Reserve prices

The reserve price is the minimum price that an auctioneer is able to sell a lot for. If the reserve price is not met, the lot will not sell. Most auction houses do not indicate the reserve price on the listing. If you'd like to know, it would be best to reach out to the auction house directly. 

By default, reserve prices are not revealed by the LiveAuctioneers system.

Some auction houses may reveal if an item has a reserve or if an item has not yet met its reserve, but this is at the sole discretion of the auction house.
Please note: Auction houses do not have to alert buyers if an item has a reserve price.

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