$10,000 winner Anthony Kneisser receives his check from Great U.S. Treasure Hunt organizer Jeff Kessler, who traveled to Santa Fe to award the prize

Anthony and Margo Kneisser receive $10,000 check from Great U.S. Treasure Hunt president Jeff Kessler

Anthony Kneisser and sister Margo display the tiny wings worth $10,000

Anthony Kneisser and sister Margo display the tiny wings worth $10,000

The Sanborn Family bench in Railyard Park, Santa Fe. The tiny angel wings charm was hidden in a crevasse at the end of the bench.

The Sanborn Family bench in Railyard Park, Santa Fe. The tiny angel wings charm was hidden in a crevasse at the end of the bench.

Philadelphia Truck Driver Solves Clues in E-Book, Finds Hidden Charm in Santa Fe, New Mexico Park Bench

The extra clue did the trick. I saw the pattern, applied it to chapter two, and the message spelled right out.”

— Anthony Kneisser

AUSTIN, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, January 23, 2021 / — Anthony Kneisser, a Philadelphia truck driver, cracked one of four $10,000 codes in the e-book “The Great U.S. Treasure Hunt” to reveal the location of a tiny gold charm hidden in a public park in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Mr. Kneisser used a clue released by hunt organizers on Twitter to decode a message in chapter two, then quickly booked a flight to Santa Fe with his sister, Margo Kneisser, a New Jersey attorney, who was part of a family effort to find the solution.

Together on Wednesday afternoon, they found the charm in the form of angel wings, stuck in a crevasse of a bench made of old railroad ties in Railyard Park, a Santa Fe, New Mexico public park.

Anthony found out about the nationwide treasure hunt in December, when the first winner discovered a silver Z hidden under a park bench in Las Vegas, Nevada. Four member of the Kneisser family bought the e-book and have been trying to come up with a solution for about 30 days.

“The extra clue did the trick,” said Anthony, a New Jersey native with no special training in ciphers or codebreaking. “I saw the pattern in the clue, applied it to chapter two, and the message just spelled right out.” He started in the middle of the chapter using the method he discovered, but it was Margo, who started at the beginning of the chapter, who actually found the message.

It all came down to commas. In chapter two, titled “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner,” if a letter followed a comma, Margo wrote it down. That simple method gave the Kneissers the correct answer: “Tiny wings. Sanborn Bench. Railyard Pk. SF, NM.”

Because they were nearly 2,000 miles away from Santa Fe, Anthony knew they had to act fast to get to the Sanborn Bench before thousands of other potential searchers. He decided to book an early morning flight, suffered through a nail-biting four and a half hour layover in Dallas, landed in Santa Fe in the afternoon, took an Uber to the park, and was able to get his hands on the valuable little charm just an hour or so before sunset.

“The tiny wings were really well hidden,” Anthony reported. “Tucked into a crack at the end of the bench, near the Sanborn plaque, and a prickly plant next to it. Nobody would have seen it if they didn’t know exactly where to look.”

Anthony and Margo were also matching wits with thousands of others who have purchased the e-book, including some very talented computer coders, treasure hunt President Jeff Kessler said.

“We’re aware that there are coders and programmers that can decipher hidden messages by feeding in text, then having the computer analyze millions of possible combinations,” Kessler explained. “We had to figure a way to level the playing field, so that regular people had a chance to win. Our first two winners did it the good old-fashioned way, by reading the story, then coming up with an idea and using pen and paper to try their solutions.”

Because Anthony notified hunt organizers immediately after he solved the puzzle, both president Jeff Kessler and vice president David Steele were able to meet the brother-sister team with a $10,000 check in hand, at Railyard Park, next to the Sanborn bench.

Armchair treasure hunts have become popular in recent years because they allow treasure hunters to solve clues in their own homes, rather than having to actually go out and dig up treasure.

The Great U.S. Treasure Hunt is one such hunt, with four items hidden, not buried, in public. All the clues necessary to find the items are in the book. Once a message is correctly decoded, then the hunter can go to the exact spot and retrieve the item.

With Anthony's find, he becomes the second official winner, with a $10,000 check as his reward, to be split among family members.

