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Coin archive

The website is intended for a oin collectors.

The site accumulates information about the lots held at popular numismatic online auctions.

In the ever-growing database there is a cache of images of lots.
The interested user can see the images of coins and see their passage at the auction. In addition, the user has the opportunity to find the coins of interest to him both in the completed trading and in the open.

Clicking on the open lot, the user goes to the page of this lot at the auction and can make bids to buy the coin he likes.

The list of processed auction houses will grow. Now, in addition to the specialized online auctions, lots for Russian, Russian and Soviet coins of the Hammer auction are also going to be cached.

At the top of the site displays a reminder of the end of the auction, so that the user has time to make bids for the coins you like.




Online Auction.

The most visited auction in Runet according to the version of Yandex. Well, where more people, it is easier to buy or sell.


  1. Antiques and art.
  2. Vintage.
  3. Books, magazines, newspapers.
  4. Collection.
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Swapz (UK Specific)


UK's biggest, most established and original marketplace where you can swap, trade, sell and deal with like-minded people both locally and nationwide.



The site is called Thick Fingers.
The bottom line is this: quite a few people exhibiting something for sale on eBay, not exactly, with errors give a description of their product.
Here the analogy with thick fingers, which is not convenient to print, here are the errors.

Of course, people do not find such goods and the price does not rise.
This site helps to find such kind of goods and to buy as cheaply as possible.



Uses: eBay.

Automatically place eBay bids.

logo Sothebys


Sotheby's auction house was founded in 1744 by Samuel Baker, and today it is one of the oldest and most famous auction houses in the world.
Together with Christie's, Sotheby's takes about 90% of the world market of antiques auction sales And art objects.

Initially Sotheby's was created as a "club for aristocrats". Moreover, aristocratic origin was required not only from buyers (which is natural, because in those days only aristocrats could afford to buy antiques and art for fabulous money), but also from those wishing to work in the auction house.

Until the middle of the twentieth century Sotheby's lived quite a quiet life, its rapid development began in 1955, when the department was opened in New York. Later, branches also opened in Paris, Los Angeles, Zurich, Toronto, Edinburgh, Johannesburg, Houston, Florence, Melbourne and Munich.

In the times of industrial crisis of the 80s, the auction house almost went bankrupt. In these difficult times, the main competitor, Sotheby's Christie, poured oil on the fire. His leadership in the desire to drive out the competitor lowered his rates, after which Sotheby's revenue fell by more than 50%. In the early nineties, the management of both auction houses decided to go to each other's meeting and agreed on fixing tariffs for services. However, it turned out that fixing rates is considered a crime in USA, where Sotheby's received most of its revenue. Because of this collusion, a scandal broke out, which resulted in the then CEO Sotheby's being sentenced to a year in prison.

Today's affairs in Sotheby's are pretty good. In 2007, one of the world's leading auction houses opened a branch in Moscow, where a number of successful transactions for the sale of Russian art objects were made.

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