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You can now buy a Picasso from the private collection of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Written by Zoe Sottile, CNN It’s not just a screen print by German artist Josef Albers. This is a serigraph by German artist Josef Albers that once belonged to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And now fans of the justice, nicknamed RBG and who died in 2020 at the age of 87, can bid on Albers’ screenprint and other unique works of art from his personal collection. The lot includes pieces from Ginsburg’s extensive private collections, including ceramics and drawings by Pablo Picasso, bronze sculptures by Glenna…

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Kansas players ready to cash in thanks to NIL, potentially setting a template for future NCAA title-winning teams

Imagine a world in which every national champion in men’s and women’s basketball – football too – celebrated their swag in ways that brought money to players and allowed them to profit from their achievements. You don’t have to imagine it after all: this world is there. Kansas men’s basketball is poised to set the blueprint for what every national title winner in the three biggest collegiate team sports can and likely will do after every national championship game in the future. As recently reported, the Kansas players will soon…

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Ginsburg’s art, fur coat, awards at auction to benefit opera

WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg liked the cartoon that accompanied an article about her so much that she got a copy from the artist and hung it in her Supreme Court office. This signed and inscribed print by artist Eleanor Davis is among 150 items from Ginsburg’s office and home at Watergate in an online auction to benefit the Washington Opera that will conclude in late April. Also hanging in Ginsburg’s dining room is a terracotta plate by Pablo Picasso, a black mink coat with his name sewn…

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Mennonite Central Committee relief sale in its 54th year

The 54th Annual Mennonite Central Committee Relief Sale had a special purpose this year. The event raises money for ongoing relief efforts to help Ukrainians. The Hutchinson Relief Sale is one of many across North America with donations used by global relief organization MCC to provide water, food and healthcare to people in need. in more than 55 countries. Last year’s MCC sale was held in July instead of the usual April and the sweet German Mennonite dessert, which looks and tastes more like a donut, could not be made…

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Grants make the Range greener and more connected – Hometown Focus

Students explore and interact with the outdoors in Hibbing Washington Elementary School’s Forest Outdoor Classroom, made possible in part by a grant from the Community Sustainability Initiative in 2019. Photos submitted . IRON RANGE – Our region is a little greener, a little better read and a little more connected after a group of innovative people put sustainability grants to work in their communities. Each year, the Iron Range Partnership for Sustainability (IRPS) awards $500 grants to individuals interested in making their communities more sustainable and sustainable. Grants are awarded…

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Holmen Rotary Club to Host Fundraiser Auction |

The Holmen Area Rotary Club will hold its Service Auction fundraiser on Friday evening, May 6 at the luxurious Waterfront in the spacious Cargill Room and Patio. The event begins with a social hour at 5 p.m. and includes an appetizer buffet, live auction of unique items and services, raffles and more. Auctioneer Alex Goodman sets a fun and active pace for the evening. In the past, live auction items have included gourmet cakes, airplane flights, sailing excursions, weekend getaways, special dinners, grass cutting, car detailing and more. more besides.…

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Power of the Purse set for April 28

EAST ALTON – United Way’s Southwest Illinois Division will host its sixth annual Power of the Purse event at 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 28 at Clark Community College’s NO Nelson Campus, 600 Troy Road, Edwardsville. The event includes Bella Milano appetizers, drinks, a silent handbag auction and a live auction with a fashion showcase of designer handbags. Admission is $30 per person with additional sponsorship opportunities available. All proceeds will help local people through the Southwest Illinois Division of United Way of Greater St. Louis. To register or purchase…

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The silver collection is estimated at £20,000 at auction

A man’s lifetime collection of hundreds of silver coins was presented at the specialist Charterhouse auction of silver, jewelery and watches in Sherborne on May 5. Richard Bromell of Charterhouse Auctions said: “This is a fabulous collection of silverware accumulated over many years. “He generally scratched his money-collecting itch by buying coins at auctions around the country with many lots coming from Charterhouse.” The owner, who died recently, spent his life working as a policeman. After retiring, rather than locking up the bad guys, he put the money away. In…

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Arizona Game and Fish Auctions Wildlife Assets

Arizona Game and Fish Holds Auction at 2022 Outdoor Expo The state is auctioning off a variety of wildlife assets, including taxidermy, artwork and animal skulls at the 2022 Outdoor Exposition on April 2-3. FOX 10’s Irene Snyder reports. PHOENIX – Need wood, skins and head supports? The Arizona Department of Game and Fisheries has you covered. The state is auctioning off a variety of wildlife assets including taxidermy, artwork and animal skulls at the 2022 Outdoor Exhibit at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility near I-17 and of the Carefree…

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Parents’ ashes and belongings auctioned off after movers failed to deliver man’s belongings

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT/Gray News) – A man who had lived in Oregon for 25 years decided to cross the country to be closer to his family during the pandemic. Dan Zimmerman landed a job as a medical assistant in Wilmington, put away everything he owned and started looking for a company to help him move in October. Appalled by the initial estimates he received, Zimmerman began selling whatever he could, deciding to keep only sentimental and high-value items he could not part with. At that point, he only had a…

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Online silent auction to raise funds for Ukraine – Lake Country Calendar

(Contributed) Online silent auction to raise funds for Ukraine The online silent auction takes place from March 29 to April 6 The Ukrainian Canadian Volunteer Association (UCVA) is holding a silent auction in Kelowna with all proceeds going to the Ukrainian people. The online silent auction runs from March 29 to April 6 at 12 p.m. Items and local experiences are for sale and include a two night stay at Big White Chalet, one night stay at Penticton Lakeshore Resort, professional…

