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Exciting New Carder Auction News

Posting Number 3150   Date: 03/08/19     Return to Posting List

During this years Carder Steuben Clubs Symposium, Auctioneer Mike Horton and Upstate Auction Company will undertake a live public auction of Carder Steuben glass along with other glass from the Corning area.

The auction will take place at the Corning Museum of Glass auditorium on Friday evening, September 20, 2019.

Consignments are now being accepted.

Details on the auction and submitting glass for sale can be found on the Clubs website, Cardersteubenclub.org or clicking on the link below.

Auction Details

Counter Point

Thanks for the continuing coverage including special interest items. I would like to respond to one comment today about AXA Insurance which is a French (but international) corporation and any concerns about insuring with them. Sometime in the late 20th century AXA bought Equitable which was a huge American corporation and remains in business as an American brand. I am not sure which other companies AXA owns but many. In any event they have huge American operations and while I do not recommend any insurance companies in particular my opinion is that one should have no more concern about an AXA company than any other insurance company.

The most important aspect of any insurance is the company's rating from various sources, their ability to pay and their responsiveness to claims which is perhaps best discovered by reading reviews online. Not to belabor the point but I worked very early in my life for an insurance syndicate (just a group of companies with common type of insurance) and I learned a lot about insurance and re-insurance.

├┐Almost any type if insurance coverage is covered by re-insurance from companies all over the world, so one would be hard put to find insurance risk that is covered by a solely American companies. Generally insurance is obtained from "brokers" or "agents", some branded and some independent, and those should be local and known to be reliable by the buyer.

Robert Weinberg



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