The first winners, Beth Hovanec and Nancy Zitko, found a chrome Z under a picnic bench in Eldorado Park, North Las Vegas, Nevada, on December 20.

All items are hidden at least 450 miles apart, according to organizers.

Two items are still to be found, worth $10,000 each. “The Great U.S. Treasure Hunt” e-book is available exclusively at Amazon, currently $9.88.

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New YouTube Series ‘However’ Launched to Answer Universal Questions

A new YouTube series titled ‘HOWEVER’ focuses on technologies, science fiction, hypothetical scenarios, scientific phenomena, and the study of the universe.

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, USA, January 22, 2021 / — ‘HOWEVER’ is a new YouTube channel series focusing on making interesting and complex things easier to understand for vast and diverse audiences. Existing videos on the channel include topics such as ‘The Most Dangerous Animals In All History’, ‘What If You Wake-Up During Open Heart History’, and ‘What If The Earth Shared Its Orbit With Another Plant’ to name only a few.

“This channel is something we are proud of not only because of the content but also because of the production. The concepts are far-reaching and can be overwhelming. When we combine scripts that help a broad audience understand the concepts, it’s always a win. Add in our ability to develop video production that helps to deliver the serious scientific hypotheses with facts and then add-in interactive action and fantasy, we can engage and entertain,” said a representative for HOWEVER.

‘HOWEVER’ will help people learn the answers to questions they may have but are afraid to ask. Each and every video is created only using the latest information on each subject matter. It is fact-checked by a research assistant before going into the production phase. The content is design to inform audiences of how things work, how things happen, and likely scenarios of specific Earthly events.

“After selecting a topic, the production process begins with the research assistant. It’s not enough to just explain the topic – it’s important to explain it correctly, without making mistakes. Scientific publications and reports are carefully reviewed, and only the latest news is taken into account. As a result, we try to get the most interesting material from the best available sources,” finished the HOWEVER representative. has already picked up on the trend-setting YouTube show by citing an article inspired by ‘HOWEVER’. did the same, reposting ‘HOWEVER’’s video on exploding a 1,000,000 Tsar bomb in the Challenger Deep on its website. As more and more people spend time at home during the 2020 crisis, ‘HOWEVER’s’ content is becoming more and more popular and important – especially for home-schooled students of all ages.

Members of the media are invited to speak with the production team of ‘HOWEVER’ by submitting a story request to the contact information below.

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Shannon's Jan. 28 online fine art auction features American and European art, Modern and Contemporary art, prints, more

Gouache on paper by Sol Lewitt (American (1928-2007), titled Irregular Form, signed and dated, 29 7/8 inches by 22 1/2 inches, Estimate: $12,000-$18,000.

Untitled oil on canvas on board painting by Hannes Beckmann (Czech/American (1909-1976), initialed and dated, 36 inches by 36 inches, Estimate: $8,000-$12,000.

20 oil on canvas panels from Valhalla Series Number 2 by Lebbeus Woods (American (1940-2012), signed, dated and numbered, 24 inches square (each panel), Estimate: $10,000-$15,000.

Oil on canvas painting by Henri Maik (French, 1922-1993), titled Entoute Amitie, signed and dated, 36 inches by 29 inches, Estimate: $10,000-$15,000.

Oil on canvas painting by Walter Launt Palmer (American, 1854-1932), titled Trees in Winter, signed, 14 inches by 18 inches, Estimate: $8,000-$12,000.

Leading the auction is a painting on paper by Connecticut-born artist Sol Lewitt. Titled Irregular Form, it has excellent provenance and is in perfect condition