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An array of wondrous items went under the hammer at the second ‘Auction of Hope’

Organized by the Air Ambulance Agribusiness Group, the inaugural auction took place in April last year and raised a staggering £92,450 for charities. This time around, there are 80 fantastic bundles under the hammer. The farming community is well known for its generous support of charities, as auctioneer Richard Beattie agrees. Register to our daily newsletter Farming Life Today The newsletter mute the noise A pedigree-registered Badgerfaced Texel lamb is just one of the lots to go under the hammer at the Hope Auction “We are simply blown away by…

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On your marks, get set, get ready to party! On Your Mark is set to host an in-person spring gala

STATEN ISLAND, NY — After two long and socially distant years, On Your Mark is gearing up for its spring gala on April 9 at the Hilton Garden Inn, a staple fundraiser for the organization for more than 30 years. In 2021, On Your Mark hosted its first (and hopefully last) virtual Spring Gala, and while it was a great way to keep followers “in the know”, the in-person event is highly anticipated. by many to reconnect with families, friends and community members. More than 500 participants are expected. On…

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Things to do in the Attleboro area and beyond | Best bets

Flower Show returns to the Attleboro Museum of Art “The Gift” by Marilyn Saabye of Narragansett, RI is among the works you will see at the Attleboro Arts Museum Flower Show. The Attleboro Arts Museum’s annual flower show, suspended for two years due to the pandemic, returns Thursday-Sunday March 24-27 for its 24th Spring Celebration. Although health and safety measures have remodeled or halted some of the event’s usual attractions, the 2022 show will include living gardens created by local landscapers/florists, a nature presented on both levels of the museum,…

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Second Annual MHS Art Auction, March 31

MHS art students show off some of the gift baskets that will be auctioned off at the second annual art auction on March 31. Works of art created by students as well as several local artists are also offered. Marlow High School art students will be holding their second annual art auction on March 31 from 6-8 p.m. at the MHS Auditorium. The auction preview will take place from 6-6:30 p.m. and the auction will start at 6:30 p.m. During the preview, guests can view the auction items or stroll…

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Red Cross: Online auction supports vital community services | Lifestyles

Meg Rossman Special for Citizen When help can’t wait, the American Red Cross of Western New York is there. In this Red Cross month in particular, we are focused on celebrating those selfless men and women who carry out our mission every day and whose work would not be possible without the generous support of people like you. Whether it’s fires, floods, blood drives, support for military veterans and their families, or vital training services, the more than 2,100 volunteers who make up 90% of our workforce are there. to…

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Organizers of the annual Greensboro Furniture Auction boast: Best. Selection. Never. | Local

NANCY McLAUGHLIN GREENSBORO — It’s a favorite time of year for bargain hunters and those hiding behind the scenes, as the non-profit Barnabas Network unveils another home furnishings auction. Workers are still opening boxes as they prepare for an online auction that includes leather sofas, lounge chairs and outdoor cooktops. Clubs often bring “ahhs” and squeals of delight. “I took a picture of it this morning,” an excited Judy Caldwell said of a mirrored chest of drawers. Already unpacked is a sea of ​​patio furniture. The Barnabas network began when…

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Vintage World Series tickets sell for $1,265: Lancaster County public sales, March 18, 2022 | Local company

Witman Auctioneers Inc., of Manheim, held an auction of the Dave Jenkins collection on February 8. Several items and prices included: Hancock & Moore leather sofa, $1,375; 1927 and 1960 World Series baseball tickets, $1,265; Oriental rug, $753; 14k gold pocket watch, $660; Lionel engine and tender, $550; Hampden pocket watch, $440; Shenango train china dinner set, $385; Coca-Cola cooler, $385; brass ship’s barometer, $297; Haviland Limoges dinner set, $253; leather rear fender, $242; Mid-Century Danish Stool, $242; porcelain Gulf charts sign, $242; retro chrome table and chairs, $231; and…

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Art auction | Letters to the Editor

The Board of Directors of the International Dark Sky Discovery Center (IDSDC) thanks Jackie Miles for her continued support of our project. In fact, she and her late husband and former mayor, Jerry Miles, were among the very first to join the effort that began nearly seven years ago to have Fountain Hills designated as an international dark sky community. . Many know that the Miles have built up an impressive private art collection over the past few decades. Some of these pieces include miniature versions of some of the…

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Help Ukraine: CHRISTUS accepts donations to help in Kharkiv, Ukraine

Sulfur Springs, Texas, March 14, 2022 – CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulfur Springs has ONE mission: to extend the health ministry of Jesus Christ. By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS® Mother Frances Hospital – Winnsboro| Sulfur Springs, [email protected] Help Ukraine In light of the news of the attacks on Ukraine, we would like to extend the opportunity to help the community of Kharkiv (a city in northeastern Ukraine). One of the hospital associates has a spouse who is from this town and his family is still there. The…

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Rare 1927 Star Irish Pattern Penny at auction in London

A rare penny for Ireland’s first coin soared at the Ten Noonan Webb auction on March 3 in London. The 1927 model penny fetched £17,360 (US$23,153) including 24% acquisition costs, against an estimate of £4,000-5,000 (US$5,335-6,668). The design features a design by Roman sculptor Publio Morbiducci, who was among a list of artists from around the world invited to submit designs as part of a competition to dress the 1928 Irish coin series. The list of guest artists included Ivan Mestrovic, Paul Manship and James Earl Fraser (who declined to…

