I was speaking with a professional auction house last week and they posed a very valid question.
"Do we really need to still have paper catalogs for auctions?"
With the internet as prevalent as it is and with the speed of publishing coupled with the agility of putting up pictures; do we still need to kill trees to do auctions?
I think I will post the question on the tinplate forums as well. I don't really think we need paper as much as we used to. Any thoughts?
Paper takes huge amounts of time for auction houses to put together, is static and costs the firms huge sums of cash. It costs me $25 every time I need to buy one of these things. I'm not sure they are necessary anymore.
I'm thinking a poll may be in order.