Derby firm's 100th auction behind closed doors is watched by 500 viewers on internet

The 100th auction was held behind closed doors but watched by 500 viewers on the internet.The 100th auction was held behind closed doors but watched by 500 viewers on the internet.
The 100th auction was held behind closed doors but watched by 500 viewers on the internet. | Other 3rd Party
Hundreds of people tuned in to watch a company’s 100th auction in Derby – the first that it has held behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Just a few staff members of SDL Auctions Graham Penny were in attendance as managing director and auctioneer Andrew Parker took to the rostrum in the firm’s head office.

The 500 viewers who tuned in on the internet saw more than £2.6m raised for property sellers including a cottage in Long Row, Belper, which sold for £153,000.

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