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Beatles roadie to auction band memorabilia

A collection of Beatles memorabilia belonging to a former roadie and assistant to the band is due to go under the hammer later this month. Items collected by Kevin Harrington during his time with the Fab Four are collectively set to fetch over £10,000 when they go on sale at Omega Auctions in Newton-le-Willows on March 29. Among the lot are a postcard of Sir Ringo Starr, rare John Lennon printed t-shirt designs, photographs and a silver bracelet given to Harrington when he left the band’s Apple Records company. Delighted…

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Silent auction fundraiser ends on Sunday – The Gisborne Herald

Published on March 11, 2022 at 12:12 p.m. It’s time to make your winning bids in the Nick’s Head Charity Fishing Tournament. It’s time to make your winning bids. The Nick’s Head Charity Fishing Tournament silent auction ends at 6pm on Sunday and there are some great items up for grabs. The annual fishing derby was canceled due to Covid-19 but sponsors and others still wanted to support the cause, which raises money for Gisborne Hospital’s Planet Sunshine children’s service and other charities . So, with the help of the…

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#Whatshappening: Trinity Lutheran School is holding a silent online auction until March 20

Trinity Lutheran School in Riverton is holding a silent online auction via March 20 at 9 p.m.. Many local businesses have donated large items to bid on, including: Hot air balloon ride for 2 Items for Wyoming Cowboy Fans Golden Buffalo Silver Bucking Horse Collar Tastefully simple items MakerSpace 307 Family Membership Fremont Toyota Retailer Outdoor adventure package Jewelery Roades Jade Science Kits Ace hardware tools Thirty-one bags Fancy Fusion Glass County 10 Advertising Jordan Essentials Games Have And much more!! Sign up with email and login to bidUse a…

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The Rocky River Police Auction has an interesting range of items

ROCKY RIVER, Ohio – The Rocky River Police Department held a public auction Saturday, March 5 at one of the new police department’s vehicle garages on Hilliard Road. If you’ve never been to a police auction, you might be quite surprised by the range of items – and even more surprised by the low prices. All items were “viewable” for one hour prior to the start of the auction and all items were sold “as is”. Approximately 40-50 people attended the auction and had the opportunity to purchase a wide…

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Spring cleaning: Is your “bric-a-brac” worth a fortune? | At home

Status point If your family is like most, you have “junk” in your basement, garage, or attic, such as sports cards, memorabilia, and toys. Before you throw them away during spring cleaning, consider that the prices of sports cards, games, and other ephemera are skyrocketing. How can you determine if your stuff has value, and if so, how can you sell it? A widely accepted rule for sports cards, memorabilia and toys is that older items are worth more. However, these days, even newer items are also selling for high…

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New York collector Elizabeth Meaders auctions over 20,000 black artifacts

Elizabeth Meaders, a 90-year-old former teacher, will sell her collection of African-American artifacts. Guernsey’s, a New York-based auction house, will lead The Meaders Collection into a single collection on March 15, 2020 at 2:00 PM EST. The Meaders Collection includes artifacts such as baseball legend Satchel Paige’s rocking chair, Klu Klux Klan robe, Revolutionary and Civil War soldier medals, Sammy Davis’ NAACP Spingarn award and more. Meaders says she “designed this collection of American history as a healing and patriotic teaching tool to bridge the gap in knowledge about African-American…

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Planning Quotas for Sound Beginnings Social | Community

Quota of Indiana, Pa. Inc. is actively planning its annual Sound Beginnings Social event from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on March 10 at the Fraternal Order of Eagles, 420 Philadelphia St. The event will benefit local community service initiatives supported by Quota. In its 66 years as an organization, Quota of Indiana has raised thousands of dollars to support local organizations that focus on creating good beginnings in our community for women, children, and deaf, hearing and speech impairments. Tickets to the event are $25 per person and include light hors d’oeuvres…

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THE SUPER JAKE FOUNDATION’S ANNUAL SUPER JAKE RED CAPE GALA RAISES OVER $400,000 FOR CHILDREN WITH CANCER

CHICAGO, March 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Super Jake Foundation, a volunteer-driven 501c3 charity fighting a rare form of childhood cancer called neuroblastoma, today announced its annual fundraiser, the Super Jake Red Carpet Gala, meeting at Classes $400,000 for children with cancer. At Saturday February 12at the Ravinia Ballroom at the Westin in Wheeling, Ill.the event featured a live auction and over 200 silent auction items. The Super Jake Foundation was established in 2005 by the parents and close friends of (Super) Jake Robert Widman. Jake lost his battle with…

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St. Patrick’s Day Committee Benefit Auction Raises $15,000 | Gas

The 28th annual St. Patrick’s Day Committee auction held at Bruff’s Bar & Grill on Friday night raised $15,200 to benefit 13 local organizations. After skipping a year due to COVID-19, the popular event returned with 90 items up for sale in live and silent auctions. Ron Thomas served as master of ceremonies and Dwayne Coble and Victor Edelman of Swift-n-Sure Auctions served as auctioneers. Bidding was hot and heavy for items ranging from fishing trips to culinary experiences to homemade pies. Evora Wheeler’s famous pies fetched $795 amid fierce…

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Fur Rondy events abound with more to come

By Emilie Mesner Update: 45 a few minutes ago Published: 45 a few minutes ago Richard Jackson and Gail Banbury wait for their food during the Fur Rondy celebrations in downtown Anchorage on Saturday, February 26, 2022. The pair wear furs of all types, including wolf, raccoon, skunk, otter of river, the lynx and the fox. (Emily Mesner/DNA) Snow sculptures take shape, funnel cakes are devoured, furs are auctioned by the minute: Fourrure Rondy is officially in full swing. “It’s a fun time to socialize,” said Richard Jackson as he…

