auctioneer

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auctioneer

a person who conducts an auction by announcing the lots and controlling the bidding
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Jasper,' resumes the auctioneer, producing his scrap of manuscript, 'Mrs.
THOMAS SAPSEA, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ESTATE AGENT, &c.
The auctioneer inclines his head, as one accepting his due and giving a receipt; and invites the entering Durdles to take off that glass of wine (handing the same), for it will warm him.
The stentorian tones of the auctioneer, calling out to clear the way, now announced that the sale was about to commence.
Come, now, young un," said the auctioneer, giving the boy a touch with his hammer, "be up and show your springs, now.
His fine figure, alert limbs, and bright face, raised an instant competition, and half a dozen bids simultaneously met the ear of the auctioneer.
Rabourdin and his wife believed in the mysterious protector to whom the auctioneer alluded.
com)-- Auction Professionals David Bradshaw, CAI, AARE, Justin McQuary, and Rick Eberhart recently received their Auction Marketing Management (AMM) designations from the National Auctioneers Association's Education Institute.
AUCTIONEERS for mortgaged property auctions will be assigned randomly via an electronic selection system at the interior ministry, according to the auctioning regulations tabled by the government in a joint House finance and interior committee session on Monday.
Auctioneer shall be registered with the Commonwealth of Virginia and shall be certified by the Virginia Auctioneers Board as a Certified Virginia Auctioneer.
Raucher Brothers Auctioneers, Klem's Consignment Auction, 117 West Main St.
ANEW competition for auctioneers is being launched as part of a major farming event organised by the Hexham-based National Beef Association.