Sell with Trigo
How it Works
Take front and back images of your item
Add descriptions, dimensions, history and any documentation for you items
All set! Our specialists will review your submission and contact you
Getting an Estimate is Easy
Wonder how much your art or object might be worth and how to sell it? Simply follow the steps below and our specialists will review your submission at no cost and provide preliminary estimates for items that can be included in our sales in 5 to 7 business days.
Disclaimer: Preliminary estimates may be subject to change upon inspection of the item in person
Why Choose Trigo
We will help you sell your valuable objects with the right strategy
If your item meets our quality standards and minimum consignment value, Trigometric will provide auction estimates and will recommend the most effective way to sell your property -- whether in one of our live or online-only auctions, or, if appropriate, with one of our trusted partners.
We work directly with consignors to build trusted relationships together
In submitting your auction estimate request, you represent that you are the owner of the property that you are inquiring about, that you own the property free and clear of any claims, liens, encumbrances or interests of others and that the property can be offered freely in the international numismatic market. If you are interested in consigning your property to Trigometric, please be aware that you are responsible for complying with any local export or import laws.
Please also note that Trigometric does not authenticate items submitted, and does not accept liability. Trigometric gives no representation, warranty or guarantee with respect to an item's origin, provenance, attribution, condition, date, age or authenticity.
Consignment Highlights from Sell with Trigometric
Frequently Asked Questions
How are estimates determined?
A Trigometric specialist will compare your property to similar items recently sold at auction. We will consider important aspects including the condition of the item and the year of the make, country of origin, date of execution, materials used, dimensions, rarity, subject matter or type, color and apparent condition. Our specialists also have deep knowledge of the current market demand for items within our realm of expertise.
How long does it take to receive an estimate?
Typically, Trigometric will answer an initial enquiry within 7 business days.
I submitted my request, but why didn’t I receive an estimate?
On occasion, if a prospective consignor submits an object valued below Trigometric's threshold for sale, or if an item is outside our realm of expertise, we might suggest a reputable local auction room or trusted partner. Often, these firms are able to offer a thoughtful valuation according to their specialized markets. Certain brands and price thresholds are not accepted by Trigometric. We will inform you if your property falls within these categories.
Is my auction estimate a final appraisal of value?
No, it is not. Please note that all auction estimates are subject to physical examination of the item as well as changes in the market. Estimates are not formal documents for insurance, taxes or estate valuations and cannot be used as such.
May I request an estimate if I’m not ready to sell my item?
Yes, of course. However, most who request an estimate intend to consign their items with Trigometric.
What are Trigometric's consignment terms?
Each consignment is different and will receive individual attention. Our consignment terms and fees include commission and listing fees.
My items are without grading or without any certification, can i still list my items in your auction?
On most occasions, we would recommend certain ungraded items to be handed in for grading before we list them for auction. As we have a special relationship with the world's best currency grader, grading time is usually fast.