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The local library auctions off additional items

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) – A local library is auctioning off items for the public to take home. The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library Foundation is auctioning additional office furniture, equipment and supplies through Curran Miller Auction/Realty, Inc. Auction items can be viewed online or during an in-person visit March 5 at the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library (EVPL) from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. More details about the auction may be found online. The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library Foundation is a 501(c)3 facility that supports the EVPL. The members of the foundation…

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Lauritz.com Group A/S – Interim Report January – December 2021

Lauritz.com Group A/S No. 1/2022Copenhagen, 24 February 2022 In 2021, the Lauritz.com Group business recorded an EBITDA improvement of DKK 8.3 million compared to last year, mainly driven by revenue growth of 8%. In the fourth quarter of 2021, the activity of the Lauritz.com group generated EBITDA in line with last year. Fourth quarter earnings were flat due to higher yielding business in 2021, leaving fourth quarter revenue down 3.2% despite a 7.8% drop in the auction rate and due a cost reduction of 3.6% compared to last year. EBITDA…

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🌱 Pope Appoints Atlanta Priest + $1.5M Reward For Fake ATL Arrest

Hey, Atlanta! Let’s kick off this Wednesday with everything you need to know about Atlanta today. First, today’s weather forecast: A few morning showers. High: 70 Low: 56. One of the easiest ways to connect with local customers and keeping in mind in town is to sponsor the Atlanta Daily. Click here to find out more. Here are today’s top 5 stories in Atlanta: Pope Francis has appointed an Atlanta priest, Jacques E. Fabre, as bishop-elect of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston, following the resignation of Bishop Robert E.…

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Customers select goods at Marietta’s auction | News, Sports, Jobs

Auctioneer Craig Worstell with Beardsley Auction Service of Lowell works to sell a table of merchandise provided by John Weddle during the annual Pickers Auction at the Washington County Fairgrounds on Sunday. (Photo by Candice Black) From left, Ryan Beardsley, Ethan Wiley and Craig Worstell with Beardsley Auction Service accept bids for items at the Pickers Auction at the Washington County Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon. (Photo by Candice Black) Cory and Emma Rush traveled from Zanesville to attend Pickers’ annual auction in Marietta on Sunday afternoon. (Photo…

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Crushed Grapes Wine Tasting Event Raises Money for Pittsburgh’s Sisters Place

Sisters Place helped a teenager and his family find accommodation after a fire so he could focus on his studies. Sisters Place welcomed a homeless mother and her children to provide them with food, shelter and love. Sisters Place became a place of refuge for a mother and her children fleeing domestic violence. “I grew up with a single dad and sometimes we needed a helping hand,” said Melissa Ferraro, CEO of Sisters Place. “When you’re in crisis, all you think about is the present. We help people weather the…

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Gun auctioneer reaches out to Texas for ‘world’s best gun culture’

Illinois collectible firearms dealer, Rock Island Auction Co., prepares to expand into Dallas-Fort Worth to capitalize on growing interest in antique and rare guns and hobby culture Texas firearms. Rock Island Auction, a company based near Moline, Illinois. $121 million in annual sales, is taking over a former Walmart building in Bedford with plans to bring its live and virtual auction events to the area as early as 2023. Rock Island sold notable firearms, including the Colt Single Action Army revolver that John Wayne used in the film. true bravery,…

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Ashdown Foundation auction raises $128,000 for special playground

ASHDOWN, Ark. – The Ashdown Community Foundation raised more than $128,000 to go towards a new playground in town at its 10th annual community auction last Saturday. The event was sponsored by Domtar’s Community Advisory Team and the Ashdown Community Foundation. All proceeds will be used for community development and beautification projects in Ashdown town center and the city park. The initial fundraising goal for this auction was $100,000, which was exceeded. The money raised included a $20,000 donation presented by Jean-Claude Allaire, Ashdown Plant Manager, on behalf of Domtar.…

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Online auction to benefit Afghan refugees to open on Saturday | Community News

BRATTELEBORO — Shop for a cause. The St. Michael’s Episcopal Church Tag Team is hosting an online auction to benefit the St. Michael’s Interfaith Refugee Fund, with bidding open February 19-27. Offering goods, services, artwork and experiences to bid on, the auction will raise funds to facilitate the resettlement of Afghans in the Brattleboro area. According to organizer Liz Vick, “Many families and single adults have just arrived in Vermont and are orienting themselves while living temporarily at SIT. Eventually they will move into more permanent accommodations, but they will…

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ATIF’s NFT Auction Platform Moves to Beta Testing Stage

LOS ANGELES, February 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — ATIF Holdings Limited (NASDAQ: ATIF, the “Company” or “ATIF”), a holding group providing business and financial advice in Asia and North America, announced that internal testing and user feedback of the Alpha testing phase of its NFT platform has been successful. The NFT platform has been optimized for a wider user base and has entered the beta testing phase. The product and development team will then evaluate feedback from public users to further improve its user interface (UI), functionality, and security. Beta testing…

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Upcoming Events for February 10, 2022 | Lifestyles

