Artwork, Rolex watches, designer goods and 24ct gold bullions to go under the virtual hammer on Friday 2nd October!
Wilsons Auctions has 100 Lots of luxury assets going under the virtual hammer on Friday 2nd October including an edition of legendary American musician Bob Dylan’s Two Sister artwork.
Worth over £12,000, the piece of art will be featured in the Online Luxury Assets Auction alongside artwork by English artist Doug Hyde, 24ct gold bullions and seven Rolex Datejust watches including two Wimbledon models.
The online auction will start on Thursday 1st October from 2pm and will time-out from 2pm on Friday 2nd October, giving potential buyers a 24-hour window of opportunity to bid online.
Other featured Lots will include a 2016 BMW 420D M Sport, a private license plate worth over £20,000, diamond and gold jewellery, an electric bike and designer clothing and bags by Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Gucci, Dior, Valentino and Yves St-Laurent.
The auction will appeal to a wide audience due to the quality of assets being realised by Wilsons Auctions on behalf of its government and law enforcement clients.
Wilsons Auctions’ Government Sales Coordinator, Michael Streight said, “This month, Wilsons Auctions is delighted to offer its customers an Online Luxury Assets Auction filled with fantastic quality goods. Not only do we have a great selection of Rolex watches, gold and designer goods but we are excited to give bidders the unique opportunity to get their hands on a piece of Bob Dylan’s artwork which should appeal to both art and music enthusiasts.
“This auction continues to highlight the range and scale of luxury goods Wilsons Auctions has the expertise in dealing with, while making them more accessible to the general public. While delivering this dedicated online auction allows us to ensure the safety of our clients, staff and customers throughout the complete auction process during these unprecedented times,” 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.
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