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 AUCTION HOUSES

 

Ahrenshooper Kunstauktionen
Dorfstraße 16, 18347 Ostseebad Ahrenshoop , Germany/ 0382.2066.330/ www.ahrenshoop-kunstauktion.de

The offer of the Ahrenshooper Kunstaufnahmen consists mainly of selected works by artists who lived and worked in the surroundings of the artists' colony of Ahrenshoop or were there as guests.  In addition to the founding generation of the artists' colony, it's also contains quite unexpected names of artists who have significantly influenced the development of classical modernism or contemporary art in Germany. More than 300 artists have used the artist 's place Ahrenshoop and the surrounding East Sea region as a large atelier space over the entire time horizon of the 20th century, correlating art history and regional influences with individual perception.

 

Allgäuer Auktionshaus
Königstraße 17, 87435 Kempten, Germany/ 490.831.564.2530/ www.allgaeuer-auktionshaus.de
 

Allgäuer Auktionshaus Kühling is located at Königstraße 17, 87435 Kempten, Germany
Working hours: Monday / Friday, 10-18h.

 

Auktionshaus Arnold
Bleichstraße 40-42, 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany/ 4906.9282.779/ www.auktionshaus-arnold.de

The auction house Arnold looks back on a history of three generations and now about 70 years back. Karl Arnold, the first owner of the house, applied for the auctioneer's license in 1942.  Karlheinz Arnold took over the business of the father in 1952 at the age of 24 and gave it to his son Karl Michael Arnold in 1998, who today carries out the auctions as a publicly appointed and sworn auctioneer.

 

Auctionata AG
Franklinstraße 13, 10587 Berlin, Germany/ 4903.0983.2022.3/ auctionata.de

Auctionata is the leading online auction house for art and luxury collectibles. As the inventor of the livestream auction, Auctionata broadcasts auctions in real-time and provides an online auction room that is accessible to bidders worldwide.Today, Auctionata is the biggest auction house in Germany and operates globally with offices in New York, London, Zurich, Rome and Madrid.

 

Auktionshaus Rütten
Nymphenburger Straße 133, 80636 Munich, Germany/ 4908.9127.1510.0/ www.auktion-ruetten.de

The Auktionshaus Rütten located in the heart of Munich . Auktionshaus Rütten carry for more than 20 years as a family regularly eight art auctions a year by having the subjects PAINTINGS old and new masters, JEWELLEREY Fold and Silver, old CLOCKS, PORCELAIN and figuresupscale manufactures, BRONZE statues and sculptures, MILITARIA badges... 

 

Galerie Bassenge
Erdenerstraße 5a, 14193 Berlin, Germany/ 4903.0893.8029.0/ www.bassenge.com

Galerie Bassenge is one of the oldest auction houses in Berlin. Over the last 45 years Galerie Gerda Bassenge has published over 400 catalogues on Old Master Prints and Paintings, Modern Art, Rare and Valuable Books, Autographs and Photography, as well as on special themes or collections such as drawings and prints by Käthe Kollwitz, historical posters, bibliophile collections, etc. They are the basis with which our experts, supported by international representatives, try to reach the varied interests of buyers and sellers, as well as collectors and art and book lovers. Twice a year, in Spring and Fall, comprehensive and well-researched catalogues are published which present our sales in a professional and attractive format.

 
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Bolland & Marotz
Fedelhören 19, 28203 Bremen, Germany/ 4904.2132.8282/ www.bolland-marotz.de
 

Bolland & Marotz is certainly the most important auction house in Bremen. An anniversary exhibition for the 40th anniversary is already an event. A lot of paintings by Otto Modersohn were auctioned.
 

 

Auktionshaus Dannenberg
Bismarckstraße 9, 12157 Berlin, Germany/ 4903.0821.6979/ www.auction-dannenberg.com


Dannenberg is particularly proud of their quarterly live auctions, where connoisseurs from around the world can place their bid via the internet. These auctions can feature as many as 3,000 lots. Recently, works from the New Objectivity movement were auctioned here, including several bronze works by Ernst Barlach, each valued at around €30,000. Opening hours: Monday-Friday 9h-18h.  
 

 

Doebele - Kunstauktionen
Am Hoch 1, 97337 Dettelbach-Effeldorf, Germany/ 4909.324.903.485/ www.fine-art-doebele.de

Founded in August 1998, Roswitha and Dr. Markus Döbele, organize art exhibitions in the 20th and 21st century in the small town of Effeldorf.
 