Non-profit organizations and agencies are encouraged to submit upcoming events and activities for publication in the Journal. Email [email protected] or [email protected] by Monday noon for Thursday posting. Join a historian from Friends of the Cedar Mountain Battlefield (FCMB) for a guided walking tour of the battlefield and learn about the August 9, 1862 encounter in which Confederate troops under General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson fought prevailed over Federal troops under General Nathaniel Banks at the cost of 3,800 men killed or wounded. The tour will take place on Saturday, February 12,…

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The point of no return: how auctions help tackle excess inventory – London Business News

The grim consequences of seasonal shopping are upon us. An expected flood of Christmas returns and January sale items begin to re-enter retail warehouses around the world as unwanted gifts pack mail vans and customer complaints hit email inboxes. emails. Thought to cost businesses around £7billion a year, returns also weigh heavily on the carbon footprint of retail, with factors such as transport, storage and disposal reducing profits and increasing the delivery mileage as well as the potential number of items reaching the landfill. Reprocessing items is a costly task…

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Provincetown Film Society Auction with John Waters, Kathleen Turner

PROVINCETOWN — Filmmaker John Waters has issued an official dinner invitation to 10 as yet undetermined people: Meet Me at the Provincetown Dump. We’ll eat salvaged food prepared by a New York chef, on tables set with damaged cutlery and dead flower arrangements. This ‘once in a lifetime gourmet’ evening in July is the highlight of the Provincetown Film Society’s winter online auction, which opened on Wednesday, raised more than $15,000 in bids in less than 48 hours and ended on Sunday. There are over 100 items on offer, and…

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Community Events Calendar – Havre Daily News

Monday, February 7 Silent auction of book lots from the Friends of the Havre-Hill County Library, opening hours, at the library. Auction items – several book lots covering an assortment of authors and interests – can be viewed at the library. The last bids will be taken on February 17 at noon. Melodious Mondays, with Mary Stevens playing piano at Havre-Hill County Library, 10 a.m., 402 3rd St. It’s free and open to everyone. Lap swimming, 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., community swimming pool…

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Elgin Community Library Celebrates Love Your Library Month

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) – What better way to start your library love month…than by starting with National, bring your child to library day. Jeanne Cook, a member of the Friends of the Elgin Library, said that since the group started in 2011, she and the other Friends have always wanted to involve the community, regardless of age. “They need to know what a valuable resource the public library is, no matter what city you live in or what library you use,” Cook said. “Just the realization that it’s here and…

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Waffle House shooting case goes to jury

NASHVILLE, TENN. —A man who shot and killed four people at a Nashville Waffle House in 2018 was convicted of four counts of first-degree murder on Friday. Travis Reinking, 33, did not dispute the details of the shooting, which was caught on surveillance video and seen by many people. But he had pleaded not guilty on account of insanity. Naked except for a green jacket, Reinking opened fire inside the restaurant just after 3:20 a.m. on April 22, 2018, killing Taurean Sanderlin, 29; Joey Perez, 20; Akilah Dasilva, 23; and…

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eBay: Expand eBay Listings Portfolio with Promoted Listings Express

Creating new opportunities for our sellers to further grow their business is a driving force behind everything we do at eBay Ads. We continue to invest heavily in new technologies to make it easier for sellers of all sizes to manage their online business. Last September, we announced the launch of Promoted Listings AdvancedBETA, our new cost-per-click solution for our sponsored ads portfolio. Since then, we’ve taken another big step in expanding the portfolio with the launch of Promoted Listings Express – our first advertising tool for auction listings. Benefits…

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The auction features chef’s meals, snake hunting, a trip to New York

Through Florida Weekly Staff | to February 02, 2022 GLORIA JORDAN Pace Center for Girls, Lee announced her lineup of auction lots for sale at the Believing in Girls Gala, a favorite blackties fundraising event taking place Saturday, Feb. 5 in Fort Myers. Proceeds from the ‘Under the Stars’ gala evening support the Girls of Pace Lee and its programs, which provide girls and young women with an opportunity for a brighter future through education, counselling, training and development. advocacy. The selection of auction lots includes: ¦ A…

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Annual Magical Mix Kids Auction Runs Virtually Until Friday, February 4 | Things to do

WATERLOO, Iowa (KWL) — The annual Magical Mix Kids Charity Auction is virtual again this year and is currently running through the end of this week. This major fundraising event has been a Cedar Valley staple for 23 years, with Re/Max Home Group as presenting sponsor, as well as Cedar Valley radio station 93.5, The Mix. Again in 2022, due to the ongoing pandemic, the Magical Mix Kids Auction event is taking place virtually, The virtual auction started on Friday January 28 and will end at midnight this Friday February…

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John Lennon’s Son Takes The Beatles To The Metaverse With NFTs

John Lennon’s son, Julian, turns items from his personal collection of Beatles memorabilia into NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, which are sold at auction. The items, which are each one-of-a-kind, include the coat John Lennon wore in the movie “Magical Mystery Tour” and three Gibson guitars the music legend gifted to his son. The centerpiece of the ‘Lennon Connection’ auction are notes written by Paul McCartney for the song ‘Hey Jude’, which was originally titled ‘Hey Jules’ as a letter to 5-year-old Julian when John and his first wife, Cynthia, Julian’s…

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Tate’s Army Night of Testimony on March 5 in Cedar Falls | News

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (KWL) Over the past four and a half years, young Tate Manahl of Cedar Falls has recovered remarkably from life-threatening injuries he sustained in a lawn mower accident. It happened on the evening of August 30, 2017, when Tate, who was only 3 at the time, got caught under the family’s lawnmower and suffered serious injuries that would require more 30 surgeries. Tate spent more than 50 days at Stead Family Children’s Hospital in Iowa City. Since then, the Manahl family has established the Tate’s Army Foundation…

