Where is RR Auction?

Where is RR Auction?

Our Story. Headquartered in Boston, RR is a globally recognized and trusted source for rare manuscripts, autographs, and historic artifacts.

Is RR Auction legit?

Headquartered in Boston’s North End, RR Auction is a globally recognized and trusted source for rare and authentic documents, manuscripts, autographs, and historic artifacts.

Who owns RR Auctions?

Autographs & Manuscripts Bob, RR Auction’s owner and founder, has over 40 years of experience as a worldwide respected autograph and historical document appraiser.

What is a max bid in auction?

The maximum bid is the maximum amount you are willing to pay for an item. Maximum bids are also referred to as proxy bids.

How much is Elvis Presley’s signature worth?

Yes. APPRAISER: And it’s a really good signature. For an average Elvis signature on a piece of paper like this, this signature would probably sell for about $1,000 to $1,500.

How do maximum bids work?

Here’s how it works: You must be registered and approved to bid with the auctioneer for your max bid to be valid. If another bidder has a max bid higher than yours, this would also cause the bidding to jump up to your max bid. If the bidding passes your maximum amount, then you may miss out on winning the item.

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What does enter maximum bid on eBay mean?

Entering your Maximum Bid eBay automatically bids the correct amount on your behalf to make you the new highest bidder, up to the maximum figure you specified. If other bidders haven’t matched your maximum bid by the end of the bidding period, you may get the item for a lower price.

How much is Adolf Hitler’s signature worth?

Greeting cards with Hitler’s signature, written or stamped, have been offered for sale on the Internet for a few thousand dollars to up to about $20,000. An autographed copy of Hitler’s book “Mein Kampf” made headlines in 2014 when it sold at auction for $64,850.

What is shill bidding mean?

Shill bidding in English auction is the deliberate placing bids on the seller’s behalf to artificially drive up the price of his auctioned item. Shill bidding has been known to occur in auctions of high-value items like art and antiques where bidders’ valuations differ and the seller’s payoff from fraud is high.