Anton Heyboer





A new website; a personal account; a higher chance of success!

Welcome to the new website of the Venduehuis.

2018 is a year of changes at the Venduehuis: we are introducing a different auction calendar with more special auctions, and we will transition to a new online system. This new system will make following auctions as well as buying and selling items much easier for you.

You will be able to access our entire system using just one account, which you can use to place bids before the auction begins as well as live during the auction. You will also be able to place bids in our online-exclusive auctions, including that of 15 to 29 January and all subsequent Vendue Next Door auctions.


Komende veilingen

Online Only – January 2018

15-29 January | 2018

Winterauction – February 2018

21 and 22 Februari 2018

Vendue Next Door – February 2018

12 - 26 februari 2018

Online Exclusive – Art on Paper – January 2018

In our first auction of 2018, a varied selection of art on paper will be sold. This auction includes etchings by Marius Bauer and Anton Pieck amongst others. Other notable art on paper includes work of Corneille, Ton Pape, Karel Appel, and Cole Morgan.

The auction commences on Monday 15 January and ends on Monday 29 January starting 8 p.m.

Op 21 en 22 februari  vindt de winterveiling plaats.
Deze veiling in de Nobelzaal kent een gevarieerd aanbod van kunst en antiek.

– vrijdag 16 februari 10:00 – 16:00 uur
– zaterdag 17 februari 12:00 – 16:00 uur
– zondag 18 februari 12:00 – 16:00 uur
– maandag 19 februari 10:00 – 16:00 uur

Maandag 12 februari om 12:00 uur start de eerste Vendue Next Door veiling van 2018.
Deze veiling eindigt maandag 26 februari vanaf 20:00 uur.

Iedere 5 minuten lopen 20 lots af. De tijd wordt met vijf minuten verlengd mocht er in de laatste vijf minuten nog een bod zijn geplaatst.

De kijkdagen voor deze online veiling zijn als volgt:
– vrijdag 16 februari 10:00 – 16:00 uur
– zaterdag 17 februari 12:00 – 16:00 uur
– zondag 18 februari 12:00 – 16:00 uur
– maandag 19 februari 10:00 – 16:00 uur

Upcoming auction:
Online Only - Werken op Papier - 15 tot en met 29 januari 2018


A selection of this auction

Lot 5

Willem Witsen (1860-1923)

Gezicht op de grachten in Amsterdam ets (zonder lijst, no. 8), 23x18 cm

Lot 7

Marius Bauer (1867-1932)

Een drukke dag in de bazaar ets (zonder lijst), 10,5x27,5 cm

Lot 23

Ton Pape (1916-2003) (15x)

Diverse florale textielontwerpen 14x gouache op papier en 1x kleurpotlood op papier (gemonteerd op een dikke papieren drager), circa 50x40 cm

Lot 32

Anton Heyboer (1924-2005)

'me have goin THROUGH the life' gemengde techniek en fotocollage op papier, zonder lijst, 70,5x100 cm

Lot 56

Kees van Bohemen (1928-1985)

Tentoonstellingsaffiche Houtrusthallen 17 april-7 mei 1958, Den Haag Zeefdruk met gouache op papier, 49x33,5 cm

Lot 62

Cole Morgan (1950)

Like father like son zeefdruk in kleur, oplage89/250, 69x50 cm (met lijst: 100x75 cm)




Results Van Stockum’s Auction

During our successful book and print auction of Van Stockum's Auctions, a number of lots have achieved surprising results.


Autumn Auction Retrospective

We are delighted to share with you some of the highlights of our Autumn Auction on 15, 16, and 17 November. As usual, the three-day auction began with the category paintings. On Wednesday 15 November, all eyes were on the five playful St Bernard puppies by Otto Eerelman (1839–1926). As expected, the lot received significant attention even though its size – 128 x 89 cm – made it difficult to place. The romantic scene, painted in 1902, yielded 52,080 euro including premium.

Venduehuis der Notarissen

The Venduehuis der Notarissen will officially celebrate its 200-year anniversary in 2012 as an Auction House in The Hague. Before then, public sales of properties, farms, land, and household effects were organized by the City’s Auctioneers. The auction house was established in September 1811, when The Netherlands were conquered by the French Empire and fully integrated in 1810. The Netherlands came under the administration of the French judicial system. This resulted in further public sales being held under the supervision of a Notary Public.

The Association of Notary Publics in the city of The Hague were the first in the Netherlands to establish the “Venduehuis der Notarissen”. In January 1812 the first auction was held in the present building in the Nobelstraat. The Auction house is now – and always has been – owned by the Association of Notary Publics in The Hague. However they are not the only users of the Auction House. Anyone can buy and sell items other than real estate through our Auction House. The right to buy/sell real estate lies exclusively with the Notary Publics.

Meet our experts to discover what the Venduehuis can offer you. We will be happy to advise you about appraisals and consignment, so that you are able to make the best possible decision about your valuables.