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    Quote Originally Posted by Maca49 View Post
    Well at least we wonít be bidding against each other in the flesh
    Yes but the alternative seems so impersonal😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Henry View Post
    Yes but the alternative seems so impersonal��
    Wellington nzhaa auction catalogue came in the mail today. 2 nzp stens and also 3 (yes 3) nz carbines…. The regular no 8 seems to be absent

    Lots of sporting firearms up for auction and a vickers MG

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    RUAHINE AUCTION UP DATE

    Firstly, I want to say a huge thank you for your support during this frustrating time, it’s been overwhelming.
    We have really enjoyed meeting up with the many of you who have come to view the items at our homes and it’s made it a little bit like an auction if you know what I mean.

    REMINDER:
    The cut off date for viewing any of the items is
    5pm Tuesday 8th February 2022
    and the cut off for the postal bids is
    11.59 Wednesday 9th February 2022

    A lot of people have not put in POSTAL BIDS before OR do not understand how it works.
    The way we run a postal auction is very similar to an actual auction.
    The amount you put in for an item is not necessarily the amount you will pay for example if you put in $500 for an item and the reserve of that item is only $100 and there are no other bids then you would get the item for the reserve, if there was another bid on the same item for $200 then you would pay the next bid which would be $220 if that makes sense, also when two bids are identical then it's the first bid we received that would will win.
    If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us on the one of the numbers below.

    Permits/Postage/Pickup

    Permits: To make it easier we have been talking to our District Arms Officer so he is emailing all District Arms Officers nationwide with the details of our auction, (all the auction lots are on a spreadsheet which is being made available). Also he is standing by to help anybody having trouble with there permits which should make things easy. We have also been furnished with a copy of this so that we can also assist if required. So that should eliminate any of the hassles some people have experienced in the past.

    Postage: We will be using Mainfreight again this year, all items will be taken to your nearest Mainfreight Depot

    Pickup: We are allowing pickups for this Auction as it will make it easier and cheaper (although Fuel has gone up??) We will also have Eftpos/Credit card facilities available for those wishing to collect their gear.

    Contacts
    Chrissy Matthews
    027 4447661
    Tony Matthews
    027 3749164
    Tony Wagenaar
    021 2418331

    Kind regards and Please keep safe
    Chrissy Matthews
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    Now the Wellington Branch Auction affected. Was 5-6 March.
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    Quote Originally Posted by omark View Post
    Wellington nzhaa auction catalogue came in the mail today. 2 nzp stens and also 3 (yes 3) nz carbines…. The regular no 8 seems to be absent

    Lots of sporting firearms up for auction and a vickers MG
    Is there an online version @omark ?
    Nothing is tough about having a 70 lb bow and looking like an uncoordinated praying mantis while trying to draw it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boar Freak View Post
    Is there an online version @omark ?
    IIRC they used to put the upcoming auction's cat up on their website a few years. They don't seem to do that now. Maybe to make it a little more difficult for the antis to get a copy.
    I emailed Steve Privett, the convener, about a week ago asking if there is a pdf available. He has not replied.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zimmer View Post
    IIRC they used to put the upcoming auction's cat up on their website a few years. They don't seem to do that now. Maybe to make it a little more difficult for the antis to get a copy.
    I emailed Steve Privett, the convener, about a week ago asking if there is a pdf available. He has not replied.
    Has he replied as I was going to email and ask the same thing and if they can put it up on the website
    Easy to do a word search if it’s a pdf
    Lots of nice stuff in the auction. Fingers crossed we can go in person as I see it’s been set back again until may !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by omark View Post
    Has he replied as I was going to email and ask the same thing and if they can put it up on the website
    Easy to do a word search if itís a pdf
    Lots of nice stuff in the auction. Fingers crossed we can go in person as I see itís been set back again until may !!
    Yep, same for me, the pdf is the best way to quickly find items of interest.

    No he hasn't replied. Go ahead and email as well. I'm going to resend my message as well.

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    From Ted Rogers

    Dear Collectors, Shooter’s, and Friends,

    Unfortunately, due to the NZ Government Covid Pandemic Red Traffic Light Restrictions we have had to postpone the 12th & 13th February 2022 Militaria Auction as we would be limited to only 100 people attending. We usually have 300 to 400 people participating over the auction weekend.

    We have canvased the main vendors who insist that the auction be live and not run as a postal auction.

    Remember you can view what photos we have of the items at https://www.flickr.com/photos/militaria-auction/albums

    With the cooperation of Southwards Car Museum in Paraparaumu we have booked the 4th & 5th June 2022, Queens Birthday Weekend in the hope that we will be at Orange Traffic Light Restrictions by then which will allow us to hold the auction.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding in these difficult times.

    Please check your junk/spam mail for our email updates.


    Stay Safe.

    Ted and the Team.
    Militaria Auction Ltd

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    And, from SSANZ (Sika Show already posted elsewhere)

    The following Events are cancelled or postponed due to COVID:

    Dargaville Gun Show 12 February.

    Napier Gun Show 12 March

    Sika Show, Hamilton, postponed until 29 & 30 October.

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    This one is still scheduled -

    NELSON BRANCH AUCTION Sunday 27th February

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    I must admit, teds being put off for a bit isn't too bad. There is a jungle carbine bayonet in there i suspect will sell for a bit. Good to save more pingers. Lots of good stuff in Ruahine auction aswell

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    Did anyone manage to win their goodies from the Ruahine auction? First time I had ever done postal bidding. May become the norm this year

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    Chrissie has just emailed (15:02) out the Prices Realised. It's a bit ugly though, not sent as a pdf just as an email.
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    It bit hard to follow but all lots seem to be there just a bit mixed up in some of the columns.
    Copied straight from her email.

 

 

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