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: antiquestradegazette.com, thesaleroom.com, ibidder.com, bidspotter.com, bidspotter.co.uk and globalauctionplatform.com


New faster ATG online price guide

29 June 2005

ATG have now updated the search capability of the price guide on www.antiquestradegazette.com, and it is infinitely faster than before.

500,000 prices now listed on ATG site

08 March 2005

THE ATG online price guide has notched up more than 500,000 individual prices for items sold at auction.

A bigger picture

28 February 2005

Responding to requests from auctioneers and site users, the pop-up images on antiquestradegazette.com are now bigger.

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CSK win ATG pub quiz

15 December 2004

Hosted by ATG at the City Flogger in the City of London, the event brought together 20 teams from all areas of the art and antiques world for a light-hearted charity event which nevertheless caused some serious head-scratching.

Asian Art award winners

28 October 2004

THE winners of the Asian Art in London Outstanding Work of Art Awards, sponsored by the Antiques Trade Gazette, were announced last week.

Thief jailed thanks to Gazette ad

03 November 2003

A thief who stole garden antiques worth over £34,000 in highly planned operations has been jailed for 15 months after being caught as a result of a Antiques Trade Gazette advertisement.

Outlets where the Antiques Trade Gazette is on sale in London

31 October 2003

For further information on the availability of Antiques Trade Gazette contact the circulation department on 020 7420 6601

Gazette Collection Points

30 October 2003

Due to the postal strike affecting some parts of the UK, Antiques Trade Gazette have activated their network of outlets across the country where it will be possible to pick up a copy of the Gazette. Listed below are the locations who have kindly agreed to be part of the network. Prior to making a journey, we strongly recommend that you confirm the availability of the paper at that location. If you have any further queries, please contact our subscriptions department on 020 7420 6601

More scam letters arrive in the mail

08 September 2003

Scam letters targeting small businesses continue to fall through the letterboxes of Britain’s antiques dealers.The Antiques Trade Gazette has warned in the past of the dubious practices of firms with official-sounding names who ‘offer’ to register dealers under the Data Protection Act for £95.

Sign up for a better online service with the Gazette

01 September 2003

As part of the on-going development of the Gazette website, antiquestradegazette.com is now asking users to log in when using the site. Access to the site and all its services from Lot Find to Price Guide remains free of charge.

Gazette blows the whistle on dealers and auctioneers

01 September 2003

SAVILE Row suits will be swapped for shorts and shirts when dealers and auctioneers meet for a showdown on Friday. But saleroom rivalries will have nothing to do with it as lots make way for shots... at goal.

New way to send them packing

24 July 2003

A PRODUCT design and development company are encouraging the antiques trade to try out an ingenious new packing product they believe is both more effective and environmentally-friendly than traditional methods. Free samples are available to readers of the Antiques Trade Gazette.

Submit questions for ATG’s eBay meeting

21 July 2003

UK site to answer readers’ queries: Dot-com giant eBay have agreed to meet with the Antiques Trade Gazette to answer readers’ questions about buying and selling art, antiques and collectables on the website.

Firm raise the stakes in data protection scam

23 June 2003

FIRMS condemned by the Information Commissioner for trying to scare businesses into paying unnecessary fees for a straightforward service have stepped up their campaign to mislead. The Antiques Trade Gazette has warned of the dubious practices of a number of firms in trying to force the trade to use their services to register under the Data Protection Act.

Many happy returns to Gazette site

09 June 2003

The second birthday of the Gazette’s web site (it was officially launched in May 2001) saw its usage rise to new heights with over 2 million hits and nearly 300,000 pages viewed in a single week.

New guide to export rules

07 April 2003

A NEW guide to exporting cultural goods, to be distributed with next week’s Antiques Trade Gazette, aims to cut through red tape for the trade.

Gazette wins national award

07 April 2003

THE Antiques Trade Gazette has been named as Special Interest Newspaper of the Year in the 2003 Newspaper Awards.

Looking forward to a glorious summer in 2003…

19 March 2003

This year Antiques Trade Gazette will celebrate the British antiques industry with the publication of a high quality magazine titled The Great British Summer. To be published in May, this compendium of art and antiques attractions will embrace many aspects of the trade across Britain in the busy summer months with one simple objective: stimulating the antiques business (auctions, fairs, shops and services) across the United Kingdom.

New service available now

28 May 2002

Why not make life simple? antiquestradegazette.com will now email you each week with details of newly available auction catalogues, together with information on realised prices. What's more, this service is FREE if you register NOW. Email us at info@antiquestradegazette.com with the words Send Auction Listing in the subject line.

Trade warned of cheque con

20 June 2001

A number of dealers have contacted the Antiques Trade Gazette concerning a couple passing false cheques in antique shops across Dorset, Devon, Oxfordshire and Berkshire.

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