Behind The Scenes Of The Auction Setup

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Setting up an auction. It takes a lot of work, and most importantly, it takes a great crew!

I will briefly take you through the process.



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Social media…love it or hate it…I love it!

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Social Media. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and whatever flavour of the week the kids are using. Most of us use it, some of us hate it, but for the most part, it’s become almost essential in our lives.
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Questions…maybe answers?

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It’s been a little while since I posted a blog, but lately there just haven’t been enough hours in the day!

However, I am all set for the upcoming antique auction, so I have a few minutes 😊

I spend a lot of time discussing the antique market with buyers and sellers.

Of course, I don’t have all the answers, but I do have a few thoughts.
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Best Wishes As We Wrap Up Another Year!

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  I will make this entry short (relatively).  I just want to thank everyone for their support throughout 2018.
As more auctions go on-line, I am more determined to make our “LIVE” auctions even better!

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It’s all about the numbers!

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I am a bit of a geek when it comes to my webpage. I like the numbers, google analytics, the kind of stuff that bores most people. However, the numbers do explain what’s happening in the antique market. (more…)

Changing antique market…changing tastes.

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A big part of my business is discussing the current antique market with potential consignors. I have to explain what is selling, and what is not selling. (more…)

22nd Anniversary Auction Coming Up…A Few Reflections.

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Another anniversary auction rolling around….Saturday July 28 2018 in Pottageville, will mark our 22nd year of auctions. (more…)

Honesty…not always what someone wants to hear, but it’s the right thing.

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I am going to write about something I have written about before, but I think it is worth repeating.

Some may question why I do what I sometimes do, but hopefully this will explain it.
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