Thursday, 4 November 2021, 10 am – Wednesday, 24 November 2021, 4 pm
The auction Paintings 15th to 19th C. will be held as an Online Only auction, starting on Thursday, 4 November 2021 at 10 am and ending on Wednesday, 24 November 2021, 4 pm.
Please note you will need to register separately for this auctions, even if you have already registered at MyLempertz for our regular sales.
- You can register before the start of the auction, but you will be able to leave a bid only after the start of the sale on Thursday, 4 November 2021, 10 am.
- Your registration will be approved once we have proceeded the identity check required by the new Money Laundering Act. You can upload the required documents easily and safely on our website: Identity Check
There you will find all details regarding the identity check. If you have sent us your ID card in the past, your registration will be approved as soon as possible.
- Please refresh your internet browser from time to time (for example by pressing on F5).
- The auction does not end for all lots at 4 pm on the 24 November, but with a staggering time of 30 seconds for each lot.
- If a bid is left within two minutes before the end of the sale of a lot, the running time for this lot is being extended for five minutes. This extension is limited to 2 hours.
Do you have any further questions? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register now for bidding!
Auction date & Catalogue
How does an Online Only Auction work?
In an Online Only Auction, the auction is not conducted with an auctioneer in the usual way. Instead, there is a time window when bidders can place bids online. The bidder with the highest bid at the end of the auction is awarded that lot.
How can I take part in an Online Only Auction?
Please register with a username (your email address), and a password as well as your complete address details. Please note that you must register anew for our Online Only Auctions, even if you have already registered on the Lempertz website (“MyLempertz”).
As soon as we have received the necessary documents for your identification, you will be approved for participation in the auction.
Which documents do I need to submit for participation in the auction?
The Money Laundering Act which came into force at the beginning of 2020 requires the art trade to verify the identity of its customers if a transaction exceeds a certain amount. As the value of the winning bid cannot be foreseen in an auction, we carry out a one-off identity check on all customers.
If you have already submitted your identification documents as a Lempertz customer since the Money Laundering Act came into effect, we will approve you for participation as quickly as possible.
If you are a new customer or have not yet had an identity check carried out, please send the following documents to email@example.com:
Identity card (front and back)
Passport and a proof of address (utility bill, for example)
For legal entities:
Copy of the certificate of registration
You are welcome to black out any information that is not relevant for the identification.
When does an auction end?
Every Online Only Auction finishes at a specific time. When this time is reached, each lot will be closed one after the other at intervals of half a minute.
If a bid is received shortly before the end of the auction, the duration of that lot will be extended by two minutes.
Can I cancel a bid?
You cannot cancel your bid yourself. Please send a short email to firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens after the auction?
If you received the winning bid for one or more lots, you will be informed and will be sent the auction invoice by email.
You can settle the invoice by bank transfer or in cash. The bank details can be found on the invoice.
Can Lempertz arrange the shipping of my purchased artworks?
Yes! The auction invoice includes the optional shipping costs. If the shipping costs are paid with the invoice, the artworks will be shipped to you by courier.
Please let us know if you wish to collect your purchases in person, so we can prepare the works for collection.
Do you have another question? Please contact us!