News-Antique.com - Sep 12,2012 - Allston, MA: Artfact, the leading live auction software, tools, and services provider, announced today three days of Discovery and Estate auctions at Rago Arts and Auction Center that will be presented live for online participation and bidding on Artfact.com. Rago Arts and Auction Center will be donating proceeds from a portion of the lots sold to Philadelphia’s Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA), a non-profit dedicated to feeding those with critical, life-threatening illness.
The three days of auctions will begin with a Discovery Auction on Friday, September 14 at 11 AM, EST. The first session consists of 681 lots, and is currently open for bidding on Artfact. The second session begins on Saturday, September 15 at 11 AM, EST, and consists of 625 lots, with proceeds from twenty-six (cataloged as lots 974-999) of the lots donated to MANNA. The third and final day features 692 lots from the Rago September Great Estates Auction.
Auction catalogs are available by visiting Artfact and clicking on the Rago Arts and Auction Center listings page. To find similar auctions and view over 50 million auction price results, visit Artfact.com and search the industry’s leading past prices database.
Artfact provides web-based software, tools and services that connect 25,000 auctioneers with more than 23 million bidders in the world’s largest live auctions marketplace. Artfact’s three websites—Artfact.com, AuctionZip.com and Invaluable.com—list collectibles, art, antiques, real estate, equipment and estate auctions. Auctioneers rely on Artfact’s proven online bidding and auction management software to simulcast their live auctions online. Artfact is privately held and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. Visit www.Artfact.com for more information.