Sale Report – 1st March Carriage Sale Report - March 9th, 2017

MARCH 2017 READING CARRIAGE & HEAVY HORSE SALE REPORT – THIMBLEBY & SHORLAND

A good crowd attended the first Reading Carriage & Heavy Horse sale of 2017, which T&S director and auctioneer Chris Boreham described as “a curate’s egg!”.  Trade was certainly good in places with some notable prices achieved for quality items.  However the middle and bottom end of the market remains testing with no bids for some lots if they are not what buyers are looking for.  It is worth emphasising that there is no doubt that it helps to get lots in the catalogue, especially vehicles.  The principal prices achieved at the sale are set out below, all prices quoted being hammer prices net of 9% Buyers’ Premium.  

Forty-three vehicles were catalogued and there were ten late entries, one of which was a Burton Wagon built over 100 years ago and sold for £7,500.  Another late entry was a Presentation Phaeton by Kelders of Holland to suit a pair of ponies, which made £1,250.  A Wagonette Break built by the Wellington Carriage Co. (37) sold for £3,750; an attractive Stick Back Gig (20) by Brinsby & Sons of Long Acre, London and restored by Fairbourne Carriages fetched £3,300; a Box ‘Bus (30) dating from 1901 generated a lot of enquiries and sold for £2,850, and a Pleasure Driving Vehicle by Dartmoor Carriages of Devon (12) made £2,150.  A Wagonette (18) built by the late David Fielden to suit a large pair or team, made £2,200; a Ralli Car by Stella Motor Co., Ashford circa 1909 (19) made £2,400 and a Four-Wheeled Dog Cart by Croford of Ashford (22) £2,700.  Amongst the agricultural vehicles a medium size Farm Wagon in original condition (27) made £360.

The highest bid in the Harness section was £1,700 for two sets of London trade working harness (131).  A set of London light trade harness (128) made £1,100; a black/red set of trade harness bearing initials ‘J.A.’ (130) made in the early 1900’s sold for £600, and another trade set (132), with horse head terrets, made £525.  A black/brass set of breast collar harness by Huskissons of Walsall (159) to fit 16 to 18 hh made £700, and a full size presentation/coaching team harness, without reins, (129) also by Huskissons made £580.   Also entered was a pony team set (117) which made £200; two miniature pony circus harnesses (124) £260 and a British Army pack harness complete with casualty carriers (133) £300.

The Vehicle Parts section saw a successful bid of £175 for a pair of 54ins Warner wheels with axle (229); four Trolley tyres (209) made £110; six 3 stud Trolley wheels (283) £120; a pair of 11ft shaft blanks (192) £75; and a selection of mixed spring hangers (199) £85.

The Saddlery & Tack section is forever growing with a large number of saddles being entered; one sold for £200; a 17.5ins GP saddle (566) made £150 and an Australian Stock saddle (537) £60.  Others made between £50 and £60 including a 15ins Eldonian (339), a 17ins Fieldhouse (353) and a 17.5ins Falcon/Hawk event saddle (388). 

Amongst the Heavy Horse Sundries a 22ins heavy horse working collar (631) made £180; and another with hames (638) fetched £130.  A pair of cart bridles (649) by Master Saddler, S. Belasco fetched £220.  A 21ins show collar with brass hames and box keepers (1139) made £140 and another 21ins collar with hames made by Master Saddler (1275) fetched £300.  A set of four steel dray chains made £340 (709).  Elsewhere in Sundries a show pony trade collar (1173) sold for £220; and a pair of black bridles with brass fittings made £130 (1397); a leather pad with tugs made by the late Schroeder fetched £130 (1157); and a military saddle and bridle dating back to the Boer war (1170) made £160.  A pair of field/coaching boots by Maxwell with wooden trees (1241) fetched £200. 

