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Banksy Marketplace

Welcome to the Banksy Marketplace. 

 

Forum Auctions is the leading auctioneer worldwide for Banksy multiples and editions. Following our first dedicated Banksy auction in October 2016, we have sold over 150 artworks by the artist, chalking up 32 world record auction prices and realising more than £2,100,000 ($3,000,000) in sales. Our December 2017 Banksy NYC auction alone established 10 new record prices for the artist, including £103,000 ($137,500) for a signed example of the nation’s favourite image, Girl with Balloon, and £42,000 ($56,000) for Christ with Shopping Bags

 

With an unparalleled 95% sell-through rate, alongside our standard 21-day payment terms, Forum Auctions is undoubtedly the go-to house for consigning your Banksy artworks. In most cases we are also able to arrange pre-auction financing on your consigned works, at up to 50%* of the auction estimate. 

 

Below you will find the complete listing of the artist’s published editions. Click through on ‘Full Details’ for statistics, including total edition sizes, numbers of signed and unsigned examples, and further details on proofs (where known). Each listing also includes our recommended auction estimates for signed and unsigned examples, presuming the work in your possession is in excellent condition and accompanied by certificate of authenticity issued by Pest Control Office. If this is not the case, our Specialists are very accustomed to applying for CoAs on behalf of vendors, as well as providing guidance on how to best add value in restoring works. Just click the ‘Enquire’ button to submit details of your requests. 

 

Our extensive database of Banksy collectors and dealers undoubtedly puts us in a strong position to negotiate discrete private sales on your behalf, should you consider this preferable to selling at auction.

We hope you enjoy using this innovative tool and welcome your enquiries and feedback.

*financing is offered by Unbolted.com, a trading name of Open Access Finance Ltd authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)