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auctioneer

a person who conducts an auction by announcing the lots and controlling the bidding
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The elder Nicholls went on to graduate from the Reisch Auctioneering School —now the World Wide College of Auctioneering in Mason City, Iowa — and then founded his Fredericksburg, Va.
Cronje, who has been part of the Agra livestock team since February 2012, scored 92% in the stock judging category, 100% in the category of theoretical knowledge and 77% with his auctioneering skills, totaling 89.
In a world that is in a constant state of evolution and reinvention, live auctioneering has the rare distinction of being a trade that has played a significant role in the sale of goods for thousands of years.
A small number of schools throughout the country offer auctioneering programs.
HANDLING: Auctioneering practices are to come under Dail scrutiny
New Auction Guidance Notes have just been launched including updated information and new sections on VAT, online bidding and on auctioneering in Scotland.
The auctioneering will be done by Baltimore-based Michael Fox Auctioneers, and New America Network will gather and screen prospective properties and market the event.
The CAA exists to promote the auction method of marketing through professional and ethical auctioneering practices in the Colorado region.
One sold the world record-breaking Limousin bull Fabio for 120,000 guineas at Carlisle earlier this year, and all three are being fast-tracked to become experts in the field of pedigree auctioneering.
Eighty-three of the world's top male and female bid-calling auctioneers competed and were judged on their presentation, chant, voice timbre, body language, interview answers and other performance elements of effective auctioneering.