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Traditional auctions have very strict and long schedules to accommodate publishing catalogues, shipping works to the physical saleroom, and the outdated tradition of only selling specific categories during specific months.
A single plate can be had in the saleroom for around PS30, compared to PS80-120 for rarer Ogilby plates.
John said: "It will be a strange feeling mounting the saleroom rostrum for one last time today and I and many other people will certainly miss it.
It is a shame because it has always been a saleroom.
We are proud that by using our international network of sale locations and the combined talents and experience of our team of dedicated specialists across three international salerooms, we have been able to achieve the best possible results for this remarkable collection," said Jussi Pylkkaanen, president of Christie's Middle East and Europe.
And live online auctions mean that even remote provincial salerooms find they can attract bidders from more than 20 countries at any one time--wherever you are, you're global.
Aston's is one of a growing number of auctioneers in the UK who are using the saleroom.
Bloomsbury Auctions was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in London with salerooms in Rome and New York.
Sales and departments grew rapidly to create more specialist auctions and by 1960 a new saleroom in Lots Road, Chelsea was set up to house this expanding market.
com and look at the fine jewellery we have in next Thursday's auction and then bid from the comfort of an armchair, but don't forget to phone the saleroom for a report of the condition of the lots on which you might bid
It was in fact a Wedgwood planter designed by Christopher Dresser from the Aesthetic Movement and recently fetched the huge sum in a Colwyn Bay saleroom.