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Old 22-08-2007, 9:47 AM
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Default Airport lost property auctions

I wonder if someone can tell me anything about how to find info on airport lost property auctions. I rang lost property at MAnchester airport and he thought they did auction off unclaimed items, but had no clue where or when or how to find out!
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Old 23-08-2007, 8:32 AM
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This article gives some links to auctions in the South which I guess aren't very handy for you. They might be able to give you info about northern auctions though.

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Old 23-08-2007, 10:02 PM
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Not airport property auctions, but a lot of Police forces auction found property which has not been claimed on this site...
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Old 30-04-2008, 5:11 PM
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Hi all i,d be interested in lost property auctions up north if anyone has anymore info?
or info on lost luggage auctions from man airport

cheers guys x
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A BBC news report on the subject worth reading here.
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Default Bagging Auction Bargains

I was looking for some auctions to try and see if there are any bargains and I remembered a challenge done on the Gadget Show in the last series. I cant post the link as I am still classed as a new user(?) If you go on the Gadget Show website, it is series 16 episode 3 100 challenge segment.

Plus they give some information about Auction houses such as Bumblebee (police auctions) and John Pye Auctions (Bankruptcy, repossessions and clearance). I googled them and they had some items that could be bargains.

Happy Hunting!
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Afternoon, just reading this thread and wondered if anyone had info or links to where I may be able to find these auctions please ??

I'm based in Walsall, West Midlands so any auctions close to me or within a 20 mile radius would be great !! Otherwise online bidding is usually available so distance not really a problem...
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