The Furry Bog Pub which heavily featured in the RTÉ hit crime drama KIN, is selling its entire contents via Wilsons Auctions this weekend!
Located at Whitechurch Shopping Centre in Dublin 16, the TV series KIN has transformed the pub into one of the best-known boozers on television – the auction catalogue features items such as supreme pool tables, bar stools, tables, TVs, kitchen equipment, outdoor parasols, an ice machine, barrels, coolers, and the list goes on.
Presented in a timed online auction, bidding went live yesterday but registered bidders will have until 1pm tomorrow, Sunday September 24 to place any final bids before the auction begins to timeout.
Alas, viewing of the contents was yesterday only. But if you’d love to acquire some of the contents with its own TV history, then check out the catalogue now, its open to the public and interested buyers can register to bid via Wilsons Auctions website. Further information can be found on www.wilsonsauctions.com.
Ricky Wilson, Director and Auctioneer at Wilsons Auctions went on to say, “It’s not the building that is for sale, just the contents, but it’s still a chance for the public to own a bit of history!”
Wilsons Auctions was recently named as one of Ireland’s Best Managed Companies, for the 14th consecutive year and offers the largest auction facilities in Ireland, with a 21-acre site on the outskirts of Dublin City Centre.
The auction company is a family-owned business that has grown to become the largest independent auction company in Ireland and the UK. Established in 1936, Wilsons Auctions offers over 3,100 auctions annually across the group.
For further information go to www.wilsonsauctions.com, follow on Facebook @wilsonsauctionsltd or go to @wilsonsauctions on Twitter and Instagram
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