Beauty of a domain right?
HA.com, short for Heritage Auctions, is platform where they auction off all sorts of collectibles, including domains (at least in the past). I came across the website after my friend asked me if I knew a good place where he could sell some of autographed sports memorabilia.
About Heritage Auctions
Heritage Auctions is the largest collectibles auctioneer and third largest auction house in the world, as well as the largest auction house founded in the U.S. We are also the undisputed Internet leader in our field, with more than 1 million online bidder-members registered on HA.com. This loyal and growing community of collectors is a testament to the usefulness of our website, our reputation for professional business practices and our vast expertise in the field of art and collectibles.
Established in 1976, Heritage offers a wide range of U.S. & World Coins, Rare Currency, Fine & Decorative Art, American Art, Illustration Art, Vintage Comic Books & Comic Art, Movie Posters, Entertainment & Music Memorabilia, Jewelry & Timepieces, Vintage & Couture Handbags, Sports Collectibles, Historical & Political Memorabilia, Rare Books & Manuscripts, American Indian Art, Air & Space Memorabilia, Civil War Memorabilia, Vintage & Contemporary Photography, Nature & Science Specimens, Fine and Rare Wine, URL domain names and other Intellectual Property, Luxury Real Estate and more.
We give our customers unprecedented access to our services by featuring the latest advancements in technology and maintaining a strong presence in the collectibles community.
Our knowledgeable staff of more than 130 experts and 400 additional service-oriented professionals, utilize our suite of services to help our customers develop the best collections possible.
We are always looking to acquire interesting items, whether through consignment or by outright purchase. On average, we spend or disburse millions of dollars every business day while satisfying our clients' demands. Find out why you should consign to a Heritage Auctions .
A few big domain sales took place there in the past, although it seems they haven't run any domain auctions since 2016. It's "possible" they stopped getting new inventory as it seems many of the domains were undersold too: