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You can enter a new max bid at any time by entering a bid greater than your current high bid.
A max bid would make it more difficult for others to outbid you.

A max bid is the highest amount you are willing to pay for an auction item.

In response to other bids, the auction system will automatically increase your bid in the smallest increment possible (up to your max bid amount) in order to maintain your lead position.

To get a max bid you simply enter the maximum amount you are willing to pay into the bid form just as you would any other bid. If your bid is more than one bidding increment above the current high bid you will get a max bid unless another bidder has a max bid in place that is higher than the amount you enter.

At the end of the auction, the winning bidder pays only the lowest winning bid possible. That means that you can win an auction item at a price less than your max bid amount.

Your max bid amount is kept confidential from other bidders.

You can lower or delete a max bid by entering a lower amount.

Note: After watching hundreds of auctions and talking to thousands of bidders, we think using max bids in your bidding strategy works best for most people. It eliminates some of the pressure and reduces the risk of "sniping", where other bidders slip in slightly higher bids in the last seconds of bidding.

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You can raise or lower your max bid at any time by entering a new amount.

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You have a max bid of %s on this item. That means that the system will place bids for you in response to bids from other bidders, up to %s.

You can adjust this max bid by using the form above.

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You can enter the minimum bid of %s or a greater amount.

If you bid more than the minimum bid you will get a max bid that the system will use to bid for you against other bidders, up to the amount you enter. So if you enter a bid of %s for this item, the system will place bids on your behalf in response to bids from other users until someone bids more than %s.
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N. Joe Pee. 1990. Iqaluit, N.W.T. Frame size: 500 cm x 600 cm. Matted picture size: 270 cm x 435 cm Other work by artist online for $395 (unframed)

Harry Ikalukjuak. 04/12/91. Frame size: 300 cm x 380 cm. Inside of frame picture size: 267 cm x 345 cm

Harry Ikalukjuak. 12/07/97. Frame size: 360 cm x 450 cm. Matted picture size: 190 cm x 275 cm

Harry Ikalukjuak. 05/9/91. Frame size: 300 cm x 380 cm. Inside of frame picture size: 267 cm x 345 cm

Harry Ikalukjuak. 02/05/93. Frame size: 360 cm x 450 cm. Matted picture size: 190 cm x 275 cm

Arctic Wolf. Woodcut. 12/19. Jolly Atagooyuk, ???94, Iqaluit. Frame size:505 cm x 467 cm. Matted picture size: 360 cm x 320 cm About the artist: (seller does not warrant as this was taken off the WWW). Jolly Atagooyuk, (sometimes Attagoyuk or Atagoyuk) was born on Broughton Island (now Qikiqtarjuaq). He now lives in Pangnirtung with his wife and four children. Jolly, a listed Canadian artist, has been printmaking for over ten years. He studied at the local Arctic College (woodcuts) and then went to Iqaluit with his family for more printmaking courses. There, he studied etching, watercolour for printmaking, stencil, oil painting, silkscreen, and also a visual fine art and craft foundation course. After completing his diploma in 1994, Jolly joined the Uqqurmiut Centre for Printmakers in Pangnirtung. He has been busy ever since, painting and printing, teaching printmaking, and attending arts festivals across the arctic. During the winter of 2001, Jolly attended a jeweler???s course at Arctic College. His natural talents as an artist transferred easily to working in metal, and he enjoys the challenge of a new medium. Other work by artist found online for $500

Peter Ragee, 1992, Cape Dorset. Frame size:730 cm x 590 cm. Matted picture size: 600 cm x 450 cm About the artist: (seller does not warrant as this was taken off the WWW). Ragee is the son of a talented native artist, who was a carver. Peter's work is a combination of the spiritual and contemporary observations of the artist. He has exhibited around the Canadian Arctic, at Iqaluit, Inuvik, and Rankin Inlet.?????? Peter is a well established artists that work in Prints and or Sketches as well as carving. He was raised by his parents Sakkeassie and Evalourjuk. His father was a great carver and Peter learned at a young age from him about Inuit art. His style is spiritual but also contemporary taking from experiences on the land Peter draws with much detail and uses vivid colors to depict the culture of the Inuit. His prints are widely know across the Baffin region of the territory and even thou he lives in Iqaluit now he still recalls his roots in Cape Dorset where he grew up. He has a brother and sister as well as 2 step sons. His step sons are both carvers as well. To his credit are exhibitions at the Great Northern Arts Festival in Inuvik, Nunavut Arts Festival in Rankin Inlet and Iqaluit as well as many web based galleries sell his work today. Other work by artist found online for $460

Undecipherable signature. 1989. Frame size: 520 cm x 420 cm. Matted picture size: 395 cm x 290 cm

I Remember This. Woodcut. A/O. Jolly Atagooyuk, 29/10/93. Frame size: 485 cm x 430 cm. Matted picture size: 322 cm x 273 cm About the artist: (seller does not warrant as this was taken off the WWW). Jolly Atagooyuk, (sometimes Attagoyuk or Atagoyuk) was born on Broughton Island (now Qikiqtarjuaq). He now lives in Pangnirtung with his wife and four children. Jolly, a listed Canadian artist, has been printmaking for over ten years. He studied at the local Arctic College (woodcuts) and then went to Iqaluit with his family for more printmaking courses. There, he studied etching, watercolour for printmaking, stencil, oil painting, silkscreen, and also a visual fine art and craft foundation course. After completing his diploma in 1994, Jolly joined the Uqqurmiut Centre for Printmakers in Pangnirtung. He has been busy ever since, painting and printing, teaching printmaking, and attending arts festivals across the arctic. During the winter of 2001, Jolly attended a jeweler???s course at Arctic College. His natural talents as an artist transferred easily to working in metal, and he enjoys the challenge of a new medium. Other work by artist found online for $500

Undecipherable signature. 1989. Frame size: 415 cm x 527 cm. Matted picture size: 290 cm x 395 cm

???Polar Bear???. Relief Print. 1/7. Jolly Atagooyuk, Iqaluit. ???94. Frame size: 390 cm x 465 cm. Matted picture size: 240 cm x 315 cm About the artist: (seller does not warrant as this was taken off the WWW). Jolly Atagooyuk, (sometimes Attagoyuk or Atagoyuk) was born on Broughton Island (now Qikiqtarjuaq). He now lives in Pangnirtung with his wife and four children. Jolly, a listed Canadian artist, has been printmaking for over ten years. He studied at the local Arctic College (woodcuts) and then went to Iqaluit with his family for more printmaking courses. There, he studied etching, watercolour for printmaking, stencil, oil painting, silkscreen, and also a visual fine art and craft foundation course. After completing his diploma in 1994, Jolly joined the Uqqurmiut Centre for Printmakers in Pangnirtung. He has been busy ever since, painting and printing, teaching printmaking, and attending arts festivals across the arctic. During the winter of 2001, Jolly attended a jeweler???s course at Arctic College. His natural talents as an artist transferred easily to working in metal, and he enjoys the challenge of a new medium. Other work by artist found online for $500


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