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TAA Launches Inaugural “Off to the Races” Bucket List Experiences Online Auction Campaign

LEXINGTON, Ky.—The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) today announced the launch of “Off to the Races,” an online auction campaign that offers the public the opportunity to bid on VIP experience packages on 12 major race days in 2022 and 2023. Each experience package offers a unique itinerary of horse racing-related activities and tickets for the specified race day(s). Go to https://www.32auctions.com/taa_auction to view and bid on all items. Auctions begin Friday, January 28, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. EST / 9:00 a.m. PST and end Thursday, February 10, 2022 at 2:59…

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Community Notes: ARC Banquet scheduled for February 12

RCA Banquet scheduled for February 12 Tickets are on sale for the inaugural gala and banquet to benefit the work of the nonprofit Arlee Rehabilitation Center (ARC) to bring healing to the youth and animals of the Flathead Preserve. The event will take place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on February 12 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 3720 N. Reserve in Missoula. Join Mayor Engen, members of the Salish community, furry friends, and supporters for an evening of food, music, live and silent auctions, service, and more. Auction items…

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I made £7,000 selling old junk on eBay

A dad who has made over £7,000 on eBay in the last five years has revealed how you could make thousands with your old bric-a-brac. Jamie Irwin, 31, from Northampton, has been selling his unwanted items on the market since the age of 13 alongside his brother, making a tasty sum of £7,000 in as many years. 2 An eBay Expert Has Revealed How You Could Earn Thousands of Dollars From Your Old JunkCredit: Alamy 2 Jamie Irwin has made £7,000 in the past five years selling things on the…

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Scott Register Honored at GBHS Jazz Cat Ball

On December 31, Allison Black Cornelius, CEO of the Greater Birmingham Humane Society, came into work to find a 10-year-old blind Yorkie left in the rain tied to the building overnight. Humane Society workers “already have 200 animals” to care for, Cornelius said. So when Cornelius sees volunteers like Scott Register volunteering their time to help staff and animals, it’s a blessing, she says. “It never fails…that we come here and something amazing happens,” Cornelius said. “It restores your faith.” Cornelius said the job is tough but made easier with…

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Dancing for the Dream Announces 2022 Star Dancers Lineup | News

CLEAR LAKE, Iowa — Dancing for the Dream returns to the Surf Ballroom on March 26 and hopes to raise $55,000 for 43 North Iowa. “The success of this event is because our local ‘stars’ showed up to perform,” says General Manager John Derryberry. “And the 2022 lineup is going to be spectacular. We have survived a few Covid changes over the last 2 years and are planning another successful and fun event. The STAR dancers for 2022 are: Brooke Bailey, MercyOne with Steve Bailey, Century 21 Alyshia Burgmeier, Family…

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Chamber Chatter: Thank you for our best little contest yet | Community

Please excuse my quick interruption of Community Award nominee announcements for this Chamber Chatter on the Shop 2021 Little Contest. We officially closed the contest last week when we drew our grand prize winner. US Bank, our amazing local shopping program sponsor, pulled out a big check for $1,000 in dollars from the contest and helped us congratulate our lucky grand prize winner, Vicki Freehill. The full video of the drawing is available on our House Facebook page for anyone who wants to watch. This year, our community totally knocked…

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Firehouse Art Center nearly triples auction goal, proceeds to help Marshall Fire victims – Boulder Daily Camera

Since the Marshall and Middle Fork fires last month scorched Front Range communities, a number of organizations and citizens have stepped up to offer help, support and comfort. “Longspeak”, by Jon Fukuda, is one of the paintings that has previously sold at the Firehouse Art Center’s Marshall and Middle Fork Fires online art auction. (Jon Fukuda/courtesy photo) From restaurants serving free meals to those affected by the fires as part of Restaurants Revive at the Future Arts Foundation performing a wide range of instruments, the number of creative ways people…

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Online auctions aren’t the best for perishable, unusable items – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

The Nigerian Auctioneers Association (NAA) has urged the Federal Government, Ministries, Agencies and individuals to be careful of online auctions/internet auctions which do not benefit either sellers or buyers. The association’s national president, Alhaji Aliyu Mohammed Kiliya, in a statement made available to Blueprint on Monday, said that “online auctioning or internet auctioning of unusable and perishable items amounts to delay and loss of revenue.This cannot benefit potential sellers or buyers. Specifically, he said online auctions are for special items such as new vehicles, plants and machinery and not for…

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Respond to the Chabad Rebbes Personal Items Auction

Hassidus applied with the rabbi Simon Jacobson: What attitude should we have towards the recent Rebbeim auction of personal items, The Texas hostage crisis, Rosh Hashanah of the Trees, the relevance of Sinai today and the use of a pig’s heart for a human heart transplant. Video MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 388, with Rabbi Simon JacobsonSunday, January 16, 2022 / Shevat 14, 5782 – 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET Chassidu applied at 15 Shevat:o What do we learn from trees?o Should we water our plants on Rosh Hashanah of the Trees? Lessons…

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Konami’s first NFT auction raised over $162,000

Konami’s first NFT auction brought in over $162,000 in sales on Friday. As promised earlier this month, publisher Metal Gear and Silent Hill has auctioned off 14 digital artworks based on classic Castlevania games, as part of its “Konami Memorial NFT Collection” launched to commemorate the 35 years of the series.and birthday. NFTs are unique, non-interchangeable units of data stored on a blockchain (a form of digital ledger), which effectively allow users to own, buy, and sell digital items such as game items or artwork. As of midnight PT /…

