Titanic’s last lunch menu expected to fetch up to $70,000 at auction | See full article

More than a century after first-class passengers aboard the Titanic ate grilled mutton chops and custard pudding in an elaborate dining room, the ship’s last luncheon menu is expected to fetch up to $70,000 in an online auction. It’s a rare item from the “unsinkable ship” – only two or three are known to remain.


Snarly Wolf FULLSUIT Auction! (https://www.furbuy.com/auctions/1076173.html)

This fursuit includes a resin head with a metal hinged moving jaw, bodysuit with digitigrade leg padding, deluxe indoor footpaws, tail, and pawgloves. There’s a lot more info on the auction page, so please give it a look!

And please, good furries of Tumblr, it would be a huge help to spread the word so this guy finds a good home. ^^

Less than an hour left to bid on the Kodak Brownie painting (auction ends at 3PM GMT+2) and less than 2 hours to bid on the orangutan painting (ends at 4PM GMT+2). If you’d still like to bid on these, please comment with your bid on the auction posts (these images posted a week ago). 🍁📷

#potluck100pfa #miniature #paintings #auction #kodakbrownie #orangutan (at Buchanan Square, Woodstock)

For sale by auction on September 15, this unrestored, original 1972 Alfa Romeo Montreal, which has covered just 38,000 miles in over 40 years. Whilst the bodywork is in need of renovation, the car is in excellent mechanical condition and the Type 33 V8 engine howls into life at the first turn of the key.  Estimate: £21,000-£25,000

visit www.barons-auctions.com

Courtesy of Half Gallery, New York

Lucien Smith Refocuses On Art Amid the Spectacle

In 2014, the artist Lucien Smith saw his work sell for $389,000 at auction. He landed a solo show at one of the most blue-chip galleries on the Upper East Side, and became a poster child for what was then referred to pejoratively as “Zombie Formalism.” He appeared on multiple lists documenting Bright Young Things and witnessed his father publicly call him a coward. Any way you slice it, that’s a lot for a 25-year-old who had only been selling his work for four years.

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eDrop-off Celebrity Charity Auction

New York Fashion Week, Back to School, Fall—all perfectly good reasons to go on a justified shopping trip! While I’m all about a good wardrobe refresher in celebration of these events, I’m also all about making better choices for society as I get older. So, why not combine the two?!

That’s exactly what we did at eDrop-Off this season to celebrate the rising philanthropic efforts in the fashion industry. So much good can be done with the profits of a pair of Louboutins! Even better—we’re auctioning off some of the coolest items personally donated by celebrities Oprah, Lea Michele, Alexa Chung, Christian Siriano, Giuliana Rancic, and Janie Bryant.

The auction launches Friday, September 4th at 6:00PM/CST and ends September 13th, which means you’ve got plenty of time to bid on an amazing piece owned by a celeb (HELLO!), and feel even better about doing it, too. 100% of each sale goes to the celebrity’s charity of choice and gets shipped off to the buyer with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the star. Total win!

After her breakout performance in the hit Fox series, Glee, Lea Michele has also received Golden Globe, Emmy, and Teen Choice Award nominations, among many others. Her career skyrocketed and she has released several popular songs in her musical career.

Lea personally donated a collection of seven dresses, one worn in her music video “Cannonball” and another in “On My Way,” with 100% of her proceeds being donated to Step Up Women’s Network.  Step Up inspires professional women to inspire teen girls through after-school and mentorship program by introducing girls to many women in various industries who’ve made different choices. ( pink dress worn Michael Kors Host A Luncheon Benefiting The Saban Free Clinic - September 20, 2011)

source: http://corrimcfadden.com/2015/09/edrop-celebrity-charity-auction/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=edrop-celebrity-charity-auction

another source, InStyle: http://www.instyle.com/news/oprah-lea-micheles-designer-charity-auction

–Auction for Cats that need your help–If you’ve had your eye on my ‘fancy’ owl stones and want to contribute to a good cause, please click the link below and check out this auction to help two feral kitties (a mother and son) and hopefully give them a chance at a happier, safer life. You can bid on the posts! Thank you for looking!


Only 2 more hours left to bid on week 13’s Earth painting (auction ends at 4PM GMT+2), and 3 more hours left to bid on “The Old Man and the Sea” (auction ends at 5PM GMT+2). If you’d still like to bid, please do so on these individual pictures a few posts back.

#potluck100pfa #miniature #paintingsforants #auction (at Buchanan Square, Woodstock)