March, 2008

Bid & Hammer invites consignments for auction Focus on Modern & Contemporary Indian Paintings

Bid & Hammer invites consignments for auction Focus on Modern & Contemporary Indian Paintings

Following the recent success of its inaugural auction, Bid & Hammer has announced that it is accepting works for its next auction to be held in Bangalore on 6th June, 2008. Bid & Hammer has already sourced paintings by leading artists such as J. Swaminathan, B. Prabha, M.F. Husain, F.N. Souza and Ganesh Haloi amongst […]

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Bakery Industry Set for Shake-Up – Auction Sales Aid Innovation in Sector

Bakery Industry Set for Shake-Up – Auction Sales Aid Innovation in Sector

Bath, United Kingdom – Pro Auction have a number of auction sales to conduct within the bakery sector that includes the sale of the former JG Ross premises at Inverurie, following relocation to the new state of the art bakery site and the bakery plant of AC Skelton in Hull following acquisition of the company […]

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IndustrialSAVER Launches Electric Motors and Transmissions On-Line Auction

IndustrialSAVER Launches Electric Motors and Transmissions On-Line Auction

Boston, MA – IndustrialSAVER.com, publisher of B2B trade sites and publications for industrial buyers and suppliers announced last night during the company’s monthly meeting the launch of its Electric Motors Auction and marketplace. According to Roland Grenier, spokesman for the company, the new marketplace serves as a meeting point for companies and professionals seeking to […]

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Thimbleby & Shorland Reading Carriage Sale

Thimbleby & Shorland Reading Carriage Sale

The world famous Reading Carriage Sales have been in operation for over 40 years. There are now four sales annually in Reading with an additional one each summer in the Midlands. Over the years, carriages, sets of harness, sundry accoutrements and anything related to the art of carriage driving have been bought and sold by […]

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