MILFORD, CT, UNITED STATES, January 22, 2021 / — Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers will host its first online auction of the year on Thursday, January 28th at 2 pm Eastern time. The sale includes 123 lots of American and European art from the 19th and early 20th centuries, Modern and Contemporary art, fine prints, sculpture and drawings. Bidding is available by absentee and online through
Leading the auction is a work on paper by Connecticut-born artist Sol Lewitt. The painting, titled Irregular Form, has excellent provenance and is in perfect condition. Visitors to the gallery will appreciate seeing this work in person, as the effects of light change the color and visibility of the shapes in the overall form (est. $12,000-$18,000).
Another visual gem is a Hannes Beckmann abstract. The work appears concave and convex at the same time, creating an optical illusion that immediately captures the viewer’s attention (est. $8,000-12,000).
The largest work in the sale is a 20-piece composition by avant-garde American architect and artist Lebbeus Woods. The work, titled Valhalla Series No. 2, can be arranged in different configurations. Woods sought to conceptualize spaces free from conventional limits and embrace “multiplicity” – a theme of constant change present in his work (est. $10,000-$15,000).
A jovial composition by French artist Henri Maik, titled Entoute Amitie (In All Friendship), leads the European paintings category. It’s estimated at $10,000-$15,000. Maik’s naive and colorful style has attracted collectors from all over the world for decades. The painting in Thursday’s auction descended in a private family collection and is fresh-to-the-market.
Other highlights in Modern and Contemporary art include a Photo-realist motorcycle, Laconia Village Green by Tom Blackwell (est. $8,000-$12,000); a celestial work on paper by Mark Tobey (est. $8,000-$12,000); a bright Paul Jenkins watercolor (est. $5,000-$7,000); and a fresh-to-the-market abstract drip painting by Rolph Scarlett (est. $3,000-$5,000).
American art is well-represented and will be led by a Walter Launt Palmer bright winter scene estimated at $8,000-$12,000, and an Eric Sloane painting titled Old North Church estimated at $6,000-$8,000. Other highlights in American art include New York City views by Johann Berthelsen, a painting of Grez by noted American expatriate artist Robert Vohhoh, two Louisiana landscapes by George Coulon (an artist rarely available at auction), and a Rockport scene in autumn by Anthony Thieme, among many other highlights.

The digital catalog and a link to bid live on Invaluable is available on Absentee bids may be arranged by request directly through or by contacting the gallery at 203.877.1711, or by email at

Previews are going on now by appointment only on weekdays from 11-5 through January 27th. Please visit to schedule an in-person preview appointment or contact the gallery for a digital preview.

Consignments for auctions at Shannon’s are accepted year-round. To consign a single piece of artwork, an estate or a collection, please call (203) 877-1711; or, send an e-mail to To learn more about Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers and the Thursday, January 28th auction, please visit and follow them on social media. Updates are posted frequently.

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Ahlers & Ogletree's three-day 'A Collector's Dream' auction, held online January 15th-17th, tops the $2 million mark

Chinese Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) carved cinnabar lidded box, 11 ¾ inches by 13 inches, showing a dragon chasing the flaming pearl and a character mark to the pearl on lid ($81,250).

Oil on canvas Portrait of Miss Kent by Sir Thomas Lawrence (British, 1769-1830), unsigned, 30 ¼ inches by 25 inches (sight, less frame) ($25,000).

English late 17th or early 18th century black lacquered japanned cabinet on a stand having an overall gilt chinoiserie landscape and foliate decoration ($21,080).

Oil on canvas equestrian painting by John Frederick Herring (British, 1795-1865), titled Horses and Goat Eating Turnips and Carrots (1848), artist signed and dated ($62,000).

Golf legend Bobby Jones’s personal 1950s-era leather shag/range bag, personalized with Jones’s name in stencil, with three golf balls and a copy of a photo of Jones ($27,900).

The sale featured art and objects from the estate of art collector and philanthropist Jack Warner and items salvaged from the wreckage of the RMS Carpathia.

ATLANTA, GA, UNITED STATES, January 21, 2021 / — A Chinese Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) carved cinnabar lidded box sold for $81,250, an oil on canvas equestrian painting by John Frederick Herring (British, 1795-1865) realized $62,000, and golf legend Bobby Jones’s personal 1950s-era shag/range bag finished at $27,900 in Ahlers & Ogletree’s three-day A Collector’s Dream Auction held January 15th-17th.

The online-only auction featured important art and objects from the estate of the noted American art collector and philanthropist Jack Warner (1917-2017), items salvaged from the wreckage of the RMS Carpathia, and more than 1,000 lots of fine art, period antiques, decorative arts, silver, jewelry and Asian arts from prominent estates and collections. It netted a little over $2 million.

