Wilsons Auctions, a leading provider in Asset Recovery and the largest independent auction company across Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, has been instructed by The Criminal Assets Bureau to auction over 100 seized goods this December.
Seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act, the items listed in the auction catalogue include a large selection of luxury and designer goods.
An extensive range of popular and waitlist watches include various Rolex Submariners, Rolex Datejusts, an 18ct Gold Cartier Santos 100, two Limited Edition Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshores, a Hublot Big Bang, Rolex Daytonas, a Breitling Navitimer, a Tag Heuer Ladies Formula 1 as well as brands including Gucci and Raymond Weil.
For those who have a taste for fine jewellery, the auction offers numerous diamond rings, a 14ct White Gold Necklace, 14ct White Gold Bracelets, Diamond Earrings and a 18ct Gold Cartier Love Bracelet.
A selection of Chanel and Louis Vuitton handbags are amongst other designer items including jackets such as a Moncler Two-Tone Harry Giubbotto Jacket and a Canada Goose Langford Parka Heritage Jacket. To complete your outfit, bidders will find Louis Vuitton sunglasses and Louis Vuitton belts in the auction catalogue.
Gold bars are also listed amongst the luxury and designer items, available to bidders in 1-ounce packages.
Presented in a timed online auction, this auction will open on Friday 1st December at 1pm. Registered bidders will have a lengthy window of opportunity to bid online before the auction closes from 1pm on Monday 4th December. Bidding will be open to the public and will be online only.
Wilsons Auctions’ Director and Auctioneer, Ricky Wilson said, “We are delighted to be managing the sale for CAB. Wilsons Auctions is well known for dealing with seized goods. All the money raised from this auction will be paid directly back into the state.”
“This is an ideal opportunity for bidders to get their hands on Christmas gifts,” he concluded.
Interested bidders can view the full auction catalogue and all information by visiting www.wilsonsauctions.com. The auction is open to the public and individuals can simply register to bid via Wilsons Auctions’ website.
Viewing for this auction can be arranged via Lisa Luby by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +353 (0)1464 2800.
As the largest independent auction company in Ireland and the UK, Wilsons Auctions conducts over 3,100 auctions annually with over 85 years of experience. More than just an auction company, Wilsons Auctions manages the whole asset realisation process for private and public sector and over 40 law enforcement agencies across Ireland and the UK.
The Asset Recovery Department works with 17 countries worldwide realising an array of assets and in recent years has realised over £150 million worth of seized assets for government agencies, law enforcement agencies and insolvency practitioners.
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