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TIPS FOR BUYING AND SELLING AT AUCTION
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GOVERNMENT AUCTION HANDBOOK
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JULY AUCTION HIGHLIGHT
Henry Aldridge and Son, Devizes. Saturday 28th July.
Henry Aldridge and Son, the world's leading auctioneers of Titanic memorabilia hold their second of three sales this year to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic....
  
 
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THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN'
"An auctioneer, if he is to be successful, must perforce give the impression of a cheerful, optimistic individual, inspiring confidence in his views." My own experience of auction houses suggests that not all members of the profession have taken this advice on board....
  
OLD CHESTNUTS, NEW WINE
At a swanky cocktail party in Atlanta, a beautiful woman - not quite in the first flush of youth - rushes into the kitchen and grabs the arm of the straight-backed Southern gentleman who is standing in the corner nursing his mint julep. "Your wife - your wife just called me a common streetwalker!" sobs the woman. "Now don't fret about it," replies the Southern gent, putting a comforting arm around her shoulder. "I've been retired from the army for twenty years and she still calls me Colonel"....
  
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Growing pains

Too much demand is as serious for a business as too little. Indeed, how you manage a surge in orders when it arrives can make or break your business. Here are some tips on how to take advantage when demand spikes....
  
 
 
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