The rectangular Chinese Ming Dynasty carved cinnabar lidded box was the sale’s top lot. The 11 ¾ inch tall by 13 inch wide box showed a dragon chasing the flaming pearl and had a character mark to the pearl on the lid. Eager bidders were not deterred by some small scattered losses and vertical cracking to the enamel (consistent with age). Despite those flaws, it presented very well.

The oval equestrian painting by John Frederick Herring, titled Horses and Goat Eating Turnips and Carrots (1848), was the top earner of items from the Jack Warner (and Warner Foundation) estate. The work was signed and dated. Herring was famous for his lively depictions of race horses and agricultural scenes. He’s considered one of the top animal painters of his time.

The Bobby Jones personal golf shag bag – brown leather, personalized with Jones’s name in original stencil (“R. T. Jones Jr., an abbreviation of his full birth name, Robert Tyre Jones) – came with three golf balls (unassociated) and a copy of a photograph of Jones, all housed in a Lucite and wood display case. The lot boasted an impeccable provenance.

Following are additional highlights from the auction, which grossed just over $2 million and was hosted online via, and Phone and absentee bids were also taken. All prices quoted include the buyer’s premium.

The action got underway on Friday, January 15th, with 94 lots of objects retrieved from the RMS Carpathia during a 2007 expedition. All lots were accompanied by certificates of authenticity. The Carpathia was built in England in 1903 and famously rescued survivors of the Titanic in 1912. But the Carpathia herself was sunk in 1918 after being torpedoed by a German submarine.

Following are just a few of the better performing items retrieved from the RMS Carpathia:

• A brass and bronze framed porthole with glass window, plus an attached partial wooden substructure, the hinge marked ‘89’, 7 ¾ inches tall by 24 ¾ inches wide ($16,120).
• A brass ship’s bridge engine order telegraph on a base, likely made by A. Robinson & Co., Ltd. (English, founded 1760), marked on the plaque in part ‘Liverpool’ ($14,880).
• A brass and bronze deck light having a colorless glass globe secured by a cage, plus fragments of the ship’s wooden elements, the socket marked ‘Diswan’ ($16,120).
• A Dobbie Son & Hutton (London) model 5561 marine chronometer, the silvered face having Roman numerals, 56 hour up and down dial and 60 second dial ($11,780).

Later on Friday, at 1 pm, over 100 lots from Jack Warner’s estate came up for bid. The second top lot (after the Herring painting) was an oil on board American genre scene by Edward Lamson Henry (S.C./N.Y., 1841-1919), titled Tardy. The work, of an African American boy showing up late for school, was signed lower left and measured 13 inches by 10 inches (board) ($19,000).

Also from the Warner estate was a 19th century Pacific Northwest coast British Columbia Haida polychrome and hand-carved wooden totem pole, 82 inches (including stand), with a raven, frog, human and bear motif ($16,250); and a Chinese silk embroidery housed in a 53 inch by 38 ¼ inch frame, with a pheasant, bird and blooming tree scene in nice blue and beige tones ($11,250).

A Signature Estates Auction was held Saturday and Sunday. Sold on Saturday were fine examples of art and design by Hans Wegner, Raphael Soto, Sir Thomas Lawrence, Ken Payne, Thomas Eakins and Athos Menaboni, plus a large collection of taxidermy. The Sunday lots included antiques and fine art from Great Britain, Italy, France and Europe.

Weekend winners included an oil on canvas Portrait of Miss Kent by Sir Thomas Lawrence (British, 1769-1830), unsigned, 30 ¼ inches by 25 inches (sight, less frame) ($25,000); and an English late 17th or early 18th century black lacquered japanned cabinet on a stand having an overall gilt chinoiserie landscape and foliate decoration ($21,080).

A complete antique suit of armor in the 17th century style, probably Italian or Swiss made and finely detailed with rope edged elements scattered throughout, 66 inches tall (less 12-inch stand) made $13,750. Also, a pair of late 19th/early 20th century Continental outdoor lion marble sculptures on plinths, unmarked, both 36 ½ inches tall, commanded $11,875.

