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Peter Blake Memorabilia On Auction

In the current Russell Lights there was an article about the Peter Blake memorabilia we have on display in Enterprise Russell's offices. These are now on sale at the following location - click on the links below to see details.

Unfortunately, though, the article in the RL says they will be on auction until the end of October, BUT according to the rules, they are only on sale for seven days. I need to spread the message around, especially to those people who previously showed an interest in buying same.

Proceeds from the sale will go towards "a practical project to help protect life in, on and around the waters of the beautiful Bay of Islands - to be decided by Helen Pick (BOI Coastal Watchdog), Tony Mundell (Mission to Seafarers) and myself on behalf of Enterprise Russell.

We would be grateful if you would spread this message about the closing of the auction, so that we can hopefully catch those people who were interested in this memorabilia.




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