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From Munich around the world

Sold to the The Middle East:

Extraordinary natural pearl and diamond
pendant earrings

Overall length: ca. 4.5 cm, overall weight: ca. 14.8 g

sold for € 1.234.302,- incl. Premium

Sold to Russia:

Pieter Brueghel the Younger,
1564 Brussels – 1638 Antwerp

VILLAGE SCENE WITH ST MICHAEL INN
Oil on canvas, 117.5 x 164.3 cm

sold for € 1.165.555,- incl. Premium

Sold to Morocco:

A large book collection

A book collection comprising 1,002 volumes from the 18th century

sold for € 310.753 ,- incl. Premium

Sold to The Middle East:

Pair of large, rare maiolica bowls,
probably from the Patanazzi workshop

Height: 22.3 cm, width: 50 cm, depth: 46.5 cm

sold for € 635.000,- incl. Premium

Sold to Belgium:

Lucas Cranach the Elder
1472 Kronach – 1553 Weimar, workshop

THREE-QUARTER PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN
Oil on oak panel, the reverse reinforced with a second oak panel, 40 x 27 cm

sold for € 316.200,- incl. Premium

Sold to Israel:

Large diamond solitaire ring

21 ct, weight: ca. 11.1 g, Ring size 53/54

sold for € 268.972,- incl. Premium

Sold to the Czech Republic:

Hermès Birkin Bag 35 cm "Taupe"

Height: 25 cm, width: 35 cm, depth: 18 cm

sold for € 16.380,- incl. Premium

Sold to Austria:

Louis Vuitton "Steamer Trunk"

Ca. 58 x 100 x 55 cm

sold for € 12.600,- incl. Premium

Sold to Germany:

Friedensreich Hundertwasser,
1928 Vienna – 2000 Queen Elisabeth II

NOSTALGIA FOR THE BEYOND – A SPIRALOID, 1958
Oil, egg tempera, soot tar and casein on canvas, relined, 66 x 79 cm

sold for € 416.625,- incl. Premium

Sold to South America:

Friedrich Nerly the Elder,
1807 Erfurt – 1878 Venice

ST MARK’S SQUARE IN MOONLIT VENICE
Oil on canvas, 81 x 111.5 cm

sold for € 304.800,- incl. Premium

Sold to Central America:

Jan van Kessel the Elder,
ca. 1626 Antwerp – 1679 Antwerp

INSECTS, SHELLS AND BUTTERFLIES
Oil on copper, 17 x 22.5 cm

sold for € 185.925,- incl. Premium

Sold to China:

Large Shakyamuni sculpture

Height: ca. 65.5 cm

sold for € 48.830,- incl. Premium

HAMPEL FINE ART AUCTIONS
Success story

For many years now, HAMPEL Fine Art Auctions has ranked among the world’s most important international hubs for fine art, antiques and luxuries.

The auction house was founded in 1989 and quickly achieved initial success on the regional market. The hugely successful auction of the art objects and inventory of The Munich Grand Hotel Continental in 1994 was well covered by the media, putting HAMPEL on the map far beyond Munich.

In 2005, owing to previous successes and a reputation for its high representational qualities, HAMPEL was entrusted (in preference to long-established auction houses) with the sale of probably the largest private collection of works by the Berlin artist Max Liebermann.

HAMPEL excelled early on with its focus on Old Masters and gradually added new departments. Thus, today’s auctions also include premium works of modern art, great antiques and sculptures, exquisite furniture, exclusive wristwatches, jewellery and luxury objects.

With its broad selection of high-quality art objects and numerous top-hammer prices HAMPEL ranks among Europe’s leading auction houses and continues to aim higher.


What makes Hampel special

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Be there live

Experience our auctions worldwide on your smartphone, tablet, iPad or computer! Via livestream you can follow and experience the excitement firsthand – as if you were in the auction room yourself.

Our livestream screen shows the auctioneer, the telephone bidding assistants and, of course, images of the objects for auction, their catalogue numbers and short descriptions. The current bid can be seen in Euro, US dollar, British pound, Japanese yen and Russian rubles at the current rate of the day.

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Catalogues with global reach

All of our catalogues are available as browsing catalogues on the Internet and can be viewed on your computer, smartphone or tablet – just as if you were holding one of our printed catalogues in your hands: the modern and convenient way to catch up on our auctions.

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Online viewing in every detail

In addition, we offer an online database catalogue with high-resolution images. You can zoom in so closely that even the finest craquelure of a painting can be inspected. This way, you can easily view all of our objects online, at any time, from home and right down to the last detail.

All objects can, of course, also be personally viewed in our showrooms at Villa Hampel in advance of the auctions.

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Focussing international

Working internationally helps us in addressing a worldwide audience of consigners and buyers.

We offer multi-lingual customer support from our base in Munich and also from our various agents in Europe.

Our excellent, bilingual catalogues and our perfect Internet presence in popular languages facilitate the successful, international sale in our auction house.

English, French, Italian, Russian, Chinese and Spanish

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Global customer network

We successfully sell objects globally.

Europe, The Middle East, Russia, USA, China, Canada, Africa, South America, India, Thailand, Australia, Japan, et al.


Selling at Hampel

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Your objects at HAMPEL

With pleasure we offer your objects to our international customers. Consigning your objects to us is quick and straightforward. We rank among Europe’s leading auction houses and use our long-standing experience for a successful sale.

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Free appraisal

Use any one of our efficient methods for an appraisal:

  • Send us photos and a short description via post to:
    HAMPEL Fine Art Auctions Munich
    Schellingstr. 44
    D-80799 Munich.
  • Send us photos and a short description via »email.
  • Show us your objects personally at the auction house.
  • For estate liquidations and larger collections we are happy to arrange an appointment on site.

Send us a picture of your object by email

Or have your objects valued on site (here: managing director Vitus Graupner with a work by Renoir)

Our photographer Tomic Zeljko

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Successful sale

Entrust us with the sale of your objects!

These will be inspected, described and professionally photographed in our auction house in Munich and elaborately presented in our catalogues, showrooms and on our website.

Collections and estates are, of course, highlighted by presenting them in a separate catalogue.

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Your auction proceeds

Following a successful sale you can receive your auction proceeds in cash, via cheque or bank transfer.

Simply arrange a date and payment method with our staff.


Buying at Hampel

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Straightforward bidding

Bidding at HAMPEL auctions is simple and transparent.

You can bid online, submit a bidding form in writing, bid by telephone or personally in the auction room.

Take advantage of our livestream to follow the auction live while bidding on the telephone.

Make a bid on our website. On your account, you can place bids online. You can view and change your bids on your account and therefore always stay on top of them.

Alternatively you can also use » our bidding forms


Should you be bidding via telephone, we will call you approximately 10 catalogue numbers before the object that you wish to bid on is called up for sale. Thus, clients do not incur any telephone costs.

As a standard feature during our auctions, 25 telephone bidding assistants support our clients in the following languages:

English, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Russian, Arabic.

Follow our auctions on our livestream!

As though you were bidding directly in the auction room.

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HAMPEL stands for quality

All of our objects are inspected and described by experienced art historians and experts. Wherever possible, information on provenance, relevant literature and comparable examples in museums is given. The catalogue descriptions are based on current scientific knowledge. Furthermore, for the analysis of particular objects, we assign independent institutions to carry out infrared reflectographies and radiograph-, pigment- and material analyses.

This way, we can offer you maximum security when buying.