 Amongst the Whips, a side saddle switch with wrist chain (840) made £170; a Carter’s whip (720) sold for £130; and a blackthorn driving whip by Callow (837) £160, as did a pony gig whip with snakeskin handle (837).  A holly driving whip by Buck (969) and a hawthorn pairs whip (1271) both made £180.  A small holly whip with bone handle (1196) fetched £125.  A pair of Lawton lamps with screw-in stems (936) topped the market at £900; whilst a pair of large copper/brass fire engine lamps by Shand Mason (830) made £650. A pair of narrow-fronted carriage lamps (1335) sold exceptionally well for £400; and a pair of lamps with convex lenses (1409) by Cooks Laurel Hardware & Co., Maryland made £210.  Several Horns sold well, including three by Köhler: a heavy mail-pattern horn in a wicker case (1007) made £350; a collapsible coaching horn (833) £260 and a four-in-hand ribbed coach horn initialled P.B.H (1006) £250.  A copper/nickel coaching horn by Keats & Son (903) made £250; another by Schomberg with a Boosey & Co. mouthpiece (1093) fetched £240 and a copper/nickel silver hunting horn by Swaine & Adeney (926) made £200.

Of the more unusual items a mahogany spur bar complete with spurs (842) made £130; a silver-plated whisky flask with cups in a case (847) made £200, whilst a Victorian flask with silver top and horn beaker (1355) fetched £120.  A letter clip set (927) made £200; an all-brass milk churn in excellent condition (933) fetched £900, an oak and antler whip rack (931) made £180; and a cast iron hat rack (1070) £540. 

In Pictures, Models & Books a large framed and glazed sepia photograph of Lord Roundway driving his drag and team (1474) made a startling £600 and three hand-coloured prints of scenes from Dickens after Albert Ludovici Jnr (1496, 1497 and 1498) together made an excellent £220.  A silk woven picture after Cecil Aldin (1484) made £140 and a Cecil Aldin print of a Gig in Tandem (1472) made £100.  Three hand-made models of coaches displayed in glass cases (1536, 1537 and 1538) fetched £675, £700 and £800 respectively.  A model of a fairground truck and organ trailer (1551) made £130; a whitemetal garden ornament in the form of a Cinderella’s coach (1581) made £120 and a wooden rocking horse (1572) £110.  “The Romance of the Road” written and illustrated by Cecil Aldin, complete with a map of London (1606) fetched £95 and two volumes by A.B Shone of A Century and a Half of Amateur Driving (1670) made £55, as did a set of Shire Horse Society Stallion Stud books circa 1890 (1666).

Entries for the next carriage sale, on 3rd May 2017, are now being accepted.  Please contact Lynn Martin at the office on 0118 950 8611, email lynn@tsauction.co.uk or download an entry form from the website – www.tsauction.co.uk


Reading Auction of Contractors Plant & Equipment – Sale Report – 9th February 2017 - February 24th, 2017