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Flutter scheduled for February 3 – The Clanton Advertiser

By Carey Reeder / Special at the Advertiser The Butterfly Bridge Children’s Advocacy Center will host its largest and oldest fundraiser, Flutter, on February 3. The event has become a permanent fixture on the first Thursday in February for the nonprofit organization and will welcome the community to help raise funds for children in Chilton County affected by trauma and abuse. Butterfly Bridge, which celebrates 10 years of advocacy in 2022, works closely with county law enforcement, child protection services and non-offender parents to assist children during the investigative process…

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West Hardin student gives bike to friend | Education

Despite being able to buy an item for himself, a student at West Hardin Middle School decided to spend his Laker Loot money on a bike for his friend instead. At school, students have the opportunity to earn Laker Loot for a variety of actions, including good schoolwork, good attendance, and good deeds that teachers notice throughout the school year. Students can either spend their loot on small items throughout the year in the school store or set it aside for the auction, which takes place twice a year. Auction…

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Ronald McDonald House presents “A Few Good Men” – Press Telegram

On December 2, Ronald McDonald House presented “A Few Good Men”. It was their seventh gala but the first since 2019 – and they haven’t missed a beat. Some 810 guests came to support the winners and the cause. The evening was a spectacular success, raising over $ 840,000. He also celebrated the 10 years of the Ronald McDonald House in Long Beach. A delicious dinner and the delicious antics of the winners were the highlights, as well as the lively auction of auctioneer Randy Gordon. Hat-wearing CEO Cheri Bazley,…

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Antiques and Collectibles: Crochet Rugs Gain Popularity in the Craft Industry | News, Sports, Jobs

No one really knows who made the first crocheted rugs, but most historians believe it was the Vikings. We know that in the early 19th century, floor mats were made in the United States from 9-inch-long pieces of yarn from machines that made rugs. The first rugs that interested American collectors were made at Grenfell Mission, a philanthropic organization founded in 1892 to help residents of Labrador and Newfoundland, Canada. In the 1920s and 1930s, they developed a cottage industry to make and sell handicrafts. The items included knitted items…

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January Art Vernissages: MAM Benefit Auction, Impressions of the ‘Mo’ River | Local news

Here’s a quick guide to art openings in January this month in Missoula. Please note that not all galleries participate during the First Friday hours of this tour. Art auction fundraising exhibition The 2022 Benefit Art Auction exhibition opens this Friday in the Missoula Art Museum’s largest exhibition space, the Carnegie Galleries. The auction, meanwhile, is virtual again this year. They will host live from Carnegie on February 5. Among the 82 pieces, you’ll see pieces from Missoula’s favorites and guest artists from recent MAM exhibitions. Some of the artists…

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UPDATE: Thousands of people raised for tornado victims at auction of items donated to the Pope

All proceeds go to storm victims in Western Kentucky UPDATE: (1/4/21) – Thousands of dollars were raised at an auction to benefit tornado victims in Western Kentucky. The auction is now closed for auction for items donated to Pope Francis when Lexington’s father Jim Sichko visited the Vatican to celebrate Christmas Eve. According to Father Sichko, $ 16,698 was raised. The items, which have passed through the hands of the Pope, include a bottle of bourbon and a basketball signed by UK Wildcats head coach John Calipari. According to Father…

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Trading post numbers J-98 Monday 1/3/22

Trading post numbers for 03/01/2022 (all 573 area code numbers unless otherwise noted) 431-2157 631-3762 783-9420 431-5179 734-6387 915-5072 636-337-5560 327-9068 454-5150 701-3247 482-9887 314-686-9966 330-3070 760-6605 854-1060 631-0642 535-1212 883-6633 546-5308 218-3182 315-9999 282-2268 366-5587 366-9723 783-9555 CLASSIFIED ADS BARGAINING POSITIONSJanuary 3, 2022*** TRADE POST N ° 756-6000 *** *** KJFF TRADING POST AM 1400 9:30 to 10 a.m. 636-937-5005 ****************************************************** ****** ***********DON’T FORGET TO BE BRIEF AND LIMIT YOUR CALLS TO 3 TIMES A WEEK The Trading Post, featured by Patsy’s Furniture in Park Hills… You’ll love shopping…

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AUCTION NOTICE | Legal Notice

NOTICE OF AUCTION Notice is hereby given that a public auction will be held by AAA Self Storage on Saturday January 15, 2022 starting at 10:00 a.m. The sale will relate to personal property seized for non-payment of rent. The sale will take place at 7500 East 34 (Boon) Rd., Cadillac, MI 49601. All sales consist of items in each unit and the property will NOT be sold on an ad hoc basis and the items will not be displayed individually. Each unit must be locked by the buyer. The…

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Pennsylvania Treasury Sells Thousands Of Unclaimed Property At Online Auction | News

Harrisburg, Pa. – In October, the State Treasury auctioned 4,000 unclaimed items, raising more than $ 200,000. According to Pennsylvania State Treasurer Stacy Garrity, the two-day online auction included items such as gold and diamond necklaces, earrings, watches, trucks and cars from collection, collectible cards, rare coins and stamps. “Our first priority is always to return unclaimed property to its rightful owner,” said Garrity. “However, sometimes it is necessary to sell items at auction due to space restrictions in our vault. Cash proceeds from this auction have been cataloged and…

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Tom Brady Jersey, ‘GOAT’ signed QB could now sell for $ 1million

