auction house

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: 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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com websites receive more than 20,000 visits daily, and sent more than 35 million email alerts in 2007 matching bidders' collecting preferences with lots available for sale by its auction house partners.
With the buyer's premium paid to the auction house, the Field paid a grand total of $8,362,500.
On any given day, Barnebys curates more than 400,000 available objects from 1,000+ international auction houses and dealers.
Colin West, of Auction House, said: "I liken the Negotiator Awards to the Oscars; they are eagerly awaited and the winners have all delivered standout performances.
The firm has been Sandwell's auction house of choice for 15 years.
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 specified limit.
The auction house, which suffered substantial fire damage in December 2011, has benefited from a signifi-cant PS500,000 investment to create a modern facility capable of marketing in excess of 20,000 cars and commercial vehicles per year.
In a post on the game's official website, Hight said that the studio is still "working out the details of how the auction house system will be shut down," and added that it will be happen on March 18, 2014.
Auction House Hawkins beat off top industry contenders including the NAEA, ARLA and other estate agents and letting agency franchises, in the category of association, marketing or affinity organisation.
The best runner from his ill-fated sire Exbourne's 80 foals, Auction House was trained by Barry Hills for his breeder Khalid Abdullah to win the Acomb and Champane Stakes at two, and also to split Mujahid and Stravinsky when second in the Dewhurst Stakes.
singer, and according to auction house Bonhams and Goodman this was the first Jackson glove to go on sale since he died in June at the age of 50.
Currently airing, The Dick Clark Auction Preview is an hour-long special that investigates the highlights of the sale via interviews with stars like Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS; and authorities including Rolling Stone magazine contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis, and Arlan Ettinger, owner of Guernsey's Auction House.