A Jack Vettriano painting, a Bentley Continental GT, jet skis and luxury watches to go under the hammer during the Unreserved Government Auction in Belfast on 25th October.
Wilsons Auctions is preparing to auction £550,000 worth of seized goods under the Proceeds of Crime Act, during its monthly Unreserved Government Auction on Thursday 25th October.
The monthly auction will feature a range of high-end items with no reserve including an original Jack Vettriano oil painting and for thrill seekers a Bentley Continental GT, a Harley Davidson motorbike and Yamaha jet skis.
Luxury watches by Patek Philippe, Rolex, Breitling and Cartier as well as a selection of gold and diamond jewellery will also be sold to the highest bidder during the auction which will take place at Wilsons Auctions' Belfast branch from 6pm and be available to online bidders.
Other items being auctioned include a BMW X5 and a Renault Hobby motorhome as well as a number of Apple IPad Mini 2 devices and a large selection of designer goods from Christian Louboutin, Giuseppe Zanotti, Louis Vuitton, Versace and much more.
Wilsons Auctions' Asset Recovery Executive, Michael Streight said, "This month in our Unreserved Government Auction we are excited to feature items with a combined retail value of £550,00 including an original Jack Vettriano oil-painting, luxury watches by Patek Philippe and Rolex as well as jet-skis for the more adventurous customer as well as a Bentley Continental GT and a range of designer goods. With all items going under the hammer with no reserve, this is a great opportunity to purchase quality goods for an affordable price and there really is something for everyone.
"All items will be sold to the highest bidder at the fall of the gavel. Each month Wilsons Auctions plays an important role in realising a large quantity of assets on behalf of our government clients which has seen us responsible in returning £100 million back into the public purse. We are proud to facilitate these auctions across the group, which are proving more and more popular each month," he added.
A family owned business, Wilsons Auctions was formed in 1936 in Northern Ireland and has grown to become the largest independent Auction Company in the British Isles with sites in the Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales.
Wilsons Auctions is more than just an auction company, managing the whole asset realisation process for private and public sector and over 40 law enforcement agencies across the UK and Ireland.
Physical viewing of Lots will take place at Wilsons Auctions' Belfast branch on Wednesday 24th October from 1pm - 6pm and Thursday 25th October from 10am. All Lots can be viewed at any time online with additional images available on request.
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