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Precious pieces of history – Queensborough women's history

I received a truly wonderful Queensborough-themed gift a while back, one that moved me almost to tears. Actually, excise that “almost.” There were tears. And it is high time I told you about it. 1,508 more words

Oiling the Ebay Gears

I have been selling online for years often with click bank products. That is another ball game full of intensive amounts of work and often with little amounts of profit unless you were moving mountains worth of products. 169 more words

Auctions

Best of British on show at Sandown Park

THE real diversity of Britain’s motoring heritage can be seen in the entries for Barons’ annual British Heritage Sale at Sandown Park on September 2. 718 more words

Cars

Racecourse Auction Success

Yesterday James and Sons of Fakenham had their August auction at Fakenham Racecourse, and the day went very smoothly. The database system that has been 16 months in the development process is now functioning very well for purpose – at no time was I more than about 10 lots behind the action, meaning that I was able to produce invoices without many delays. 84 more words

Auctions and weather

One thing that auctioneers learn early in their careers is to adapt to the weather. Are tents going to be needed? Will the parking lot of grass be usable? 474 more words

Auction

Salem needs a (real) Tavern

There are three bar-restaurants in Salem with the name “Tavern”: the Tavern at the Hawthorne Hotel, the Village Tavern, and the Tavern in the Square. None of these places are really taverns. 524 more words

History

With Spring in Your Step

Don’t let the miserable Sydney weather fool you, Spring is just about here, with Saturday marking the last auction day before the infamous selling season kicks into gear. 302 more words

Real Estate