Bid on your favourite penguin from anywhere in the world… 3 – 5 February 2010
I struggled at first to digest all the data but I hope I’m correcting in saying…
– You can register now if you intend to bid on any penguins (obviously only serious bidders should register – you need to provide id etc.)
- You can, of course see all 63 lots online now and they will be on public view at St George’s Hall on 3/4 Feb.
- The online auction starts at 09.00 on Wed 3 Feb so you can start placing bids.
- On Friday 5 Feb from 12 noon the bids close at 2 minute intervals, so Lot 1 closes at 12.02, Lot 2 at 12.04 etc. until they’re all gone around 14.00.
Hope that’s clear (and correct).
An unmissable opportunity for you to pick up your very own beautiful penguin created by many of the North West’s leading artists and have a permanent memento to enjoy for years to come. 63 of our beautifully crafted and popular penguins take the starring role in an exciting online auction, raising significant funds for charities including the Liverpool Lord Mayor’s Charity Appeal and WWF, leaving a permanent legacy.
The online auction will start at 9am on Wednesday 3 February and will close every 2 minutes in lot order from 12noon on Friday 5 February. And if you’ve used an internet auction site such as ebay, you’ll find our online system a simple and convenient way to bid. The full list of 63 penguins going to auction including 3 new commissions, along with guide prices starting at £1100, can be viewed here or download the auction catalogue here.
The auction will also include Lee O’Brien’s ‘Doddy’ penguin; the winning entry of the major Liverpool ECHO competition to find ‘The People’s Penguin’. Thanks to Sutton Kersh, one of the North West’s top property auction houses, bidding is easy but make sure you register in plenty of time to bid by visiting www.gopenguins.co.uk