January 2016

EJ Ainger

Outstanding antique furniture leads the charge for 2016 first auction

The contents of a Toorak mansion are the highlight of E.J. Ainger’s first auction for the year from 9.30am Tuesday February 2 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

The Mathoura Road property contains outstanding Victorian and 19th century French library, dining room, bedroom and occasional furniture and luxurious lounge furnishings.

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Steve Graham Auctioneer

Farm equipment for country auction goers

The original cottage was built in the late 1800s – however, with the recent death of the farmer the property has been sold and auctioneer Steve Graham will auction all the farming and workshop equipment at Shannon’s Lane, Kerrie from 10am Sunday January 31.

For auction goers looking for useful farm equipment, this auction is a must see with an International 434 diesel tractor (with 1358 hours) among the main attractions.

Other highlights include a Berends Cyclomatic 15000 mulcher mower and 10-disk offset plough, along with a Daken 3’6” slasher.

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Glenelg Auctions

Bochara Park clearing sale one for the masses

A clearing sale for Bochara Park near Hamilton, Victoria should attract auction goers from miles around when auctioneer Brian O’Halloran from Glenelg Auctions climbs the podium at 10.30am Saturday January 30.

Bochara Park is 12 kilometres west of Hamilton (off the Glenelg Highway) and auction goers are advised to follow the direction signs to the sale.

The property has been sold and there is a lot of farm machinery up for grabs.

One of the major drawcards is a John Deere 5410 tractor and loader with 1298 hours on the clock.

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Steve Graham Auctioneer

Pioneer village up for grabs tomorrow

Auction goers have the opportunity tomorrow (January 17) to obtain a small piece of the Porcupine Township at Maldon when auctioneer Steve Graham begins his on site auction at 10am.

Porcupine Township is your typical Australian pioneer village of the 1850s – a la Sovereign Hill at Ballarat.

Established in the early 1990s, it was a popular tourist attraction among those interested in seeing life in a gold mining community in colonial times first hand until purchased about five years ago by the current owners and closed down.

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