Ahlers & Ogletree has two big auctions planned for spring. The first is a Modern & Mid-Century Art & Design auction scheduled for the weekend of March 28th. That will be followed by an auction featuring the lifetime collection of Billy Arant of Chattanooga, Tenn. (dates and times TBD). Watch the website for details:

Ahlers & Ogletree is a multi-faceted, family-owned business that spans the antiques, estate sale, wholesale, liquidation, auction and related industries. Ahlers & Ogletree is always seeking quality consignments for future auctions. To consign an item, an estate or a collection, you may call them at 404-869-2478; or, you can send them an e-mail, at

To learn more about Ahlers & Ogletree, please visit You can also follow Ahlers & Ogletree via social media on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.

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Mike Ionita on Turning Your Passion into a Business

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA , CANADA, January 21, 2021 / — Mike Ionita, the founder of Crux Video Game Design in Vancouver, was recently featured in two exclusive interviews with Thrive Global and Ideamensch. He primarily spoke about the importance of pursuing one’s passion and turning it into a career.

Videos games and animation have been Mike Ionita’s passion ever since he was a child, when he bathed in the glow of a television screen as he watched Tom & Jerry on Saturday mornings or when he battled his opponents in Street Fighter II at the local arcade.

That passion led him to study animation at Vancouver Film School and work for several animation studios thereafter, before he founded Crux Video Game Design and began producing his own video games and original content for clients.

“I started this studio to not only bring my ideas to life, but also to help others bring their ideas to life,” Mike Ionita shared with Ideamensch.

When asked what advice he would give to young professionals seeking to turn their own passions into successful careers, Ionita stressed the following three points: follow your dreams, no matter what they are; if you’re going to be successful, you need a road map; and find time to disconnect from technology.

“I have very strict technology rules in my home and I only focus on one thing at a time. When I am working, put my phone in another room. When I am in a meeting, I am focused on the person talking,” said Mike Ionita.

“It is important to only focus on one thing at a time and be intentional about the time you spend on your phone/devices.”

Speaking with Thrive Global, Ionita expressed that he considers himself lucky as he was able to realize his lifelong dream by turning his passion for video games into a successful business.

Even within the past year, as many industries have been negatively impacted by the fallout of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the gaming industry — Cruz Video Game Design included — has remained incredibly resilient.

“At first, the video game industry was booming during the pandemic. Most video game developers, publishers, and operators were able to maintain operations with employees working remotely. Additionally, the number of people quarantined at home with nothing to do meant record numbers in online gaming,” said Mike Ionita.

“However, multiple projects we were working on were put on hold. Additionally, our clients were much more reluctant with their money, putting subscriptions on hold. Fortunately, after our free video game release, things have started moving again.”

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About Mike Ionita
Mike Ionita was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and attended Vancouver Film School. Excelling at everything from sketching to digital painting and animation, Mike was fortunate enough to be hired following graduation. Working at various animation studios around Vancouver, he found his passion when he started producing his own storylines, characters, and landscapes. Driven by his personal passion for creation, Ionita founded Crux Video Game Design. Crux Video Game Design produces video games for clients as well as original content exclusive to their growing online community. Their first game was transposed more than 250,000 times within its first week and the company has been steadily growing ever since.

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Jupio Launches RED APPROVED Battery for KOMODO

Jupio has achieved the coveted RED APPROVED status for its new line of KOMODO compatible batteries.

WHITE PLAINS, NY, US, January 21, 2021 / — Jupio is pleased to announce the launch of their new line of RED APPROVED BP-955 and BP-975 style batteries, engineered with full communication and
on-camera charging capabilities for the groundbreaking RED KOMODO cinema camera.

A testament to the company’s speed and precision, the Jupio batteries are among the first to be officially approved by RED for the KOMODO. This is a huge step into the acknowledgment of Jupio’s quality and innovation. Pair with Jupio’s USB Brand Charger Kit for Canon LCA0038 (sold separately) for the ultimate battery and charger set!

Jupio was founded 15 years ago to address the ever-increasing needs of the of on-the-move content creator. Providing high-quality alternatives to more expensive name brand batteries, their product categories quickly grew to include chargers, power vaults, lighting, accessories and more. Jupio is known worldwide for their consistent high quality, their speed to market with new products, and their no questions asked/no nonsense 3-year warranty.

BRE0001 (955-style) – $119.95
BRE0002 (975-style) – $139.95

Jupio power products available in the U.S. from MAC Group in February 2021.

