Heritage Auctions Surpasses 1.5 Million Online Bidder-Members

Heritage’s headquarter in Dallas, Texas.
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Heritage Auctions, the world’s largest collectibles auctioneer, has eclipsed 1.5 million online bidder-members who take advantage of the online platform to buy and sell collectibles from more than 40 categories.

“Heritage Auctions remains on the cutting edge of auction technology, and our free database of more than 5.5 million lots has reached a global community of collectors,” Heritage Auctions CEO Steve Ivy said. “Our 1.5 million bidder members have identified and verified HA.com as the premier destination for buyers and sellers of collectibles, unique artworks and luxury items.”

The most heavily visited website for fine arts and collectibles, HA.com offers access to Heritage’s Make Offer to Owner program, which enables members to bid on lots that already have been sold to other collectors. The Make Offer to Owner program is just one of several tools offered to members of HA.com – a list that also includes the ability for bidders to track their own collections, register their ownership of items sold at past auctions and create personal Want Lists.

“We have added a quarter of a million online bidder members around the world over the last two years, a significant portion of whom live in the most affluent areas of Europe, Asia and Latin America,” Ivy said. “The growing number of bidders is a reflection of Heritage’s growth within the auction world as the premier landing spot for collectors.”


For further information, visit the website of Heritage Auctions.

In the pandemic year 2020 Heritage Auctions has grown significantly.

The online bidders have boosted Heritage’s first quarter of 2021 to a record level.