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Long weekend brunch: how to choose an engagement ring?

Another year another Monaco Grand Prix has flown by, Memorial Day Weekend in the US has come and gone, Africa Day celebrations in Namibia and Zambia, as well as a public holiday in London – it is now back to reality, and a speedy four day work week. 287 more words


Final Preparations for Tomorrow's Auction


This will be a briefer than usual post as I have less to share than usual (I set off for work this morning part way through a post, which I will finish this evening once I have got home. 209 more words


There will come a day when I sit down to write this post and Auction clearance rates have plummeted, buyer sentiment has hit rock-bottom and the idea of buying property in Sydney has become ever so slightly less desirable. 166 more words

Thomas Merriman

Gender equals sales

By Alexandra Nelson

First call … second call … any more takers for this beautiful property? When my hand hits the contract it’s officially sold. Third and final call …going, going, going. 1,937 more words


Amoskeag Auction No. 106

They have posted their latest auction catalog online.  Plenty of things to look at.

Not to many 03 Springfield sporters that caught my eye.  But I did see a few nice Krags. 86 more words

Auction breaks two world records

INTERNATIONAL auctioneers Coys smashed two world records by selling a 1984 Jaguar XJ6 SIII for £31,860 and a 1972 Saab 96 V4 for £16,800 at their Ascot auction on Saturday. 120 more words


As Auctions Go Digital, Hackers Set Their Sights On Buyers' Data

Auction bidders know the drill: You look through an auction catalogue and find something that’s a must-have. You make a decisison on how high to go, how much desire for the object overwhelms price concerns—the pulse-racing stuff of being a collector. 1,334 more words