Consignment of goods for January 2019 Auction is now closed. 

Consignment of goods for January 2019 Auction is now closedHowever, our Consignment is constantly open for future auctions Mon–Fri from 12 pm to 5 pm and Sat from 10 am to 2 pm (exceptions: Main Auction Open House and Auction days). Bring your treasures to our experts for valuation and leave them for sale! Pre-booking is not needed.

Too much distance?

Getting your items valuated through our online request form is an easy and effective way.

If you have large, heavy or lots of items, an estate assessment visit may be suitable way to have your property valued. Please contact our customer service by phone: +358 (0) 2 900 31950.

Our special items of interest

 The most sought-after categories are e.g. designer, teak and rattan furniture, designer lighting fixtures, hand-wowen carpets, fuctionalism-styled wool carpets, multiple-piece dinner- and glassware sets, signed designer glass and porcelain items, jewellery and men's watches, Moomin collectibles and quality brand bags.

January 2019 Auction will be held on Saturday, 26th of Jan

Auction Catalogue will be published on Monday, 21st of Jan. Advanced and phone bidding open at the publication and close one hour prior to the auction.

Open House at our main building on Friday 25th of Jan from 12 pm to 7 pm and on the auction day Saturday 26th of Jan from 10 am to 11 am. 

The Auction will take place on Saturday, 26th of Jan starting at 11 am. Please register at our customer service to get yourself a bidding paddle.

The Auction Café is open from 10 am.

There is plenty of free parking space nearby.

Collecting your goods

You may collect Your Goods during the auction, 30 minutes after it and from Monday 28th to Wednesday 30th of Jan from 12 pm to 5 pm.

Packing, shipping and delivery services are also available. Click here to read more.



On top: Siltasaarenkatu in Helsinki in 1912 by Signe Brander. Helsinki City Museum.

Below: Paavo Nurmi runner statue by Wäinö Aaltonen in front of Helsinki Olympic Stadium in 1960. Photo: Volker von Bonin. Helsinki City Museum.

Paavo Nurmi by Wäinö Aaltonen