The e-mail must contain as many of the following items as possible:
- detailed description of the object (e.g. dimensions, material, designer/manufacturer, origin, damage, etc.)
- photos, if possible (*.jpg format, maximum 10 MB)
- name and customer account number, if relevant
- address and telephone no.
- e-mail address
Then e-mail the above particulars to the auction house nearest you:
Magasin 5, Palermogatan 19, in Stockholm’s Frihamn: email@example.com
The Globe, Slakthusgatan 22, Johanneshov: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gothenburg, Geijersgatan 14: email@example.com
Helsingborg, Makadamgatan 11: firstname.lastname@example.org
Malmö, Baltzargatan 6: email@example.com
Helsinki, Södra Kajen 14: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nybrogatan 32, Stockholm: email@example.com
You can also reach us by telephone for a valuation. See the telephone numbers under the respective auction houses’ contact pages by clicking the Auction House’s name on the list above.
Valuation by ordinary post
If you would rather post a letter with photographs of the object, this is obviously okay as well. Please refer to “E-mail valuation” to see the specific information you need to enclose with the letter. You will find postal addresses under the respective auction houses’ contact pages by clicking the name of the Auction House on the list above.
Please note that valuations based on photographs are always preliminary and can be revised. Valuations done by Stockholms Auktionsverk are confidential and will not be used by a third party.
Valuations in your home
For large consignments, we can also make a sales valuation in your home. Read more about this under Valuation of entire estates