Activities Sports & Athletics Online Auction Websites Buying or Selling ? Share PINTEREST Email Print Sports & Athletics Other Activities Collecting Cigars Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Learn More By Barbara Crews Barbara Crews is a lifelong collector who was featured on A&E for her collections. She has contributed to Antique Trader, Today’s Vintage, and more. our editorial process Barbara Crews Updated March 17, 2017 There are numerous online auction web sites, some that you list yourself - think eBay, others that are operated on consignment. If you're looking to add to your collection or perhaps start selling it, these are often a good option to consider, especially if the collection is valuable. Also check search engines, such as Google by doing a search for your particular collectible with the term "online auction" to see what else pops up that might be more specialized and a better fit. Tips Is the auction house an appropriate place to buy or sell your collection? Do they sell similar items?Look at completed auctions to find out what prices were realized.Check listing, completed auction fees and other extra costs to make sure there are no surprises.When buying, be sure to factor in the Buyers Premium to avoid unpleasant surprises when you win the auction. Online Auctions Bertoia AuctionsIf you're into vintage and antique toys, this auction house is a must on your list. This auction house deals in high quality items, produces beautiful catalogs and is worth a visit. If your collection is particularly noteworthy, this would be one of several auction houses I would chat with before making a decision on where to sell items.eBay The biggest and best auction online for collectibles. If you can't find it here, it probably isn't available or doesn't exist. eBay Stores Open a "store" on eBay, it will show up in auction listings and related searches. Gallery of History Also includes a direct purchase web site. Hakes One of my favorite spots to shop. This is one of the first places I would check about consigning my collection for auction. Check out their schedule and order a free catalog of the next auction. They specialize in everything from toys to political buttons. Heritage Auction Galleries Sports, movies, autographs, coins, comics and jewelry -- Heritage sells it all. One of the biggies and one of the best with lots of resource information on the web site. Morphy Auctions Lots of advertising, toys and antique holiday items have been sold on through this company. I've been a customer throughout the years and they always do a good job. Profiles in History Wonderful Hollywood memorabilia including movie props and autographs. R & R Auction R & R conducts a monthly auction offering approximately 2000 items of historical, Hollywood, art, literature, notables, sports and music autographs, memorabilia and ephemera. The company, solely owned by Bob Eaton, has been in business for over 20 years and is based in New Hampshire. Eaton originally started collecting autographed photos and has turned his hobby into a successful enterprise. Raynors' Historical Collectible Auctions Specializes in all aspects of Americana. Serious Toyz Toys, diecast and animation art are a few of the categories.