19th Century European Paintings

How To Bid in The Gilded Age Revisited

New York
Sotheby’s upcoming single-owner auction honors the keen eye and passion of an important American collector who assembled over decades a fine group of paintings and decorative arts, ranging from Old Masters to the Impressionists, exceptional pieces of 18th and 19th Century continental furniture, decorative art and Asian art – capturing a grand vision.

N ew features make bidding in the style you wish easier than ever. Register for the auction and decide when to bid – online, in person, by telephone – or even before the live auction begins!

How To Bid

Browse the auction on sothebys.com or by using the Sotheby’s app and register for the event. Your assigned paddle allows you to bid with flexibility and ease before and during the live auction.

Place a bid online before the live auction begins. Enter your maximum bid or place quick bids at available increments. You are in control and can monitor the current bid amount leading up to the live auction.

Watch Your Bids!

If you are outbid, you will be notified by email and provided with a link to increase your bid.

Participate in the Live Auction

As the live auction begins, enter the “Bidding Room” to bid in real time or follow the action. Or attend the auction in person! Your online registration will also allow you to seamlessly pick up an in-room paddle.

To register a telephone bid, please contact Sotheby’s Bids department directly at bids.newyork@sothebys.com.

As the Highest Bidder

You will receive an invoice shortly after the auction including your total charges along with payment and shipping instructions.

For Assistance with Registration & Bidding:

From the US +1 212 606 7000
From the UK +44 (0) 20 7293 5000

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