How To Buy At Auction

Brooke Friedman

1. Browse Catalog
Head to http://antiques.alexcooper.com and browse the complete catalogue of items for auction. Or download the free Alex Cooper iOS and Android apps for mobile devices.

2. Visit the Exhibition
The week of the auction, visit our beautiful gallery to view the items in which you are interested. All exhibitionsand auctions are free and open to the public.

3. Register
To bid in person, please register the day of sale at our reception desk and receive a bidding paddle.

To place a bid at an auction you will not be attending, please complete our absentee bid form prior to the day of auction. You can complete the form either in gallery or by downloading the form from our website.

To bid live remotely download our free IOS and Android app or register on our website.

For telephone bids, please complete the absentee bid form and check the telephone bid box. An Alex Cooper representative will call you prior to your desired lot and bid live with you over the phone. Items must have a $500 minimum opening bid.

4. Bid
Join in the excitement of the auction in person, online, by phone, or absentee bid; did we mention the complimentary coffee and donuts?

5. Pick Up & Enjoy
After the auction, you can settle your account and take home your new items. Pickup dates and times for each auction are conveniently listed on our website.

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Hermès Crocodile Constance Handbag

  Say “hello beautiful” to the super-rare crocodile Hermès Constance bag. The bag was designed by Catherine Chaillet in 1959, who named the bag after her daughter, Constance. This stunning authentic Hermès bag is crafted from the highest quality porous crocodile. Featuring a long strap that can be doubled for a shorter length and striking […]

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George Nakashima Furniture Collection for Auction

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