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The Kings Arms: 2 Auctions, 1 Day

2 Auctions, 1 Day, and our Final Comm


The Auction

If you've always taken a liking to that disheveled couch or those sports bar tables, then this is your opportunity to keep a piece of the Kings Arms alive at your own home.We might be gone but it doesn't mean the chattels have to. So here's what you need to know:

Auction 1:
What: The Kings Arms Fixed Asset Auction
Where & When: The auction will be held onsite at the Kings Arms from 11amthis Tuesday 6 March.
Pre-Auction Viewing: Our viewing date is Monday 5 March from 10am to 3pm.
View Online: Want to see what's on auction? Click that big blue button at the bottom of the screen there.

If you have checked the catalogue out, you'll notice that there's still heaps of stuff you would have seen around the place over time spent at the Kings Arms that hasn't been included. Let's call it memorabilia. Well, here's the juice folks. We've decided that we will also be putting up a fair chunk of this memorabilia up for auction at the conclusion of the fixed asset sale on Tuesday. If you've got a good dose of patience, will definitely pay to hang around because who knows what's up for grabs!

Auction 2:
What: The Kings Arms Memorabilia Auction
Where & When: The auction will be held onsite at the Kings Arms this Tuesday 6 March at the end of the Fixed Asset auction.

Hope to see you at this Tuesday's auctions. This is it, we are done and dusted. Thanks for all your readership and support over the past 4 years since we've started these weekly updates. For now, this is officially the final communication we'll be sending out (unless more items come up for sale in the next week or so). Keep supporting live music in NZ, keep supporting our local musicians who are up and coming and finding their way, and keep enjoying all the beautiful mainstream and alternative genres of music out there to be enjoyed, for young, old and everyone else in between. Once these auctions are out of the way, we're winding up, clearing out and heading to new pastures. This was Chuck from the Kings Arms. We out.

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