How do auctioneers do what they do?
Meet some of the best in the business, including a 102 year-old auctioneer - America’s oldest.
Plus, hear what it was like for the guy who auctioned off that $28 million seat on the rocket ship, New Shepard.
And find out what happens when a lead charity auctioneer for Christie’s teams up with Bruce Springsteen.
Finally, find out how Chion did when she tried her hand at auctioneering for the first time!
- Steve Little has been an auctioneer for 31 years, most notably as the man with the gavel for the $28 million auction for a seat on “New Shepard”, the space shuttle created by Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin
- Lydia Fenet is an auctioneer and International Director of Strategic Partnerships at Christie’s. She’s also the author of The Most Powerful Woman in the Room Is YOU
- Bertram Boyum, 102 of Rushford, MN, is the oldest active auctioneer in America
- Ralph Labazzo of Golden Gavel Auctions in East Windsor, CT, has been an auctioneer and appraiser for over 20 years
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