Able to be or worthy of realistically being auctioned especially for a substantial amount of money; aesthetically pleasing or desirable. (adjective)
Examples of word auctionable
An exciting pilot project is underway in London England which is sure to increase the police forces quantity of auctionable goods:
Writer Clifford Meth, with the approval of Gene's wife Adrienne, is organizing a fund-raising auction over at his Everyone's Wrong and I'm Right blog and seeking auctionable signed books, art and other goods from any professional willing to contribute.
In the New Web World, each page and user that makes up a website, is becoming an auctionable asset: With technology facilitating the markeplace that sources the advertiser who will pay the most for the result they want; There are going to be some quantum shifts local and brand advertising budgets.
Be-sides its auctionable, all about crime and libel!
Assuming a screenplay is auctionable, strategy is then drawn up, including a list of targeted buyers; elements that might be added, as in packaging; and how marketplace response will be communicated from buyer to buyer.