In a last-minute development just days prior to over 10,000 militaria pieces going to auction, the Australian Government have declared items within the collection, including a 2 Pounder Anti-Tank Gun built by General Motors Holden as now ‘Australian Protected Objects’ meaning that some items could be banned from leaving Australian soil due to their significance.
The largest known collection of militaria pieces featuring over 10,000 of the rarest items ever to be offered to the public are going to auction this week, after they were discovered in Australia in what has been a lifetime collection curated from all around the world.
1 million RAT tests land for desperate Australian businesses as the race becomes rapid to help businesses with dual challenges of extreme staff shortages due to the massive lack of Rapid Antigen Tests as well as also facing possible legal liabilities around providing a safe workplace.
An Australian auction company, Lloyds Auctions is carrying the baton for the private sector, by supplying over 400,000 highly sensitive bulk Rapid Antigen Tests to Australian businesses as one of the Nation’s cheapest tests available for only $8 each.
Some of the rarest items ever to be offered to the public have been discovered in Australia in shipping containers and storage sheds containing a lifetime collection of militaria from all around the world.
Over 6x B-Double trucks have started landing in Perth with an opportunity for locals to snap up a bargain this Christmas, with brand-new Smart TV’s, whitegoods and appliances being offered from $1 with no reserve at Lloyds Auctions Perth.
A surprise delivery from Santa’s sleigh are 3 HSV Holdens that have been hidden away since their production dates which are now being delivered just in time for Christmas via auction at Lloyds this Saturday.
Lloyds Auctions will be auctioning not one, but two Tickford race cars this Sunday, enabling bidders the opportunity to own what could potentially be the next Bathurst winning race car.