For more information, contact Jupio brand manager Brian James at
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South Dakota Adds a New Target for EROS Satellite Operations

South Dakota Adds a New Target for EROS Satellite Operations

South Dakota Adds a New Target for EROS Satellite Operations”

— Karol Donimirsky

LENINGRAD, RUSSIA, January 21, 2021 / — Space exploration is growing by the day. According to a recent report, the exploration growth will reach the South Dakota region. According to rising news, the people based in South Dakota will soon be the next beneficiaries of a plan to establish new space launch stations. The country is scheduled to have a space station launchpad that will go down in history as the first since its independence. This new entry gives the federal government capability to position itself as a significant party in space exploration that is planned to come to Sioux Falls, the federal government’s Earth Resources Observation and Science Centre, also known in short form as EROS, near Sioux Falls.

The space team stationed at the EROS has objectives to continue collecting satellite data since its launch of activities in 1972. However, reports show that the facility’s launch was not initially stationed to monitor a satellite’s motions until now. Further speculations relate that the plant has a scheduled renovation plan set in September, which plans to upgrade one of the program’s two existing satellites. Furthermore, NASA intends to deploy the extensive set of a new observational satellite designed by Landsat as a backup of operations for its center based at EROS.

This development means the space launch center will take full responsibility if it encounters a need for significant emergency or repairs at the main operating center based in Maryland. Furthermore, reports show that currently based operations confirm EROS is adequately prepared to assume maintenance duty for the Satellite at the Goddard Space Flight Centre. To cater for the preparation, EROs scheduled occasional training sessions to help them take control of future missions. Brain Sauer, Landsat Research and production manager of EROS, relays that the development is a significant and cool achievement for EROS because it will enable the company to be able to manage its planned satellite launch and help carry out the flight operations for the first time.

South Dakota Adds a New Target for EROS Satellite Operations
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The UK is planning to infuse nuclear propulsion into its space technology

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Showplace to Hold “1, 2, 3…Sold " Online Only Sale” on January 27

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On January 27, 2021, the New York City-based Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage will hold a live auction featuring art, furniture, jewelry, and more.

NEW YORK, NY, US, January 21, 2021 / — Fine Art Shippers is pleased to share the news that the New York City-based Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage will hold a live auction on January 27, 2021. Titled “1, 2, 3…Sold! Online Only Sale,” it features an exciting selection of fine art, furniture, jewelry, decorative arts, and more from the New York metropolitan area estates. The auction will start at 10 am EST, inviting everyone to take part and bid for one of 820 exceptional lots.

Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage, most commonly known as Showplace, is a Design Center in Manhattan, which was founded in 1993. Featuring over 250 dealers and galleries, it offers an outstanding selection of antiques, mid-century modern and vintage furniture, as well as fine art, jewelry, designer clothing, and other valuable and collectible items. Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage also holds online and live bi-weekly estate sales featuring pieces that are always fresh to the art and antiques market. One such auction will be held on January 27.

“1, 2, 3…Sold! Online Only Sale” is a live auction at Showplace, offering 820 lots of fine and decorative art, antique furniture, lighting, jewelry, glass, rugs, handbags, and many more. All of the items come from New York City and the metropolitan area estates.

The top lot (featured) of the upcoming “1, 2, 3…Sold! Online Only Sale” is an oil on canvas work depicting a steamship and hot air balloons, with an advertisement inscribed in French: “Les Aeronautes Au-Dessus du Port Du Havre Assistant au Depart du Vapeur ‘Ville de Paris’ en Partance pour L’Amerique du Sud.” It is estimated at $1,500-2,500.

Among other highlights are a Louis XVI-style walnut bureau plat and a Chesterfield sofa overstuffed and upholstered in tufted light green microfiber fabric. Each of the items is estimated at $800-1,200. The auction also features a fabulous selection of XV-style furniture pieces, including a carved and caned canape, a pair of carved and caned armchairs, and a fauteuil à la reine. Each lot is estimated at $600-800.

The selection of handbags at “1, 2, 3…Sold! Online Only Sale” is no less impressive than the selection of furnishings and art. A burgundy red crocodile skin handbag, a brown lizard skin handbag, and a green crocodile skin handbag are just some of the items featured at the auction. The estimated cost of each of these handbags is $600-800.

