Wilsons Auctions makes waves with Unreserved Government Auction!

Jet-skis, artwork, high-end cars and designer goods all to go under the hammer with no reserve on Thursday 22nd February.

We are preparing for an action-packed Unreserved Government Auction on Thursday 22nd February with two jet-skis set to go under the hammer along with a Porsche 911, a Nissan GTR and a Kawasaki ZX 100 motorcycle.

The auction will be held at Wilsons Auctions' Belfast branch from 6pm and available to customers worldwide through the online bidding facility LiveBid.

The Unreserved Government Auction will also include a Land Rover Range Rover, Mercedes-AMG GLA45 and an Audi A1 and S3. A number of high-value watches will also feature from Audemars Piquet, Rolex, Franck Muller, Breitling and Cartier.

In addition, other high-value items to be auctioned include comic book and Star Wars artwork from Ben Jeffery, Kerry Darlington and JJ Adams, designer goods from Yves Saint Laurent, Jimmy Choo, Givenchy and Lulu Guinness, Bose electrical goods, jewellery, personalised number plates, Moncler and Canada Goose coats.

Wilsons Auctions will manage the disposal of up to 100 Lots during February's monthly auction which will be directly followed by the Land & Property Auction. A selection of property located in Northern Ireland, the UK and beyond will go under the hammer including government entries with no reserve.

Wilsons Auctions' Group Asset Recovery Manager, Aidan Larkin said, "This month's Unreserved Government Auction offers a fantastic range of luxury items from jet-skis, sports cars and motorcycles for the more adventurous bidder to designer goods, jewellery and artwork. And will all items sold to the highest bidder with no reserve, this is a great opportunity to purchase quality goods for an affordable price.

"Wilsons Auctions is proud to facilitate government auctions each month, playing an important role in realising significant assets on behalf of our clients. To date we have been responsible for returning in excess of £85 million which has been returned back into the public purse. For a chance to purchase any of the items going under the hammer, we would advise customers to register ahead of the February 22nd auction," 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 21st February from 2pm - 6pm and Thursday 22nd February from 10am - 5.30pm. 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 22nd February Click Here  follow on Facebook @wilsonsauctionsltd or go to @wilsonsauctions on Twitter and Instagram.

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