Worldwide auction held in Decatur

Dorothy Mae Peterson's collection of antiques draws buyers from around the world, both online and in person

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

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Jim Ritchie, chief auctioneer and co-founder of Kruse Energy Equipment, LLC., took bids during the Dorothy Mae Peterson estate auction on Sunday afternoon. The auction was conducted simultane- ously live and online in more than 70 countries around the world. The front row was occupied by five employees watching computer screens and placing bids for online bidders.

Jim Ritchie, chief auctioneer and co-founder of Kruse Energy Equipment, LLC., took bids during the Dorothy Mae Peterson estate auction on Sunday afternoon. The auction was conducted simultane- ously live and online in more than 70 countries around the world. The front row was occupied by five employees watching computer screens and placing bids for online bidders.
Photo by Janelle Jessen

More than 850 bidders from 70 countries participated in the Dorothy Mae Peterson estate auction in Decatur last weekend.


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