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Market data archive for antiques and collectibles PriceMiner now has more than 25 million pricing records, making it the largest source of historical prices in this area, says the company behind PriceMiner, GoAntiques.
"Since introducing PriceMiner two years ago, it has been adopted by amateurs and professionals alike as one of the most reliable sources of historical pricing information," said Jim Kamnikar, GoAntiques.com president and chief executive officer. "PriceMiner is the first product to combine historical pricing information from multiple sources with GoAntiques.com’s vast archive of art, antiques and collectibles sales information."
Originally created for consumers and antique industry professionals, GoAntiques.com also offers custom versions of PriceMiner tailored for specific business applications, such as libraries and the insurance industry.
Online auction research service PriceMiner has signed agreements with a number of offline auction houses to include their historical pricing information in their research database. The auction house data, combined with information already available from eBay, GoAntiques and TIAS.com expands PriceMiner's database to more than 20 million records on the sales of art, collectibles and antiques, more than 13 million of which have photos.
Estates-On-Line.com have revised their pricing, with a basic listing service for free, entry-level consignment management for $24.95 per month, and a business plan at $49.95 per month. All plans include Froogle uploads, direct launching to eBay, sales reporting, and automatic generation of USPS shipping labels.