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SPARTACUS SALE

SUN 9 DEC 2012 - 11:00AM
LIVE OFFSITE AUCTION
5 Gabador Road,
Mt Wellington, Auckland

VIEW CATALOGUE ONLINE
Viewing Times
Fri 7 Dec and Sat 8 Dec, 9.00am – 4.00pm
Sun 9 Dec 9.00am – 10.45am

Click Here to Bid Live Online During the Auction at www.artfact.com
After four years of local production, the heroic show that is SPARTACUS has come to its epic conclusion.

Working with the very best creative talent the SPARTACUS film production team have produced a vast range of on-set props and dressings that are to be offered at no reserve on the 9th December at one of the studio's which were used to film SPARTACUS Blood & Sand, Gods of the Arena, Vengeance and coming soon in January 2013 War of the Damned.

Overseas buyers please check with your local authorities to ensure you are able to import your item prior to placing bids. Please refer to Buying at Webb's, point 7 for shipping arrangements.


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