Text size Come together to own a piece of professional football legend. Part of a game day uniform worn, autographed and personalized by star quarterback Tom Brady is on sale at Goldin Auctions, the manager of which expects the item to sell at seven figures. “I wouldn’t be shocked if the sale price hit US $ 1 million,” says Ken Goldin, founder and executive chairman of the collectibles and collectible cards marketplace. “I would be pleasantly surprised. But I wouldn’t be shocked if he approached the million mark. As of…

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Ritchie Bros. sells over $ 41 million worth of equipment at auction in Chehalis, WA

At its recent auction in Chehalis, WA, Ritchie Bros. sold over 2,600 items of equipment and trucks for over 500 owners, generating over $ 41 million in gross transaction value. The online auction took place on December 21 and attracted 9,950 bidders from 58 countries, which marked a 27% year-over-year increase and a new record for the Chehalis site. About 95% of the auction’s assets were purchased by U.S. buyers, of which 33% were by buyers in Washington. The remaining 5% was sold to international buyers from countries such as…

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Stephenson’s January 1 auction features exquisite estate jewelry, silver, mid-century furniture, …

Mogul choker in 14k ruby ​​gold, pearl, turquoise, sapphire, opal and emerald. Estimate of $ 3,000 to $ 5,000Stephenson Auctioneers and Appraisers SOUTHAMPTON, PA – For sixty years, the family-owned Stephenson’s Auctioneers have built an impeccable reputation for selling freshly marketed works of art and antiques from the most elegant estates in the Philadelphia area. Traditionally, their most anticipated event of the year has been their New Year’s Eve auction, which for 2022 will take place on January 1 and will feature high-quality furniture, artwork and personal belongings from residences.…

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South Africa condemns US auctioneers for selling key that kept Nelson Mandela locked up for 18 years

The South African government has condemned an upcoming auction in the United States of the key that kept former South African President Nelson Mandela locked behind bars for nearly 20 years. New York-based auction house Guernsey’s is hosting an online-only auction next month that will see the sale of a number of items that were of significant importance during Mandela’s life. And the key that kept Mandela behind bars on Robben Island is expected to fetch over £ 1million when sold. But today, the South African Minister for Sports, Arts…

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Holiday Events | Serving Carson City for over 150 years

The Churchill County Museum’s open house Sunday featured the Tintabulations. Wednesday 22 December 2021 Holiday closuresMany businesses are closed on Fridays and Saturdays, and state, county, and city government offices are closed on Fridays. Federal government offices are closed Friday. The two post offices resume their usual hours on Monday. Fallon Naval Air Station operates on its vacation schedule.The town of Fallon will not have a garbage pickup on Friday. Those affected will have their garbage picked up on Thursday.Financial institutions are closed on Fridays, but check with your bank…

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Ozzy Osbourne coat among items added to Julien’s Auctions Musi Cares Charity Relief auction

Julien’s auctions announced additional branded items added to the line of celebrity instruments, memorabilia, wardrobe, artwork and more for sale at MusiCares charity auctions which will take place live in Beverly Hills and online at juliensauctions.com on Sunday, January 30, 2022. This official Grammy Week event precedes the 64th Grammy Awards TV show. Profits will benefit MusiCares, the music industry’s premier charity, providing the music community with a health and human service support system covering a range of needs including physical and mental health, addiction recovery, emergencies personal contingencies and…

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Suspect arrested in San Francisco murder, 43 years later

BUENOS AIRES: From a tie to two BMW cars to a box of Cuban cigars – not to mention his parents’ house – nearly 90 items once belonged to Argentine soccer superstar Diego Maradona.All will be put up for virtual auction on Sunday at an international sale organized from Buenos Aires.“Right now we have 1,120 people registered and able to bid on the auction,” Adrian Mercado, the auction’s organizer, told AFP on Saturday.The 87 lots on offer will have minimum bids ranging from $ 50 to $ 900,000, he said.…

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Luxury cars, cigars and a villa among Maradona items on sale Sunday

From a tie to two BMW cars to a box of Cuban cigars – not to mention his parents’ house – nearly 90 items that belonged to late Argentinian football superstar Diego Maradona will go up for virtual auction on Sunday at an international sale. of Buenos Aires. “Right now we have 1,120 people registered and able to bid on the auction,” Adrian Mercado, the auction’s organizer, told AFP on Saturday. The 87 lots on offer will have minimum bids ranging from $ 50 to $ 900,000, he said. The…

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Extensive collection of Christmas items, one big draw at next Frederick auction | Retail

A massive auction taking place this Saturday could be an ideal stopover for last-minute Christmas gifts, with auctioneer Howard Parzow saying this is one of the biggest lots of Christmas memorabilia ever to come. ‘he had never seen them. The auction will be held inside Building No.12 at Frederick Fairgrounds at 797 E. Patrick St., and Parzow and others were busy preparing the space on Thursday afternoon. Dozens of tables lined the building, each filled with a section of the massive collection of Christmas items. Parzow said a significant portion…

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A rare 1965 David Bowie recording at auction

Photo credit: Matthew Davis A British auctioneer said he expected bids in the order of “thousands of dollars” for a rare 1965 recording of David Bowie. Wessex Auction Rooms will sell the vinyl recording of Bowie when he led Davy Jones and the Lower Third. The ’60s song “I Want You Love” was written by John Dee and Jack Tarr and produced by Shel Talmy. The recording itself is a first demo of Bowie, recorded and released by Pretty Things on their 1965 second album Get the Picture. Buyers will…

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