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Slideshow: Cordier Auctions hosts Business After Hours

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On Thursday, Feb. 18, Cordier Auctions and Appraisals hosted Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC's monthly Business After Hours networking event. Chamber members and guests were given a preview of the Harrisburg auction house's two-day antique and fine art winter auction, being held Feb. 20 -21.
On Thursday, Feb. 18, Cordier Auctions and Appraisals hosted Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC's monthly Business After Hours networking event. Chamber members and guests were given a preview of the Harrisburg auction house's two-day antique and fine art winter auction, being held Feb. 20 -21. - (Photo / )
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On Thursday, Feb. 18, Cordier Auctions and Appraisals hosted Harrisburg Regional Chamber & CREDC's monthly Business After Hours networking event. Chamber members and guests were given a preview of the Harrisburg auction house's two-day antique and fine art winter auction, being held Feb. 20 -21. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) From left, Paul Zavinsky of Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania with Keystone Musical Arts Center's Terry Selders and Gina Tutko. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Joan Line, left, of Kidney Foundation of Central Pa. and Ann Myers of Jewish Home of Greater Harrisburg. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Ed Rowe, left, of Cordier Auctions and Appraisals visits with Dennis and Kim Williams of Columbia County. Auctioneer Kim Williams, of Kim's Auction Service, is president-elect of the Pa. Auction Association. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) John McHenry, executive vice president of marketing and development for Goodwill Keystone Area, snaps a photo of a mid-century modern Heywood-Wakefield chair, part of a champagne-finish dining set. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) D.M. Offie, left, founder of OF Enterprises, is a trainer who specializes in leadership, management and customer service. Bob Mlynek is president of website Iskoo.com. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) David Black, president and CEO of the chamber and CREDC, left, with host David Cordier, president and CEO of the Harrisburg auction house, welcome chamber members and guests. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) A Tiffany Studio grapevine lamp, with lilypad base, is estimated at $6,000-$12,000. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Scott Schultz and Brenna Kernan of Members 1st Federal Credit Union. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) A stand-out among the auction coins is No.18, an 1801 $10 capped bust heraldic eagle gold coin, with an estimated price of $8,000-$12,000. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Alan Brocious, left, of Exigo Digital and Steve Moniak of Rhoads & Sinion LLP. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Lindsey Henry of Cordier Auctions and Appraisals. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Attendees were encouraged to share event photos on social media for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate to midtown Harrisburg restaurant, The Millworks. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Julie Hess, left, of Keller Williams of Central Pa East with Exit Realty's Ted Biedrzycki and Cindy Armour-Helm. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Demetira Boyer is operations manager for Harrisburg-based Sir D's Catering. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Sarah Kramer of WHTM-TV abc27 and Charles Oakes of Transamerica. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Jim LaRegina, left, of HRG Inc. with David Black, president and CEO of the chamber. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Item No. 527 up for auction. - (Photo / Amy Spangler)

 

Cordier Auctions and Appraisals hosted the Harrisburg Regional Chamber and Capital Region Economic Development Corp.'s monthly Business After Hours networking event on Thursday, Feb. 18. Chamber members and guests were given a preview of the Harrisburg auction house two-day antique and fine art winter auction, being held Feb. 20 -21.

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Amy Spangler is the photographer for Journal Multimedia, parent company of the Business Journal. Email her at aspangler@cpbj.com.

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