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Hospices of Sonoma Barrel Auction Sets Another New Record; More Than $450,000 Raised for Four Charities

Hospices of Sonoma Barrel Auction Sets Another New Record; More Than $450,000 Raised for Four Charities

. April 24, 2007

America’s largest and most prestigious Pinot Noir barrel auction, Hospices of Sonoma, set a new record Saturday night, raising more than $450,000 for charity. Winning bids at this year’s auction were up an average of 30% over the 2006 event, which earned $350,000. The top three wine lots were Kosta Browne at a record $24,000 […]

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University of Illinois to Expand Benefits from Wright Endowment; Auction Proceeds Will Continue to Fully Fund ACES Scholarships

University of Illinois to Expand Benefits from Wright Endowment; Auction Proceeds Will Continue to Fully Fund ACES Scholarships

. April 24, 2007

In 1943 the late Illinois senator Harry G. Wright gifted farmland in DeKalb County to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to be used to promote agricultural education and fund agricultural scholarships and fellowships in the College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES). The increase in land values in that area in the intervening […]

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Garden Glory at Bonhams This June

Garden Glory at Bonhams This June

. April 23, 2007

This summer, the glory of the garden comes to London as Bonhams prepares to hold its inaugural Garden Sale at 101 New Bond Street on 6 June 2007. The auction will include works of art and artefacts of horticultural interest from a cross-section of disciplines, including pictures, prints, ceramics, glass, books, furniture, garden statuary, silver, […]

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cMarket Cements Its Position as Largest Provider of Online Charity Auctions with 2,000th Event

cMarket Cements Its Position as Largest Provider of Online Charity Auctions with 2,000th Event

. April 23, 2007

cMarket, the nation’s largest provider of online fundraising auction events and parent to www.BiddingForGood.com, today announced that it has launched its 2,000th auction, making it the “category leader” as the company that has run the most fundraising auction events on the web. The company is set to keep this mantle, with a pipeline of another […]

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Rare Collection of Early Australian Heritage Objects To Go Under the Hammer in Sydney

Rare Collection of Early Australian Heritage Objects To Go Under the Hammer in Sydney

. April 23, 2007

Sunday 29 April Neville lives at “Happy Valley” in rural NSW and established a purpose built museum on the family property to house the large collection which until now has been open to the general public only by appointment. “This is the first time a collection of this nature has ever been offered for auction”, […]

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