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CAI 1 Class Complete and We are Back at Work

It has been our privilege to attend CAI (Certified Auctioneer Institute) for our 1st year with amazing auctioneers from around the country.

CAI – Certified Auctioneers Institute… 183 more words


Remington iLight Keeps the Hair at Bay

Have you ever had laser hair removal? If so, you know that it’s expensive, time-consuming, and even painful! Well, all of those things won’t trouble you if you invest in a… 518 more words



Well, what a pretty job that is.  Let’s see, first we’ll sort what you want to sell, at $12.00 an hour, and we anticipate at least 80 hours.   157 more words


Auctions, Images, Press Releases and Other Stuff

This post is going to be in several parts. First off some good links for you to follow up, then a bit about yesterday’s auction, then an account of an evening’s bridge, then today, all interleaved with some pictures. 521 more words

Forklifts, Order Pickers, Office Equipment, Kitchen Equipment and More


Remaining Assets of Grant’s Appliances

Forklifts, Order Pickers, Office Equipment, Kitchen Equipment and More

Auction Closes: Wednesday, April 1st at 11:00AM CST

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Is This the World's Most Expensive Picasso?

Christie’s is making two bold moves this spring: it’s adding a curated sale to its annual May roster, and it will be offering a historically significant work by Pablo Picasso with a stunning estimate of $140 million—one of the highest estimates for a work of art, ever. 744 more words

This Picasso could sell for more than $140 million and become the most expensive work ever sold at auction

NEW YORK — A radiant masterpiece by Pablo Picasso from the 1950s will lead an auction in May where it could top $140 million.

“Women of Algiers (Version O)” will be offered at Christie’s on May 11. 287 more words