November, 2009

Great American Group(R) to Conduct Major Construction Equipment Auction

Great American Group(R) to Conduct Major Construction Equipment Auction

Great American Group (OTCBB: GAMR), a leading provider of asset disposition, valuation and appraisal services, announced the successful disposition at public auction of all construction, transportation, and related equipment assets formerly of U-Brothers Equipment Rentals. Great American Group had been contracted by a secured party to perform a total dispersal of this significant rental equipment […]

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National Liquidators Raises $2,021,000 from Auction of Bernard Madoff Yachts

National Liquidators Raises $2,021,000 from Auction of Bernard Madoff Yachts

Bidders paid a total of $2.021 million in an auction held by National Liquidators of three vessels previously owned by Bernard Madoff, a yacht belonging to Frank DiPasquali, Madoff’s former CFO, and a Mercedes Benz convertible formerly owned by Ruth Madoff. The auction was held at National Liquidators’ marina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. National Liquidators […]

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Louis Vuitton Auction Raises 495,000 to Benefit the Red Cross

Louis Vuitton Auction Raises 495,000 to Benefit the Red Cross

The Louis Vuitton auction co-hosted by Sotheby’s London at its New Bond Street premises, sold seven Special Orders, created by masters of savoir-faire, were sold for a total of £495,000. All proceeds from this auction will be donated to the Nigerien Red Cross Fighting Malnutrition Programme. This programme aims to contribute to the reduction of […]

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Sotheby’s “Zero Art” Sale

Sotheby’s “Zero Art” Sale

Sotheby’s February sale of 49 works from the so-called “Zero Art” movement from the private collection of Gerhard and Anna Lenz are expected to fetch more than 12 million pounds ($20.2 million) and will form part of the auctioneer’s London contemporary art sale in 2010. The pieces on offer include works by leading contemporary and […]

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