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The site also holds a mock auction so first-time users can practice bidding.
To promote the second full length the band held a mock auction for their tour van, Tim.
But did their chat become a mock auction?
To make sure that the bidders were in fact ready to go, the auctioneers held a mock auction before the real bidding began.
To avoid interfering with genuine auctions, the Act includes a complex and detailed definition of a mock auction.
Mr. Woolley conducts mock auctions, too, using catalogues from past sales.
By conducting mock auctions, potential auctioneers realize how easy it is to be thrown by problems.
Mock auction catalogs are regularly presented to prospective sellers by both houses to try to win a consignment.
It makes it an offence to promote or conduct or assist in the conduct of a mock auction.
In 19th Century New York, mock auctions revolved around the sale of cigars, horses and high quality furniture.
For example, performance artists held a mock auction yesterday afternoon outside Sotheby's, the auction house on York Avenue.
The Act defines a mock auction as an auction where persons are invited to buy goods by way of competitive bidding and:
Sotheby's specialists walk participants through the entire process, ending with a mock auction at which the audience bids for make-believe treasures with funny money.
A Mock auction is a scam usually operated in a street market, disposal sale or similar environment, where cheap and low quality goods are sold at high prices by a team of confidence tricksters.
Attempts to pass an Act regulating mock auctions started in 1928, with the Mock Auctions Bill introduced by Lord Gorell.
The tank was then "sold" to the highest bidder in a mock auction outside the fair in front of the press in order to highlight the lack of controls over the arms trade.
The second Mock Auctions Bill was introduced to Parliament by a group of MPs including Norman Dodds, and received the Royal Assent on 27 July 1961.
In fact, the city's two glittering high-end houses - Sotheby's and Christie's - have launched aggressive campaigns to bring in the average person, with teaching programs, mock auctions and promotional receptions.
The Mock Auctions Act 1961 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that regulated mock auctions.
Those being trained have to give presentations before they even get to the podium, and once they do they are videotaped conducting mock auctions in front of experts who purposely cause as many problems as possible.
A whisper passed among the elder collegians that he had been seen at a mock auction in Moorfields, pretending to buy plated articles for massive silver, and paying for them with the greatest liberality in bank notes; but it never reached her ears.
A detailed description of how the Mock Auction works is available in Colin Clark and Trevor Pinch (1995) 'The Hard Sell: The language and Lessons of Streetwise Marketing', published by HarperCollins, Chapter 10.