Nine Ways to Bid in Our Auctions
Heritage offers nine ways to bring the most collectors together to bid on your lots:
You can bid online in all of our upcoming Auctions. Every lot is listed with full descriptions, and most lots have high quality images. For Signature auctions, which have a live floor session component, Internet bids will be accepted until 10:00 PM CT the day before the live auction session takes place.
You can also e-mail your bids to Heritage at Bid@HA.com. List lot numbers and bids in columns, and include your name, address, phone, customer # (if known) and dealer references, as well as a statement of your acceptance of the Terms and Conditions of Sale. Email bids will be accepted up to 24 hours before the live auction.
Simply complete the Bid Sheet with your bids on the lots you want, sign it and mail it in. If yours is the high bid on any lot, we act as your representative at the auction and buy the lot as cheaply as competition permits.
Come to the auction and view the lots in person and bid live on the floor.
Follow the instructions for completing your mail bid, but this time FAX it to (214) 409-1425! FAX bids will be accepted until 3:00 p.m. CT the day prior to the auction date.
Call 1-800-872-6467 Ext. 1150. If you are the high Internet bidder on a coin lot of $5K and above, or a currency lot of $2K and above, you may bid by phone if you contact us the day before.
Auctions designated as "Heritage Live" have continuous bidding from the time the auction is posted on our site through the live event. When normal Internet bidding ends, visit HA.com/Live and continue to place Live Proxy bids. When the item hits the auction block, you can continue to bid live against the floor and other live bidders.
For your Apple devices, you can download our free Heritage Mobile Catalog for the iPad or Heritage Mobile for the iPhone apps.
This is an easy to-navigate, user-friendly platform for iOS, Android and other mobile device users, which lets you manage your bids and consignments no matter where you are.
* Because of the many avenues by which bids may be submitted, there is the real possibility of a tie for the high bid. In the event of a tie, Internet bidders, within their credit limit, will win by default.
Internet Bidding Tutorial
Bidding in a Heritage auction incorporates the simplicity of just setting a maximum bid, with the power of advanced options for those who want tighter control.