How to use reserve price in a sentence
Most of Ightham’s contents went in a three-day sale in October 1951, but the house itself failed to make its reserve price at auction.How Wealthy American Expats Transformed the British Aristocracy | Adrian Tinniswood | September 21, 2021 | Time
The auctioneer's idea of what could constitute a fair reserve price shook, but did not quite overthrow her.The Card, A Story Of Adventure In The Five Towns | Arnold Bennett
We have no reserve means of subsistence, and cannot, therefore, stand off for a 'reserve price.'
The biddings failed to p. 43reach the reserve price and the property was withdrawn at £950.Summer Days in Shakespeare Land | Charles G. Harper
British Dictionary definitions for reserve price
the minimum price acceptable to the owner of property being auctioned or sold: Also called (esp Scot and US): upset price
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