Tag: Auction tips

Apollo 11 Lunar Module Timeline Book to Go On Auction

On July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin became the first humans to land on the moon. The journey to space was a long road which is rooted in tensions between America and the Soviet Union called the Cold War. On October 4, 1957 the Soviets launched Sputnik, an intercontinental ballistic missile and the… Read more »

Bidder’s Choice: What Does it Mean?

Definition of Bidders Choice

Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just a beginner, everyone can agree that the extensive vocabulary you hear at an auction can be a little overwhelming. Between the statement, the hammer and the rhythmic chant, there’s a lot to take in, but it’s “bidder’s choice” that quite possibly could be the most essential term you… Read more »

Common Auction Mistakes

Common Auction Mistakes

Advertising on social media In this day and age, you may be tempted to post photos and information about your items on social media ahead of your auction. But this can put the security of your items at risk, as people will be better able to find out where they are located. This can be… Read more »

Auctioneer Terms You’ll Want to Learn

Auctioneer Terms You’ll Want to Know

At auctions, you can expect auctioneers talking a mile a minute and buyers waving their paddles in the air. So how are people able to keep up enough to actually make a bid? Knowing common auctioneer terms can be the key to success. Auction chant                                 Known as “the chant,” auctioneers’ fast-talking styles date back to… Read more »