An online art auction house is disrupting the art world with buyers and artists clapping their hands, but traditional galleries left scrambling with the new normal.
As the world adapts and enters into a new era, Lloyds Auctions a 15 year old online auction company have seen their non-traditional online only auctions spike over the last few months where sales have exceeded expectations selling millions of dollars of fine art and jewellery each month.
The very first factory-built race car to bear a Holden badge is predicted to double the previous record for a Holden vehicle sold at auction.
The 1969 Holden HT Monaro being offered for sale, is credited with launching the Holden Dealer Team’s racing dominance in the 70s and 80s, cementing the Holden vs. Ford rivalry that still divides the nation today.
Collectors, investors and gamers are just some of the people who are flocking to purchase rare and limited edition pinball machines from an online auction this week but pinballs aren’t the only item resulting in a spike in online auction bidding.
Hundreds of items of civil and transport equipment is listed on the Lloyds Auctions online platform where equipment is in high demand with sellers upgrading and offloading their existing fleet to purchase new equipment for prospective times to come.
With many art auction houses removing their paintings from the walls in the midst of plummeting sales across the Globe, an Australian online auction company is disrupting the market listing their biggest multi-million dollar fine art auction ever during an online boom. Lloyds Auctions conducts 10 online certified art auctions per month in Australia however that number has increased 500% and their latest offerings are set to top 10 million AUD.
High-end fine art has pivoted sharply towards online platforms as investors look for alternatives. With many art auction houses removing their paintings from the walls in the midst of plummeting sales across the Globe, an Australian online auction company is disrupting the market listing their biggest multi-million dollar fine art auction ever
Featuring Collingwoods Dayne Beams 2010 AFL Premiership Medal. Lloyds Bushfire Relief Auctions will be online this week with all proceeds going directly to fire affected communities, fire-fighters and volunteers with the first auction online now featuring a 2010 AFL Premiership Medal of the Collingwood Magpies. “In less than 24hrs since going live our
Aussie Cricket legend, Jeff ‘Thommo’ Thomson, the world’s fastest bowler, is putting his last remaining Baggy Green Hat and Cricket Vest up for auction to help raise funds for those affected in the bushfire tragedy. Thommo’s memorabilia will go up for auction through Lloyds Auctions Bushfire Relief Auction, where 100% of funds donated to charities
An extremely rare watch auction featuring sought after Rolex watches have already skyrocketed in price due to rarity with only 24hrs to go. “This auction really provides the opportunity for people to buy and own a watch they have dreamed of now and not have to wait several years on a waitlist,” said Mr. Lee