 

Dr. Fischer Kunstauktionen
Trappensee-Schlößchen, 74074 Heilbronn, Germany/ 4907.131.155.570/ www.auctions-fischer.de

Dr. Fischer Kunstauktionen is dedicated to fine art, antiques and modern art. Dr. Fischer Kunstauktionen is also specialized in selling:European Glass and Studio Glass.  Opening time: Monday till Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
 

 

Grisebach GmbH
Fasanenstraße 25, 10719 Berlin, Germany/ 4903.0885.9150/ www.grisebach.com

Establishing Villa Grisebach took quite a bit of courage back in 1986. The Grisebach villa became seat of the newly-founded auction house Grisebach upon completion of restoration in 1986. Grisebach can rightfully claim to have appreciably contributed to the high regard now enjoyed by modern German art from the Impressionist and Expressionist periods, as well as from the Realist and New Objectivity schools. Grisebach is by now a recognized authority in these fields, also when it comes to documenting the history of the corresponding collections. Opening hours: Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.Saturday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.and by appointment.
 

 
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Dresdener Kunstauktionshaus Günther
Bautzner Landstraße 7, 1324 Dresden Germany/ 4903.512.640.995/ www.dresden-kunstauktion.de

Dresdener Kunstauktionshaus Günther holds at least four major auctions and four varia auction per year as well as additional special auctions. Dresdener Kunstauktionshaus Günther offers services in valuation and estimation of pieces of fine and decorative arts, private art collections and estates. Dresdener Kunstauktionshaus Günther experts will offer their advice free of charge everyone questions regarding their individual objects for sale or purchase, the building-up of a collection or its sale, as well as queries on inheritance matters. 
 

 

Hampel Fine Art Auctions
Schellingstraße 44, Villa Hampel, 80799 Munich, Germany/ 4908.9288.040/ www.hampel-auctions.com

Hampel Fine Art Auctions GmbH & Co. KG is one of the leading Auction Houses on the European continent. The departments of Hampel Fine Art Auctions:
Old Master Paintings, 19th / 20th century Paintings, Furniture, Modern Art, Sculpture and Works of Art, Russian Art, Jewellery, Clocks and Watches.
 

 

Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf GmbH
Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 11-12, 40210 Düsseldorf, Germany/ 4902.113.020.010/ www.kunstauktionen-duesseldorf.de

Hargesheimer art auctions auction classic 'art and antiques' in March and September each year. The specialization of the house includes the auction 'Important Icons & Russian Art', which takes place annually in April and November. Auctions for 'Modern & Contemporary Art' as well as 'Jewelery, Jewels & Pocket Watches' round off the annual auction program.Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.
 

 

Historia Auktionshaus
Kalckreuthstraße 4/5, 10777 Berlin, Germany/ 4903.0218.1818/ www.historia.de

Historia Auktionshaus runs every 2-3 months, 4-5x a year, in art and antiques exhibitions in Berlin. Opening Times: Mo. – Fr. 10 am – 18 pm.
 

 
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Jeschke van Vliet Auctions Berlin GmbH
Schützenstraße 39, 10117 Berlin, Germany/ 4903.022.667.700/ www.jvv-berlin.de

Jeschke van Vliet is an international company that offers Fine Arts and Books auctions in Europe. Jeschke Van Vliet was created in 2008 by J. Jeschke and J. Van Vliet. JVV has a salesroom in Berlin downtown and offers its clients a worldwide access to its sales via his Auctions' Live, a unique and real-time online and bidding service.
 

 

Peter Karbstein Kunst & Auktionshaus
Kurfürstenstraße 16, 40211 Düsseldorf, Germany/ 4902.1190.6161/ www.auktionshaus-karbstein.de

The history of the Kunst- & Auktionshauses Peter Karbstein began in 1980 with the first Kunstauktion at Hohenzollernstrasse 36 in Düsseldorf still under the name Karbstein & Schultze. The auction house Karbstein & Schultze existed until 1988 and was continued by Peter Karbstein as sole managing director, who has been active in the art trade since 1970. Meanwhile, the company looks back on 30 successful years in the art trade. Since the 100th auction in February 2008 the auction house Karbstein has been located in new representative rooms in the Kurfürstenstrasse.
 

 

Karl & Faber Kunstauktionen GmbH
Amiraplatz 3, 80333 Munich, Germany/ 4908.9221.865/ www.karlundfaber.de

Founded in 1923, Karl & Faber Auctioneers is one of the first and leading Continental European auction houses specialising in Fine Art. Working time: Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6 pm. Karl & Faber Auctioneers exclusively auction art: paintings, drawings, graphics, sculptures and objects of the Old Masters, 19th century art, modernity, post war and contemporary positions.
 

