FLWBC Silent Auction

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Roderick Grant
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FLWBC Silent Auction

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Even without joining the FLWBC, you can now bid on the silent auction online.

I also stumbled upon 1st DIBS, an ecommerce site for high end products, including FLW items, such as the hard-to-find first elephant portfolio, the black one, from 1977 for $3,200. I suppose I should buy it. I have the red second one, which cost me only $1,500. The red one on 1st DIBS is $3,200. They also have copies of the Schumacher Wallcoverings wallpaper catalogue, single volume $800, boxed set of three $2,800. There is also a large collection of furniture. All sorts of ways to get rid of disposable income.

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