Wilsons Auctions raises the style stakes with Unreserved Government Auction
Luxury cars, jewellery and designer goods going under the hammer on January 30th – with no reserve!
Wilsons Auctions’ Unreserved Government Auction is back with a bang for 2020 with a number of luxury goods going under the hammer, with no reserve on Thursday 30th January at 6pm.
Taking place at the auction company’s Belfast Head Office, all items will be sold to the highest bidder at the fall of the gavel and with online bidding available, it is a great opportunity for bidders to treat themselves as they kick-start the new decade.
Featured items include eleven high-end watches including a Rolex Daytona, Rolex Day-Dates, Rolex Datejusts and Breitling and Cartier watches, 24ct gold jewellery and a selection of gemstones.
Bidders will also have the chance to purchase designer goods from Gucci, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen, Adidas Yeezy Sneakers, Fendi, Christian Louboutin, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Prada and Valentino as well as a Mercedes CLS, bottle of Dom Perignon and oil on canvas artwork by Yuvi.
The auction is available to both physical and online bidders and will appeal to a wide audience, highlighting the range of assets Wilsons Auctions specialises in realising on behalf of its government and law enforcement clients.
Wilsons Auctions’ Government Sales Coordinator, Michael Streight said, “We really are kicking off the New Year in style, with some of the biggest designer brand names in the world going under the hammer in one night. And not only is this a great opportunity to buy high-end goods at an affordable price, but with online bidding available you can bid from the comfort of your own surroundings anywhere in the world.
“Not only is this auction highlighting the broad range of luxury items we auction on behalf of our police force and government clients but we are making these items more accessible to all bidders, with the added value that they are going under the hammer with no reserve. Wilsons Auctions is proud of the role it takes in realising these seized assets, with the money raised ultimately going back to the victims of crimes or into local community initiatives,” he added.
Wilsons Auctions is a leading auction company with over 80 years of experience building skilled knowledge in an extensive variety of assets. The Asset Recovery Department works with 17 countries worldwide realising assets from cryptocurrency to supercars, luxury watches and designer goods and in recent years has realised over £100 million worth of seized assets for government agencies, law enforcement agencies and insolvency practitioners.
Physical viewing of Lots in the Unreserved Government Auction will take place at Wilsons Auctions’ Belfast branch on Thursday 30th January from 11am – 5pm.
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