 

Auktionshaus Kaupp GmbH
Schloss Sulzburg, Hauptstraße 62, 79295 Sulzburg, Germany/ 4907.6345.0380/ www.kaupp.de

Annualy there are two large sales with four auctions each time, in which Decorative Arts, Jewellery, Clocks & Watches, Paintings, Antiques & Furniture together with Modern and Contemporary Art are put up for auction. Opening time: Tuesday to Friday, 2 pm – 5 pm, and by arrangement.
 

 

Ketterer Kunst Hamburg
Holstenwall 5, 20355 Hamburg, Germany/ 4904.0374.9610/ www.kettererkunst.com

The deep passion for art and a business strategy that combines tradition and innovation have made Ketterer Kunst one of Europe's most renowned auction houses sixty years after the company was founded. What began with a small gallery in Stuttgart in 1954, has been led by today's owner Robert Ketterer, who took over management in 1994, into a new age with his ideas and visions. The specialization on a few auction fields, the early usage of the internet and an expansion of the staff, in order to increase service quality, soon made sure that sales figures reach new heights every year and that an international client base with buyers from more than 50 nations is served.
 

 

Ketterer Kunst GmbH & Co KG
Joseph-Wild-Straße 18, 81829 Munich, Germany/ 4908.9552.440/ www.kettererkunst.com

The deep passion for art and a business strategy that combines tradition and innovation have made Ketterer Kunst one of Europe's most renowned auction houses sixty years after the company was founded. What began with a small gallery in Stuttgart in 1954, has been led by today's owner Robert Ketterer, who took over management in 1994, into a new age with his ideas and visions. The specialization on a few auction fields, the early usage of the internet and an expansion of the staff, in order to increase service quality, soon made sure that sales figures reach new heights every year and that an international client base with buyers from more than 50 nations is served.
 

 

Auktionshaus Kiefer
Steubenstraße 36, 75172 Pforzheim, Germany/ 4907.2319.2320/ www.kiefer.de

In 1979, Peter Kiefer founded, inspired by his passions for collecting antiquarian books, the Antiquarian Bookshop Peter Kiefer. After the turnover and the number of regular customers had risen continuously over the years, the first auction catalog was published in 1985. The number of auctions has increased steadily so that by now, the auction house Kiefer covers 1800 sqm .
 

 

Auktionshaus Kloss
Rosenthaler Straße 16, 13127 Berlin, Germany/ 4903.091.423.120/ www.auktionshaus-kloss.de

After many years of experience in the art trade, Auktionshaus Kloss decided in 2011 to opened own auction house. Auktionshaus Kloss is not only visited locally, but also by dealers and collectors from New York, Moscow, Shanghai and South Africa who bid by internet and get their money’s worth. Auktionshaus Kloss facilities in the Rosenthalerstraße served as an exhibition space, point of acceptance and venue of the auctions.
 

 

Kunst- & Auktionshaus W. G. HERR
Friesenwall 35, 50672 Cologne, Germany/ 4902.2125.4548/ www.herr-auktionen.de

The auction house Mr. in Cologne has almost 30 years of experience with traditional auctions of valuable objects in the fields of modern art, crafts and design; from art nouveau lamps and solid silver to international contemporary art and exquisite collector's items. The twentieth century is the passion and top competence of the auction house Mr.. Among the buyers at the auction house is a large number of international collectors.
 

 

Dr. Irene Lehr Kunstauktionen GmbH
Sybelstraße 68, 10629 Berlin,Germany/ 4903.0881.8979/ www.lehr-kunstauktionen.de

The auction house was founded in 1995 by the art historian Dr. Irene Lehr. specialised on art of the 20th and 21st century our focus lies on objects of the classical modern and the East German avant-garde. Dr. Irene Lehr. passion for all kinds of different art and value for the individuality makes Lehr Auctions Berlin a platform for painting, sculpture and paperwork of the highest standard.
 

 

Kunsthaus Lempertz
Neumarkt 3, 50667 Cologne, Germany/ 4922.1925.7290/ www.lempertz.de

Kunsthaus Lempertz is a family-owned auction house with a long tradition. Kunsthaus Lempertz, founded in 1845, is one of the leading art houses in Europe and the oldest in the world. Lempertz is a member of the prestigious International Auctioneers Group, founded in 1993. The departments and auctions include Old Masters, Decorative Arts, Antiques, Silver, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Photography, Asian Art, African and Oceanic Art as well as Watches and Jewellery.