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Rolex, Breitling, Bentley and Ferraris up for grabs at Northern Ireland auction

Published 06/10/2016

Ferrari 458 Italia 4.5 Coupe.
Ferrari 458 Italia 4.5 Coupe.
Louis Vuitton vintage handbag.
Breitling super ocean stainless steel chrono watch
One moment by Belvada. Essential eye cream 30ML pure 24ct gold plate pearl protein.
Bentley continental GTC 6.0 W12 speed

Fancy owning a Rolex, Breitling watch, Bentley or a Ferrari? Well now's your chance as you could buy the luxury items for less at a special Northern Ireland auction.

City Auction Group's prestige sale is taking place tonight (Thursday October 6).

There are more than 100 items up for grabs which have come direct from banks and asset recovery and government departments with no reserve - meaning you could get them at a knock down price.

Items include unique cars, watches, jewellery and other luxury items from brands including Rolex, Breitling, Bentley, Ferrari, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Chopard and Diamond Solitaire’s.

Managing director Michael Tomalin said: "This specialist auction event is one not to be missed as high end assets will be offered to the private sector at huge savings.

"The selection of vehicles and assets is unrivaled in the region with direct entries from corporate vendors such as banks and government departments."

It takes place tonight at City Auction Group, Belfast Centre, 10 Comber Road, Carryduff at 6pm.  

You can also register online to join in on the online auction service.

For full listings of available items click here

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