Goldin and its parent company, Collectors, are launching two new online marketplaces for sports cards, memorabilia and other collectibles early in 2023.
The Marketplace will be designed for items valued at $100 and up but items can be offered for as low as $5. Sellers can list items for straight sale and also accept offers.
Weekly Auctions will run for nine days, with all closing on Thursday nights.
Both markets are scheduled to open Jan. 17.
The cost of selling on the Marketplace will vary, based on the final price. Items selling for under $2,500 will cost 16.7%. Seller fees for higher priced items will be less. For the first month, however, sellers will pay 8.3% across the board. There are no fees for buyers.
Weekly auction items will typically consist of items valued at $100-$20,000 and include an extended bidding period as is typical of most auctions in the industry.
Goldin will also continue its monthly online Elite auctions aimed at higher priced material.
More information is available here.