July, 2007

Art Auction to Help Preserve Natural Areas in Central Indiana

Art Auction to Help Preserve Natural Areas in Central Indiana

Art collectors and conservationists can support the preservation of natural areas in central Indiana this Friday and Saturday, July 27th and July 28th, at the “Preserving Nature” art show and sale, held at Wickliff & Associates Auctioneers, Inc., in Carmel, IN. Fifteen award-winning landscape artists, most from Indiana, have created a collection of thirty paintings […]

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Auction Industry Report Projects Continued Positive Growth

Auction Industry Report Projects Continued Positive Growth

During the “State of the Industry” forum at the 58th International Auctioneers Association Conference and Show in San Diego, the National Auctioneers Association (NAA) unveiled industry projections for 2007. The industry survey was conducted by MORPACE International and projected the industry to grow $7.6 billion in 2007. If the current trend continues, analysts project industry […]

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BONHAMS TO SELL COLLECTION OF THE MOST DECORATED ROYAL NAVY RESERVE OFFICER OF ALL TIME

BONHAMS TO SELL COLLECTION OF THE MOST DECORATED ROYAL NAVY RESERVE OFFICER OF ALL TIME

Bonhams will be selling a Collection of Royal Navy items belonging to the late Reserve Officer, Commander Norman Morley DSC listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the most decorated Reserve Officer of all time. The collection includes an 1827 pattern Naval Officer’s Sword, the commander’s shoulder boards and his medals containing for instance […]

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Manheim Hosts First-ever Mobile Home Sale

Manheim Hosts First-ever Mobile Home Sale

Manheim’s Fort Worth Vehicle Auction hosted its first-ever mobile home sale on July 12, helping to sell all of the units offered by CIT, a key customer. “CIT provided us with a great opportunity to sell their units, and we are thrilled about the results they achieved,” said Patti Bailey, Fort Worth Vehicle Auction general […]

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