Besides the above-mentioned lots, “1, 2, 3…Sold! Online Only Sale” features a range of other collectible vintage and antiques to satisfy any taste and budget. The auction is already open for online bidding so that everyone has a chance to acquire something valuable for their private collection.

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Adverty Continues Rapid Expansion With Appointment Of Chief Financial Officer



Industry heavyweight Anders Rössel joins following significant growth potential to head up finance and investor relations at Adverty

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, January 21, 2021 / — Leading in-game advertising platform, Adverty, has announced the appointment of Anders Rössel as Chief Financial Officer. Anders has been tasked to help manage the innovative technology company’s growth, following the launch of new offices and a raft of senior hires in 2020.

Adverty’s mission is to deliver seamless advertising which connects brands and audiences through its revolutionary technology, built specifically for gaming. Anders will be responsible for the company’s financials, whilst providing strategic counsel to the CEO and the members of the Board.

Prior to joining Adverty, Anders was CFO at Howden Insurance Brokers Sweden, where he drove a Finance Transformation Project, whilst also being responsible for IT and HR. He was also Head of Business Control at Cherry, a holding company which invests in gaming companies and which was subsequently acquired by a British private equity fund. He started off his career as a management trainee at high-profile media company MTG after which he held a variety of executive roles in several multinational companies.

Anders comments: “I am excited to get stuck into my new role in such an innovative and fast-growing media company. Adverty provides unique ad formats, and its potential is huge – despite a challenging trading environment as we start the new year. Adverty is genuinely setting a new standard for generating revenue and we anticipate many high-value deals and strategic long-term partnerships in the pipeline, both in the short and the long term.”

Niklas Bakos, CEO and founder of Adverty adds: “We are delighted to welcome Anders to the team. He is a well-respected leader with business experience which is both deep and incredibly diverse, thanks to a wide range of finance and development roles across many industries and geographies. His skills set stands us in great stead as we look forward to future success.”

The expansion of Adverty’s business follows ever-increasing numbers of advertisers looking for unobtrusive in-game advertising at scale, in a largely untapped but hugely exciting media frontier which is slowly moving into the mainstream consciousness.

For further information, please contact:
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About Adverty
Adverty, the leading in-game platform, delivers seamless advertising to connect brands and people through its revolutionary display advertising technology built for games. The platform offers true in-game ad inventory at scale and allows content creators to monetise the complete experience with unobtrusive, easy-to-integrate, immersive ads. Founded in 2016, Adverty has offices in Stockholm, London and Lviv and works with advertisers, agencies and developers to unlock audiences and gaming revenue streams. More information at

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Video Game Software Market Uses Streaming Platforms And 5G Technology For Improved Accessibility

Video Game Software Market Report - Opportunities And Strategies - Forecast To 2030

Video Game Software Market Report – Opportunities And Strategies – Global Forecast To 2030

The Business Research Company’s Video Game Software Market Report – Opportunities And Strategies – Global Forecast To 2030

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, January 21, 2021 / — New year, new updates! Our reports have been revised for market size, forecasts, and strategies to take on 2021 after the COVID-19 impact:

Video game software developers are increasingly providing streaming video game services to take advantage of emerging 5G and cloud computing technologies. Several countries have already adopted 5G, which has greatly improved internet speed. This will increase the number of downloads and streaming of games. This came into great use in the lockdowns and quarantine periods during the COVID-19 pandemic. Streaming allows for continuously playing the latest version of the game, without having to update the game at all. Cloud computing and fast internet speeds in the gaming industry will enable users to play games from any computer and will also increase accessibility. For example, in August 2019, Hatch Premium launched its unlimited mobile cloud gaming on the 5G networks of Sprint, a telecommunications company based in the United States. It allows games to be streamed via the cloud to mobile devices. The games include Monument Valley, Beach Buggy Racing, and Angry Birds Go.

Major players in the video game industry are Sony, Activision Blizzard, Microsoft, EA, and Nintendo.

The global video game software market size is expected to grow from $168.78 billion in 2020 to $177.17 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5%. The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. According to video game software market analysis, the market is expected to reach $277.95 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 12%.

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