Sotheby's Raises Buyer's Premium; Christie's Holds Steady at 15 percent

Peter D. Meltzer
Issue: May 31, 2002

As part of a companywide fee-restructuring process, Sotheby's has raised its buyer's premium at New York wine auctions conducted with Aulden Cellars to a flat 17.5 percent. (In all other specialty departments, the commission is 19.

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