Skinny tie tells me that it was found in a storage locker in 2011 and auctioned for $2.1 million.
On Sunday, some 125 extraterrestrial rocks will be auctioned off.
In early December she auctioned herself off for $10,000 to make and serve dinner at her home for 10 people .
The largest D color flawless diamond ever auctioned, the 101.73 carat jewel is expected to fetch at least $20 million.
A group of unseen watercolor fruit studies by Salvador Dalí are going to be auctioned on June 18 at Bonham's in London.
These are taken to Ghijiga, and there auctioned off to the highest bidder.
Yes, madam, everything: they are all to be auctioned at Dycer's to-day.
His job was to wash their faces and hands and fix their hair—comb and cut and braid their hair and dress them to be auctioned off.
When they auctioned them off they would come, pick out what they wanted to sell next and fill them blocks again.
The next time they put me up in a wagon and auctioned me off.
"a sale by increase of bids," 1590s, from Latin auctionem (nominative auctio) "an increasing sale, auction, public sale," noun of action from past participle stem of augere "to increase," from PIE root *aug- "to increase" (see augment). In northern England and Scotland, called a roup. In the U.S., something is sold at auction; in England, by auction.
1807, from auction (n.). Related: Auctioned; auctioning.