FBA Auctions Launches Largest Auction to Date to Include the Estate of Robert A. Truax
FAIRFAX, Va., Oct. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Online auction house FBA Auctions – www.fbaauctions.com – is officially open for preview having their largest auction to date with 3000 items. The auction will start on October 8, 2011 at 11 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time and run until 11 p.m. October 16, 2011. Customers must complete a free pre-registration to view bids and to participate in the auction.
FBA Auctions has launched a new website with an enhanced design and more convenient functionality for their customers. "These changes represent our efforts toward continuous improvement and enhancement of our bidders' experience," stated Pamela Swartley-Ko, General Manager of Operations and Client Services.
FBA has won the exclusive right to bring to auction the prominent estate of Robert A Truax. Mr. Truax was well known for his historical expertise on Washington DC History and the century-long history of Washington Streetcars. He wrote books and articles related to local streetcars, post office machine cancelling methods, and streetcar postal cancellations. He was a well respected research volunteer at the Washingtonian Room of the Martin Luther King Memorial Library.
The estate includes arguably the finest collection of mobile postage stamp cancelations. This is the second installment of items from the Truax estate. "The first session of this collection was a tremendous success," added Ms. Swartley-Ko.
In addition to the Truax collection, the auction will also comprise hundreds of additional items of interest including jewelry, watches, loose stones, art, coins, collectibles, rugs, fine silver, and much more.
The Truax estate includes some very rare and desirable items, and the FBA auction will be the only way to access them.
"We've been bringing elite quality merchandise to our customers for over 20 years, and these new items will ensure that our auctions continue to get bigger and better," adds Ms. Swartley-Ko.
FBA Auctions is based in Fairfax, VA and provides an online alternative to attending auctions in person via its website www.fbaauctions.com. They acquire objects of value through a variety of sources including business liquidations, bankruptcies, seizures, banks, personal estates, and more. Registration with FBA is free.
SOURCE FBA Auctions