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Bassenge Auctions

Invaluable Seller since 2003

Galerie Bassenge traces it's roots back to the end of WWII, when a Jewish man opened the first gallery to preserve the historical antiques, artworks, and collectibles nearly destroyed by the war. Since that time, Galerie Bassenge has grown in prominence and prestige in the auction industry. The rich German history behind the gallery has contributed to the business practices and quality of items offered at auction.

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Erdener Straße 5a

Berlin, Germany


Upcoming Auctions from Bassenge Auctions (7)


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Paintings (15th to early 20th Century)

May 30, 2024 11:00 AM CET

Berlin, Germany


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Traumzeit – Max Klinger, Otto Greiner and German Symbolism

May 30, 2024 4:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany


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16th – 19th Century Drawings

May 31, 2024 11:00 AM CET

Berlin, Germany


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Modern and Contemporary Art II

May 31, 2024 3:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany


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Modern and Contemporary Art I and Special Section "Art Squared"

June 1, 2024 3:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany


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19th 21st Century Photography

June 5, 2024 3:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany


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Artists at Auction from Bassenge Auctions

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Reinier Zeeman2 available items
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Frans van den Wyngaerde1 available item
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Heinrich Watmann1 available item
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Anthonie Waterloo1 available item
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About Bassenge Auctions

Biography

Galerie Bassenge traces it's roots back to the end of WWII, when a Jewish man opened the first gallery to preserve the historical antiques, artworks, and collectibles nearly destroyed by the war. Since that time, Galerie Bassenge has grown in prominence and prestige in the auction industry. The rich German history behind the gallery has contributed to the business practices and quality of items offered at auction.


As one of the oldest auction houses in Berlin, Galerie Bassenge has a long history in auctioning valuables, antiques, and collectables. Since 1995, the gallery has conducted more than 130 auctions. Certain notable collections from the gallery even garnered media attention.


In 2012, the auction house headlined with the sale of a complete set of 14 paintings created around 1921 by members of the Bauhaus. The Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles purchased the collection for $132,000. Today, Galerie Bassenge offers live auction online bidding through Invaluable.com to buyers around the world.


Services & Staff

The Galerie Bassenge auction house organizes auction items by three categories: book auctions, art, and photography. Each department represents a careful selection of rare, valuable, and historically important pieces with varied countries of origin. The books may include geography, rare autographed books, literature, or other written works. The fine art department encompasses 15th to 21st century works, including drawings paintings, prints, and sculptures. In the photo department, bidders can find photographs dating back to the 15th century, or photograph related items.


Each department is staffed by specialists and experts with education and experience in auctions and dealing with antiques and collectables. Several of the department heads and specialists even have doctorates in their field. Whether looking for a specific book, autograph, photograph, or fine artwork, the experts at Galerie Bassenge will provide exceptional service to bidders.

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