Time is ticking down to Wilsons Auctions’ Unreserved Government Auction

Items including designer watches and jewellery with a retail value of £1 million to go under the hammer with no reserve on Thursday 27th July.

We are preparing for our monthly Unreserved Government Auction, which will feature a wide selection of Lots with a retail value of £1 million.

The auction on Thursday 27th July at 7pm in our Belfast branch and available online through LiveBid, will include over 25 designer male and female watches from popular brands including Audemars Piguet, Rolex, Jacob & Co, Breitling, Tag Heuer, Bvlagari, Cartier and Omega. 

Other high-value items set to go under the hammer includes diamond rings, bracelets and necklaces as well as 18ct white gold earrings, 9ct gold curb link bracelet, 18ct yellow gold curb link bracelet with heart shaped bracelet and a Figaro link charm bracelet.

Additional items include a variety of silver jewellery as well as silverware including candle holders, cutlery and silver plated cream jug, sugar shaker as well as silver plated cutlery.

Wilsons Auctions will manage the disposal of almost 100 Lots during July’s monthly auction which will also include the Belfast Land & Property Auction, featuring a range of property located around Northern Ireland, the UK and across Europe.

All items will be sold as seen to the highest bidder and will be available to a worldwide audience through Wilsons Auctions online bidding facility, LiveBid.

Wilsons Auctions’ Group Asset Recovery Manager, Aidan Larkin said, “Wilsons Auctions Unreserved Government Auction is a great opportunity for customers to purchase high quality goods for an affordable price and our July auction is no different. With a large selection of designer watches and jewellery going under the hammer with no reserve, time really is ticking down for customers to get registered for the July 27th auction.

“Wilsons Auctions plays a vital role in realising important assets on behalf of our clients and we are proud to facilitate government auctions each month. In recent years Wilsons Auctions has been responsible for returning in excess of £80 million back into the public purse. Items include government repossessed assets, proceeds of crime related assets as well as corporate liquidation stock, all of which are sold to the highest bidder with no reserve,” 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 within Wilsons Auctions’ Belfast branch on Wednesday 26th July from 2pm – 6pm and Thursday 27th July from 10am – 6pm. All Lots can be viewed at any time online with additional images available on request.

For full details on all Lots or to register by midday on Thursday 27th July click here, follow on Facebook @wilsonsauctionsltd or go to @wilsonsauctions on Twitter and Instagram.