After a solemn pause, Mr. Glossin offered the upset price for the lands and barony of Ellangowan.
Suppose we should fix the upset price at—at five hundred francs?
Gomeron's upset price for himself was twenty-five thousand crowns in cash, and a pension of eight thousand a year.
We had put a high figure on our improvements, and we purchased the land at the upset price of £6/10/- per half acre.
He had bidden her in under a misapprehension of the upset price, and she was put back for sale again.
The first man that stayed his hunger was so glad that he gave her a dollar, and that became her upset price.
Lands not sold at auction may afterwards be purchased at the upset price on payment of the whole purchase money.
Some one is appointed by the state to draw up plans and specifications of the work to be done, and to fix and "upset price."
Cash Freehold Lots are sold at auction to the highest qualified bidder, at appraised value as upset price.
The contract is then offered at auction, and the lowest bidder under this upset price takes it.