial, gold hands\nWatch case of 14K gold\nBlack alligator leather strap with original, gold plated pin buckle\nMovement no. N 910724\nWatch case hallmarked\nCase diameter: 33 mm; Height: 11 mm\nLength of strap: 21 cm; Lugs width: 20 mm\nTotal weight: 49 g\nFunctional, good condition with traces of wear, watch case slightly polished\nEstimate by Auctionata Expert: 3,600 €\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nThe watch case measures 33 mm in diameter and 11 mm in height. The strap is 21 cm long. The watch weighs 49 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch case is slightly polished. During in house testing the watch was functional. Long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.\nSize and weight may deviate from the manufacturer’s indication. All watches are hand-measured and weighed. Overhaul recommended at buyer’s expense.\nShould this lot contain property from endangered species, these elements will not be shipped. This only applies to prospective non-EU customers if a species conservation certificate is missing.\nATTENTION: Auctionata cannot guarantee successful delivery of Rolex watches to the US due to trademark restrictions. Auctionata cannot be held responsible for authorizing the transport of watches by Rolex Watch U.S.A Inc. and hereby expressly absolves itself of any issues arising from the US import ban. Auctionata
Cartier Pasha Wristwatch, Switzerland, Around 2000
Cartier Pasha wristwatch, ref. no. 2324\nSwitzerland, around 2000\nAutomatic movement, calibre ETA 2892 A2; 21 jewels, hour, minute, second, date\nSilver dial, blued, luminescent hands\nWatch case, crown, strap and butterfly clasp of stainless steel\nWatch case no. 30575\nOriginal case\nCase diameter: 38 mm; Height: 10 mm\nLength of strap: 18 cm\nTotal weight: 103 g\nFully functional, worn condition with traces of wear\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nThis Cartier Pasha wristwatch, ref. no. 2324, was made in Switzerland around 2000. The watch is fitted with a calibre ETA 2892 A2; 21 jewels and displays hour, minute, second and date. The silver dial shows blued, luminescent hands. Watch case, crown, strap and butterfly clasp are made of stainless steel. The watch case number is 30575.\nThe watch case measures 38 mm in diameter and 10 mm in height. The watch weighs 103 grams. The strap is 18 cm long. The timepiece is in worn condition with traces of wear. During in house testing the watch was fully functional. Long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. The watch ships with the original case.\nShould this lot contain property from endangered species, these elements will not be shipped. This only applies to prospective non EU customers if a species conservation certificate is missing. Auctionata
Hundertwasser, Relations of a Spider, Color Woodcut, 1971
Japanese Woodcut in colors on Japanese paper\nJapan, 1971\nFriedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000) – Austrian artist and architect\nSigned ‘Hundertwasser Regentag’ dated ‘1971’, numbered ‘147/200’ and inscribed ‘470A’ in black India ink within the image\nWith 5 red inkan stamps\nFrom the portfolio ‘Nana Hyaku Mizu’\nCut and printed by Nakamura Hanga Kobo, Tokyo\nPublished by Gruener Janura AG, Glarus, Switzerland, 1973\nCatalogue raisonné: Koschatzky 55 , Fürst HWG 55\nImage dimensions: 30.2 x 22.8 cm; sheet dimensions: 31.3 x 24 cm\nFramed: 49.5 x 41 cm\nVery good condition\nEstimate by Auctionata Expert: 2,600 €\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nCondition:\nThe Japanese woodcut is in overall very good condition. The sheet is hinged to a mat at the reverse upper edge. The frame is in good condition with only minor signs of wear. The image measures 30.2 x 22.8 cm, the sheet 31.3 x 24 cm. The framed dimensions are 48.5 x 41 cm.\nFriedensreich Hundertwasser (1928 – 2000)\nBorn Friedrich Stowasser in Vienna, the famous Austrian artist started calling himself Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser in 1949 when he began studying at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Vienna. In the beginning he was strongly influenced by Schiele, later his numerous trips to Italy, France and North Africa had an increasing impact on his artistic development. In 1953 he used the spiral, which became the defining element of his painted work, for the first time. Hundertwasser described his art as ‘vegetative’. He worked in many graphical techniques such as lithography, silkscreen, etching and woodcut. In the 1970s Hundertwasser also turned to architecture. His first architectural models, like those for the Eurovision show ‘Wünsch Dir was’, presented his ideas of roof afforestation, tree tenants and the window right tenant. From the early 1980s Hundertwasser operated as an "architecture doctor". The construction of the residential complex for the City of Vienna (with the architects Krawina and Pelikan) in the Löwengasse was the beginning of his actual work in the field of architecture. In collaboration with Springmann and Pelikan, Hundertwasser completed many projects in Europe and overseas in the following years. In addition Hundertwasser created numerous art objects and designed posters, stamps, flags, coins, books and porcelain objects. He designed the ‘Vindobona’, a passenger ship of the DDSG Blue Danube (1995), and a Boeing 757 for the airline, Condor, Germany (not realized). On February 19, 2000, Friedensreich Hundertwasser died on his return from New Zealand, as one of the best-known and most influential artists in Europe. (fea) Auctionata
Patek Philippe Anniversary Coin, Switzerland, Around 1989
Patek Philippe coin for 150th anniversary\nSwitzerland, around 1989\nGold plated stainless steel\nWith image of Jean Adrien Philippe & Antoine de Patek\nOriginal box\nDiameter: 40 mm; Height: 3 mm\nTotal weight: 40 g\nVery good condition with traces of wear\nEstimate by Auctionata Expert: 500 Euro\nThis object is sold through the Berlin office\n\nThis Patek Philippe coin for 150th anniversary was made in Switzerland around 1989. The watch is made of gold plated stainless steel and shows an image of Jean Adrien Philippe & Antoine de Patek.\nThe coin measures 40 mm in diameter and 3 mm in height. The coin weighs 40 grams. The coin is in very good condition with traces of wear. The coin ships with original box.\nSize and weight may deviate from the manufacturer’s indication. All watches are hand-measured and weighed.\nShould this lot contain property from endangered species, these elements will not be shipped. This only applies to prospective non-EU customers if a species conservation certificate is missing. Auctionata
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