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To make sure the seller bears some of the cost of auctioning but not selling an item, auctioneers usually charge the seller a fee on unsold items. This fee is often a percentage of the reserve price set by the seller, which obviously gives the seller an incentive to keep the reserve price low. In addition, some auction houses will not allow a seller to put up an easily recognized item for resale until some time has passed. Sometimes it is claimed that when an advertised item goes unsold its future value will be affected.
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Indd 18 19/05/2011 16:33 2 Art auctions Orley Ashenfelter and Kathryn Graddy Works of art and culture are sold by many means. These include transactions between dealers and their customers, auctions with open outcry, and even, occasionally, sealedbid auctions. However, the standard procedure for establishing art valuations is most commonly the English auction, where prices ascend in open bidding. 1 Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Phillips and the other English auction houses have invented and refined these rules over two centuries, and they are now common in many other parts of the world.
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