There are 4 days remaining for would-be bidders to stake a claim for the chance to own the original portrait illustration by Simon Forkner (2011 residential volunteer) of our famous female osprey, affectionately known as “Lady” – see previous blog post for full details.
Needless to say, this unique piece of artwork has attracted much attention so if you don’t want to miss out put in a bid asap.
We will be contacting the five highest bidders on Friday afternoon via email to inform them of their status and to give them the opportunity to place further bids within the remaining 48 hours prior to the auction’s closure at 23:59 on Sunday 12th May.
Bids should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, with contact details (name, address, telephone number) so that we can contact the winner. If there is a tie then a winner will be drawn at random from the highest bidders.
As a reminder, we have set a reserve price of £100 and proceeds from the sale will go towards the Osprey Satellite Tracking Fund.
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There are 4 days remaining for would-be bidders to stake a claim for the chance to own the original portrait illustration by Simon Forkner (2011 residential volunteer) of our famous …