When you submit your movie related items for auction, this is your opportunity to get people interested in your movie merchandise and encourage them to bid. Potential buyers are more likely to bid on lots with a good description, all relevant information displayed clearly and, of course, beautiful photos. By following these 3 steps when submitting your movie related items for auction, you can increase your chances of earning higher revenues on your lots at auction.
To help encourage potential buyers to bid on your lot, you should include a detailed description of your object(s).
We will help you provide the key information about your lot that buyers are looking for. The fields that you fill in help to present the information in a way that’s easy for the buyer to read. You’ll find prepared fields for:
Please make sure you provide any additional information about your item, including a detailed description of its condition in the description field.
Including strong photographs is key to catching buyers’ eyes, ensuring they bid on your lot.
Of course, buying online means potential bidders do not get a chance to see your lot in person, therefore detailed and high quality photographs are very important.
To allow our experts, as well as our bidders, to get the right impression of an item, we require several high quality photos, including:
- a 360 degree view of the item
- close-ups of important details, according to the guidelines in the next section
- The photos should show a front and rear three quarter view of the item (without box) made on a plain, neutral background (preferably a white background).
- Make sure your photos show only the object(s) that you want to put up for auction.
- To present your model in the best possible and most appealing way, please avoid self portraits, bare hands or a distracting background and make sure the model is clean without any fingerprints or dust.
- Provide close-ups of important details such as logos, and include images of original boxes and clearly readable photos of the limited edition certificate if it’s available.
- If you have more than one item in a lot, please provide at least one photo with all the items together. This will make it clearer to the buyer what you are selling.
- When offering an item in its original sealed box, please provide photos of all sides of the box. To show the contents of the box you may provide additional stock photos.
Now that you know exactly what you need in order to create a fantastic lot, it’s time to start selling your movie related items. Start submitting your special objects for auction.
We look forward to receiving your lots soon - our experts can’t wait to see what you have to offer!