Philip Weiss Auctions Brings Three-Day Event Live Online on Proxibid Proxibid, the world’s largest provider of live auction webcasting services, today announced that it has been selected by Philip Weiss Auctions to bring a major three-day auction to online bidders acro
News-Antique.com - Sep 03,2009 - Omaha, NE – September 3, 2009 – Proxibid, the world’s largest provider of live auction webcasting services, today announced that it has been selected by Philip Weiss Auctions to bring a major three-day auction to online bidders across the globe. Beginning Friday, September 11 and continuing through the weekend, bidders can log on and bid from anywhere in the world on antique toys, trains and collectibles, as well as estate material, fine art and furniture. Auction registration and pre-bidding are already available by visiting www.proxibid.com/pwauctions.
More than 1,600 lots will cross the block during this three-day live auction webcast. With so many items to choose from, bidders will want to register and place their pre-bids as soon as possible.
Friday, September 11 at 4:00 p.m. EDT
More than 600 lots of vintage toy soldiers including Britains, Mignots, Barclays, Courtenays and more will be available for live online bidding during this auction. Also included in this live auction webcast are soldiers from the Bill Christensen collection.
Saturday, September 12 at 10:00 a.m. EDT
Items from dozens of estates will be available for live online bidding during this auction. Nearly 500 lots of toys and trains will cross the auction block. The highlight of the day will no doubt be two original comic strip drawings by Charles Schulz.
Sunday, September 13 at 10:00 a.m. EDT
More than 600 lots of estate material including paintings by many artists, porcelains and bronze art and vintage furniture will be featured in this live auction webcast. One of the world’s largest pearls, weighing in at five pounds, will be a key item of interest during this event.
“With so many terrific items to choose from, collectors of every type from across the globe will want to log on and bid online in this auction,” said auctioneer Philip Weiss. “Certainly the five pound pearl will generate some interest, and with online bidding, it could really go to anyone, anywhere.”
For more information about this auction, to register to bid, or to leave a pre-bid, please visit www.proxibid.com/pwauctions.
Since 2002, Proxibid has webcast more than 20,000 auctions – more than any other company in the industry. Proxibid’s proprietary live Internet bidding service and Web site were developed by auctioneers and industry-leading professionals to provide our bidders with the most user-friendly and comprehensive live online auction experience possible.
Proxibid’s customer service and support is unmatched in the industry. The company’s toll-free support center is open before, during and after every live auction, and is staffed with bi-lingual auction specialists who assist both bidders and auctioneers. For more information about Proxibid, please visit us online at www.proxibid.com.