Landmark Italian Castle, Castel Valer, Expected to Sale for the First Time in 650 Years

July 24th, 2016 | Auction, Blog, Ian Whittock | Comments Off on Landmark Italian Castle, Castel Valer, Expected to Sale for the First Time in 650 Years

Landmark 80-room Italian castle, located in the foothills of the Dolomites, is to be sold for the first time in 650 years. Owned by the same family since the fourteenth century, the turn-key (i.e. move in-ready) 35,520 square foot Castel Valer was constructed over 500 ...

Expensive, Fast Cars: The Most Expensive Sports Racing Cars Ever Sold at Auction

June 29th, 2016 | Blog, Ian Whittock | Comments Off on Expensive, Fast Cars: The Most Expensive Sports Racing Cars Ever Sold at Auction

The self-powered motor vehicle is attractive, not simply because they’re a vital mode of transportation, but these accessible, complex and emboldening machines also attract members of the public because of its aesthetic, propulsion, body style, technology, and ...

Ernst & Young Auctioned $22 Million in Digital Assets

June 23rd, 2016 | Auction, Blog, Ian Whittock | Comments Off on Ernst & Young Auctioned $22 Million in Digital Assets

Ernst & Young (EY), multinational professional services firm headquartered in London, sold approximately $22 million (AU) in digital currency from 24,000 units during a global auction on June 20-21. The bitcoin sold during that auction was confiscated as the proceeds of ...

Belgian and Mexican Cinema Companies Bid For Odeon

June 1st, 2016 | Blog, Ian Whittock | Comments Off on Belgian and Mexican Cinema Companies Bid For Odeon

For quite a while now, private-equity tycoon Guy Hands has been trying to sell Odeon. His plan may finally be coming to fruition since cinema chains in Mexico and Belgium have expressed interest. The two companies have nearly identical names: Kinepolis in Brussels and ...