I really enjoy doing this and I have been doing it for 30 years now. Here are a couple of pictures from the early stages of games being brought in to sell at the auction. We started selling at 6pm and finished about 12:30am and wrapped up the paperwork about 1:30am. Its a long night and I trade of duties with 2 other auctioneers although I lost one of them part way through the evening, I may have sold him. So I did the bulk of the selling. The high point, this year was selling an unpunched copy of SPI's Campaign for North Africa for $250. That's always fun!
|Looking forward towards the crowd. We opened up the air wall when it was closer to the start time.|
|Looking towards the back. We stack the sold lots on the double stacks of tables along the back and side walls.|