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VerVendi is pleased to announce the grand opening of auction services on FarEastAsianArt.com for Trocadero sellers. Asian art auctions are now launched on FarEastAsianArt.com without buyer's or seller's commissions. Subscribers to Trocadero's storefront services may post lots to scheduled auction events on FarEastAsianArt.com and anyone can register (for free) to bid.

We have Beta tested auctions with custom single-seller accounts for more than a year and a half before launching multi-seller auctions on Cyberattic.com this Fall and decorative arts auction Antiques-Art.com (both also open for bidding.) In coming months, we will additionally launch auctions on two other VerVendi properties - 'Artigua.com - Classical Antiquities & Ancient World Arts' and PeriodFurnitureandFineArt.com

Auctions are powered by VerVendi. Bidder registration is with VerVendi and paddle registration may then be completed with individual auctioneers.

Trocadero, established in 1998, is our flagship venue and offers storefront, e-commerce and now auction services (powered by VerVendi.) In addition to a central community, Trocadero hosts premium custom sites, specialty venues, and third-party venues.

Antiques-Art.com was launched in December 2010 as a decorative arts auction for Trocadero sellers. Antiques-Art.com auctions will close for bidding on the 4th Wednesday of every month in 2011 - extended for some holidays. We may also schedule special events.

Cyberattic, acquired in December 2003, was an early Internet upstart established March 1996. Cyberattic offers dealers a low-cost, branded venue for selling collectibles online - now by retail and by auction format. Cyberattic auctions will close for bidding on the 1st Wednesday of every month in 2011 - extended for some holidays. We may also schedule special events.

Far East Asian Art was established February 2001 as an Asian art specialty venue - allowing for more specific categories. We will host Asian art auctions here closing for bidding on the 2nd Wednesday of every month in 2011 - extended for some holidays. We may also schedule special events.

Artigua - Classical Antiquities & Ancient World Arts and Period Furniture & Fine Art are specialty venues established July 2001 and April 2001 respectively.

We look forward to further developing both retail and auction features in support of e-commerce services to both our subscribers and to our loyal patrons.

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