Rolex watches, Bitcoin and Louis Vuitton bags confiscated from conspicuous criminals go on sale.


The auction will include a variety of watches, including an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore Michael Schumacher, a Rolex Sky-Dweller and a Cartier Tank Watch.

Fancy goods seized from criminals by government agencies will be auctioned to the highest bidder – including Rolex watches and 47 Bitcoin.

They will be auctioned along with 10oz gold and a Cartier watch.

Other highlights of the auction include some of the world’s most luxurious designer brands, including handbags by Hermes, Chanel and Louis Vuitton, as well as the unique opportunity to purchase a 1930s steamer trunk from Paris luxury icon Goyard.

A total of 47.79 bit coins will be distributed among 44 lots of 0.25 to 3 bit coins, giving bidders from around the world the opportunity to invest in the popular crypto currency.

The assets will be auctioned at the upcoming online auction of Wilsons Auctions for luxury goods, which starts on Wednesday, November 4, at 2 p.m. and ends on Thursday, November 5, at 2 p.m., so that potential buyers have the opportunity to place online bids for 24 hours.

The Goyard case is in good condition, comes with a passenger list of the RMS Queen Elizabeth Maiden Voyage and bears the original Cunard Line Shipping label of an RMS Queen Elizabeth who sailed from New York to Southampton on April 20, 1955.

The auction will appeal to a wide audience due to the quality of the assets Wilson Auctions realizes on behalf of its government and law enforcement clients.

The Asset Recovery Department works with 17 countries worldwide, liquidating assets ranging from crypto money to super cars, luxury watches and designer goods, and has realized over £120 million worth of confiscated assets for government agencies, law enforcement and insolvency practitioners in recent years.

Michael Streight, Wilsons Auctions Government Sales Coordinator, said: “We are delighted to continue our secure offer of crypto-money realisation on behalf of our government clients, and this month is no exception: over 47 bit coins and a wide range of other luxury goods are coming under the virtual hammer.

“Along with the designer goods that would play an important role in this monthly auction, it was a welcome addition to our award-winning auction service to be able to offer customers this secure solution and eliminate the risks that can be associated with trading on unregulated virtual currency exchanges, while allowing new and experienced investors to buy crypto currencies from an established auction house.

This auction is held exclusively online, all lots can be viewed on the Wilsons Auctions website and for further information visit [email protected]


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