The Bay Area's Leading Auction House Michaan’s Auctions Announces A Very Special Meet and Greet With Elvis Romancer “Rockin’ Robin” Rosaaen

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Elvis smoocher and super fan “Rockin’ Robin” Rosaaen is sharing her personal Elvis experiences at a book signing at Michaan’s Auctions in Alameda on Saturday, November 5, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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All The King's Things

Her book, All the King’s Things, is a walk down memory lane of her time with “The King” and is out of print, making it an especially collectable item for Elvis fans. Aside from sharing her beloved stories and memories, there will be a question and answer section where Rosaaen will talk about all things Elvis, including specifics on her authentic Elvis memorabilia offered in the Michaan’s Auctions estate sale on Sunday, November 6, 2011, with previews on November 4, 5 and 6. Also on display will be her one-of-a-kind album, which chronicles 25 years of Elvis mementos and memories. Elvis aficionados from all over the Bay Area are already in anticipation of the event, an intimate look back into one of the most iconic and fascinating figures of our time.

About Michaan’s Auctions

Michaan’s Auctions is one of the leading full service auction houses on the West Coast. Specializing in the appraisals and sale of antiques and fine art, Michaans has specialists in the fields of Furniture and Decorative Arts, Modern, Contemporary Art, European and American Paintings and Prints, Jewelry, Asian Works of Art and Ethnographic Art. Offering free art appraisal, antique appraisal, estate auctions and specializing in the sale of art and antiques and other fine collectibles.

Established in 2002, Michaan’s Auctions holds up to thirty sales each year attracting a broad base of buyers and consignors from all over the world. With one of the largest facilities in Northern California and the Bay Area’s lowest buyers premium Michaan’s offers buyers and sellers the opportunity to preview and bid on many unique and desirable property. Some of these pieces realized world record prices. In 2005 A.D.M. Cooper’s oil painting, Three Graces 1915, sold for a record $21,060 and an Eduard Gaertner oil, German City Street Scene 1831,sold for $266,000.

Michaan’s has built its reputation on its ability to accept single items, groups or entire estates with its “no risk consignment policy” free of hidden fees and charges. Michaan’s specialists are dedicated to staying current on the latest issues and developments in the market and are committed to providing personalized and professional attention throughout the entire auction process.

For a full listing of upcoming auctions or to view a complete catalog, please visit http://www.michaans.com.

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