Belfast Telegraph

Luxury cars, watches and guitars to be auctioned in Northern Ireland

Hundreds of luxury and designer goods will be going up for auction this Thursday at Wilsons Auctions.

The auction will feature a selection of eight high-value Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi cars, BMW and Yamaha motorcycles.

Over 20 designer watches including Audemars Piguet, Hublot, Rolex, Breitling and Rolex will also be up for grabs.

Additional items include a range of designer handbags and purses from Yves Saint Laurent, Celine, Givenchy and Chanel, gold and diamond jewellery, silver and gold ingots as well as a 42" Panasonic Smart TV and a 40" Samsung Smart TV.

The Belfast Land and Property Auction will take place directly after the Unreserved Government Auction with over 40 Lots ranging from residential and commercial properties in the UK and across Europe.

Wilsons Auctions will be supporting Northern Ireland Hospice by auctioning a collection of 19 Fender Stratocaster on its behalf during its Unreserved Government Auction.

Donated to the charity by a private donor, a number of the guitars have been signed by famous rock stars including the Rolling Stones’ Bill Wyman, Motley Crue’s Vince Neil, Guns ‘n’ Roses axeman Slash, Cream’s Jack Bruce and Def Leppard’s Belfast-born guitarist Vivian Campbell.

One guitar, a 2002 US Custom Shop-made seafoam green Strat boasts signatures from Bad Company and Free drummer Simon Kirke, fellow Bad Company member Mick Ralphs, Jack Bruce and Rolling Stones legend Bill Wyman.

Among the most desirable in the collection is a 1977 American-made maple-wood Strat which also carries Jamie Moses’ autograph, the respected session guitarist best-known for his work with Queen, Amy Winehouse, Bob Geldof and Mike and the Mechanics.

Full proceeds from the sale of the guitars will go back to the charity and bring vital funds to Northern Ireland Hospice’s care services.

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