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Saskatoon Symphony Book & Music Sale - Silent Auction 2002

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Silent Auction Posters

This was the first year that posters were tried for the Silent Auction, rather than having the auction items physically present on a table where they suffered from damage and theft. These first attempts at posters were crude but effective!

Click on each poster for a large image:

Silent Auction: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

Final Bid: $65

Silent Auction: A Spaniard in the Works

Final Bid: $35

Silent Auction: In His Own Write

Final Bid: $35

Silent Auction: The Poetical Works of Longfellow

Final Bid: $40

Silent Auction: Old and New London, Volume II

Final Bid: $30

Silent Auction: The Family Rosary Edition of the Holy Bible

Final Bid: $50

Silent Auction: The Works of William Shakespeare

Final Bid: $90

Title Listing

The folowing items were physically present on the Silent Auction table, and did not have posters:

1. Mad Magazine set of 10 magazines Final Bid: $45
2. Lasher, Anne Rice, signed by author, first edition Final Bid: $55
3. Alice's Adventure in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll, illustrated by Bessie Pease Gutmann Final Bid: $40
4. Birds of the Northern Forest, J. F. Lansdowne Final Bid: $60
5. Early Canadian Reader, Fourth Book, 1867 (stolen) Final Bid: $0
6. Tommy Douglas Speeches, LP, 3 books and photo Final Bid: $40
7. H. M. S. Marlborough, signed by Nicholas Monsarrat Final Bid: $35

The following items were not physically present on the Silent Auction table because they were sold using posters for the first time (see the posters above):

  1. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare with the Temple Notes, William Shakespeare
  2. A Spaniard in the Works, John Lennon, 1965, Jonathan Cape first edition, first printing
  3. In His Own Write, John Lennon, 1964, Jonathan Cape first edition, 4th printing
  4. The Poetical Works of Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1925
  5. Old and New London, Volume II: A Narrative of Its History, Its People, and Its Places, Walter Thornbury, circa 1880
  6. The Family Rosary Edition of the Holy Bible, Rev. John P. O'Connell, editor, 1953
  7. The Works of William Shakespeare from the Text of Clark and Wright with a Copious Glossary to which is Added an Index to Familiar Passages, and an Index to the Characters in Each Play, William Shakespeare, American edition