Global Auction Market Tops $300 Million

Total 2007 U.S. auction house and Internet sales up 23 percent, to $210 million
Peter D. Meltzer
Issue: March 31, 2008

Despite volatile financial markets, a major credit crunch and declining consumer confidence in the second half of 2007, worldwide auctions of fine and rare wines hit a record $301 million in sales—a 25 percent increase over 2006—according to figures released by the major auction houses.

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