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The username and password for Arcadja Auctions CANNOT be used.
No registration is required to get assistance from our staff.
However, you can become a user in order to view your submitted ticket history.

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Registration on Auctions
Registering on Auctions is convenient: the completely free registration on the Auctions portal allows you to benefit immediately from advantages with respect to unregistered users. Besides the features which are normally available, once you have registered you will be able to view upcoming auctions complete with images, carry out searches by artist, examine the works and most importantly consult the last month's hammer prices.
Registering on Auctions is very simple. If you want to register, click on the register link which appears in the top left corner of Auctions' home page , as shown in the figure below.

In the new page you will find the registration form, where you should enter the information requested:
  • e-mail address which has to be valid and will not be disclosed to anybody without your permission;
  • a secret password that only you know (you will be asked to enter it twice to avoid possible typing errors);
  • the language you wish to be contacted in;
  • your country of provenance;
  • the acceptance of the Terms and Conditions (which you can consult by clicking on the link Terms and Conditions).
When you have finished filling in the form the Register button will be activated: click on this button to send the details entered on the registration form.
In the following figure you will see the blank registration form

while in the figure below the registration form has been filled in simulating an American user.
If no errors have occurred, the page of Registration successfully completed will appear, as shown in the following figure:
To complete the registration process, it is necessary to activate the account just created.
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