Auction Technology Group

Auction Technology Group are a company that provides specialist services to the auction industry, both in print and on the web. A global pioneer of live online auctions, it is the owner of Antiques Trade Gazette, and its principal websites include:,,,, and

ATG appoints new editor

22 June 2015

Noelle McElhatton has been appointed editor of Antiques Trade Gazette, replacing Ivan Macquisten who has left the magazine to establish a media consultancy.

ATG at Art Antiques London in June

08 June 2015

Antiques Trade Gazette will be at Art Antiques London this week and next week. Come and meet the team at the fair’s preview day (entrance by invitation only) on Thursday June 11 and on Monday June 15 from 11am.

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ATG launches prize for Kingston’s MA students

09 February 2015

The best dissertation by a student on the Masters course in Art Appraisal (Professional Practice) at Kingston University will win a prize courtesy of Antiques Trade Gazette.

Live online auctions reflect trends in trust and confidence

16 April 2013

ATG’s sister operation,, is the UK market leader in providing live online auction platforms and reflects the upward trends.


ATG Media win European award for innovation and technology

30 April 2012

ATG Media, parent company of Antiques Trade Gazette has been named as one of the Top 100 companies in Europe in the Red Herring Awards, which celebrate innovation and technology in business.

ATG readers spend £1.1bn on art and antiques a year

31 August 2010

ATG readers spend £1.1bn a year on art and antiques, £800m of it at auction.

Green award for ATG

28 June 2010

ANTIQUES Trade Gazette has won a Green Apple media award for its promotion of the Antiques Are Green campaign.

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Green campaign chooses logo

18 September 2009

FOLLOWING the recent online vote by ATG readers and by readers of BBC Homes and Antiques magazine, the logo shown here has emerged as the favourite amongst trade and public and has been officially adopted by the UK Antiques are Green campaign.

Charity football match

01 September 2009

The annual Auctioneers vs. Dealers charity football match sponsored by ATG will be taking place on Friday, September 4 in Roehampton.

Launch of new industry award

20 May 2009

ATG Media have launched an award to find the Best Auctioneer on the Internet.


ATG Media aim to fill vacuum left by eBay Live Auctions

09 February 2009

ATG Media have launched their bid to replace eBay as the primary provider of live online auctions. There have been several companies jockeying for position since the demise of eBay Live Auctions at the end of last year, but ATG Media, who also own Antiques Trade Gazette, argue that their new partnership scheme offers the best deal.


Asian Art In London prizewinners

17 November 2008

It was all smiles as ATG Editor-in-Chief Mark Bridge presented the awards to the prizewinners at the Asian Art In London champagne gala reception at the Victoria and Albert Museum on November 4.

ATG management buy-out

06 October 2008

Antiques Trade Gazette and all its ancillary businesses have been acquired from parent company dmgworldmedia in a management buy-out.


It was Bonhams and ATG columnist who first raised alarm over Greenhalgh fakes

03 December 2007

THE British Museum were credited with uncovering the fraud that led to the jailing of serial faker Shaun Greenhalgh two weeks ago, while auction houses and the trade were criticised for selling his work.


ATG Asian Art award winners

12 November 2007

There were winners all round as Asian Art In London celebrated its tenth anniversary with a gala party in the Hotung Gallery of the British Museum last Tuesday.

ATG websites receive guide’s five-star rating

22 October 2007

THE Good Web Guide has just published its review of the Antiques Trade Gazette websites, including, and given them a five-star rating.


New-look Bermondsey on track for the end of 2008

02 April 2007

Southwark Council have confirmed to ATG that the building works in Bermondsey Square are on schedule for completion by Spring 2008.

Official Receiver to investigate rogue bidder

22 January 2007

A STRING of auction houses have come forward to tell of unpaid lots by rogue bidder Mark Wilson since ATG reported the issue.

Bloomsbury prove themselves top swots

05 December 2005

Christie’s and ATG teams follow in close second on quiz night

Trendsetters look to ATG and antiques for their inspiration

27 July 2005

WHETHER you’re in Holland Park, Marylebone or Covent Garden in August, you may spot something unusual in the shop window at Cath Kidston, the popular design company specialising in fabrics, jewellery, china and accessories.