auction house


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Noun1.auction house - a firm that conducts auctionsauction house - a firm that conducts auctions  
business firm, firm, house - the members of a business organization that owns or operates one or more establishments; "he worked for a brokerage house"
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Nationally, the Auction House network offered 279 lots across its 30 auction rooms last month, with 218 sold at a success rate of 78%, raising PS23m.
The sedate mood of the auction house changed immediately as the first item in the lot came up for bidding - Barrow's 17-jewel, 10-carat gold-filled Elgin pocket watch.
Auction House Tees Valley contributed to the group which sold more than 2,000 lots last year nationally and raised over PS200m for sellers, from 146 auctions held in 28 venues across the country.
Auction House beat off top industry contenders in the category of Association, Marketing or Affinity Organisation.
Particularly in New York, many of the auction houses look intimidating.
JOINING FORCES: Pictured from left: Jim Johnsone, from Auction House Tees Valley, Janice Drummond, and Jamie Drummond
Auction House offers a wide range of residential and commercial lots plus land and investments.
The firm, which includes Auction House Tees Valley, held 41 auctions in 17 locations around the UK between January and June this year, selling a total of 451 lots, at a success rate of 69%.
The Bahrain-based auction house is currently preparing for its next annual event which will be held in January 2018 and is considered to be the biggest event on its calendar.
If you're worried about this, get someone to bid for you, or bid by proxy, where you authorise the auction house to bid on your behalf up to a specied limit.
If you're worried about this, get someone to bid for you or authorise the auction house to bid on your behalf up to a specified limit.