An auctioneer who works at the auction house in Rome. You can set up an auction by talking to him.
Location: Auction House in Rome
Beyond Atlantica, history and legend:
Sotheby's is the world's second oldest international auction house
in continuous operation. It was founded in London, England on March 11, 1744 when English explorer Samuel Baker
presided over the disposal of "several hundred scarce and valuable" books from the library of Sir John Stanley, a British politician. Today, the firm has an annual turnover of approximately US $2 billion, maintains offices on London's New Bond Street and Manhattan's York Avenue, and has more than 1,900 employees. The auction house deals mainly in fine art, antiques and collectibles, and holds hundreds of sales each year at its auction centers around the world. The organization also maintains an historic rivalry with Christie's auction house of London. Despite financial difficulties, and falling prey to the temptation of illegal price-fixing in collusion with Christie's at the beginning of the twenty-first century, Sotheby's serves human society by facilitating the buying and selling of significant items of the highest value.
Source: New World Encyclopedia