A very busy start to the year and at present all the signs for the trade are positive. From a slow start the yard ended up packed. A very varied entry with some choice late machines on offer which sold at a premium. Plenty of 2013-15 machines created interest. Star of the day without doubt was the 2015 Hitachi ZX130 sold at £58,500. A marvellous trade throughout with generators & compressors in particular in high demand. Shorter on medium to small plant than usual.
Principle transactions as follows:
EXCAVATORS: Hitachi ZX130LCN £58,500 (2015), £43,000 (twice) (2013), ZX27/3 £13,250 (2014), £9,750 (2014), Cat 301.8 £6,400 (2010), volvo EC210 £18,000 (2007), Kubota KX61-3 £15,200 (2014), JCB JS130 £22,500 (2011), £16,000 (2008), JCB 8025 £14,250 (2015), JCB 2CX £9,000 (2008), JCB 801.8 £6,900 (2011), JCB 801.4 £7,250 (twice) (2013), JCB 801.6 £5,600 (2008), , JCB 8060ZTS £8,500 (2001), Takeuchi TB250 £15,750 (2011), TB145 £9,300 (2007), TB016 £3,600 (2013)
TELEHANDLERS/FORKLIFTS/ACCESS: Merlo P35.13 £7,750 (2001), Still R70-25 £3,000, JCB TL30D £4,200, Toyota FD30 £2,700
ATTACHMENTS: Sandhurst SM90A selector grab £7,400 (2016), hydraulic grab £2,400, Geith grapple £1,300, hydraulic breakers to £1,600, block grabs to £650
DUMPERS: Ausa D600 £17,250 (2015), Terex TA2 £12,500 (2014) P3000 £3,900 (2006), Thwaites 1 tonne £10,250 (2016), £7,000 (2011 swivel), £4,500, £4,200 (both 2007), £3,400 (2005 & 2004), Lifton 1001 £3,400 (2005), Volvo ED750 £2,600, £2,100, JCB HTD5 £2,200 (2010)
ROLLERS: Bomag BW120AD5 £14,750 (2014), BW135 £3,200 (1999), JCB VMT260 £3,900 (2008), Terex MBR71 roller & trailer £4,300 (2015), £2,000 (2011), Terex TV1300 £4,200 (2007)
COMPRESSORS: (all RMA) Ingersoll Rand 21/215 £23,500, 12/235 £9,000 (twice), 7/71 £4,200, 7/41 £1,550, 7/31 £2,700, 7/26 £3,300, P250 £3,400, P180 £1,900, P100 £500, Atlas Copco XAHS546 £13,500, £8,000, XAHS426 £8,000, XAMS 286 £8,000, £5,500 (4 times), £5,000, XAHS236 £5,750, £5,500, £5,400 (twice), XAS97 £2,400, XAS77 £2,400 (twice), XAS67 £3,600, XAS47 £1,350, XAS36 £1,000, £700, Domnick Hunter DTZ 65P drier £5,750
GENERATORS & WELDERS: (all RMP) FG Wilson 350kva £12,250, £12,000, 250kva £5,600, 100kva £4,000, 80kva £3,800, 75kva £3,600, £3,400, 60kva £3,400, 45kva £3,300 (twice), 30kva £2,900, 10kva £1,500, Genset MG115SSP £4,700, MG70SSP £3,900 (twice), MG50SSP £3,900 (twice), £3,700, £3,400 (twice), MG35SSP £3,100 (twice), £3,000, £2,900, MG30SSP £2,900, £2,700. Cat 165kva £5,900, Mosa TS200 £825, Genset GW300D £800, petrol generators to £110
HYDRAULIC PACKS: Fairport pack £280, JCB Beaver £340, anti vib hydraulic guns to £110
PLATE COMPACTORS & RAMMERS: Wacker DPU100/70 £1,800, Belle RPC3040 £1,400, Ammann APF1240 £700, Wacker, Belle & Fairport plates to £290, rammers to £470
POKER DRIVES & POWER FLOATS: Honda poker drive units to £100, poker flex to £30, ride on power float £720, power floats to £110
PUMPS: Hilta drysite pump £460, £400, £3340, Honda sludge pump £100, Selwood Simplite pump £90, petrol water pumps to £70
FLOOR SAWS & SAW BENCHES: Wacker road saw £480, Clipper CS1 £455, saw benches to £110
SITE EQUIPMENT: Traffic management items £850, Bumpa lift £780, £750, 25 road forms £500, 20 road forms £440, Genie Superlift £440, mezzanine floor parts £380, Alto tower £220, £250 (twice), petrol vibrating screed unit £200, 5 podium steps £170 (4 times), £150 (3 times), £140, pedestrian metal barrier £70 (3 times), £60 (6 times)
POWER & HAND TOOLS ETC: Petrol concrete planer £500, masonry chain saw £270, Ridgid threader £260, Gardenmaster turf cutter £240, Lasermark rotary laser £180, qty portable transformers £170, lifting chains £160, Husqvarna cut off saw £150, £130, Stihl S410 cut quick £180 (3 times), £140 (twice), start charger £140, 9 lorry straps £110, £100 (twice), Hiretech floor sander £100, Hilti TE1000 AVR breaker £100, £70, diamond drill stand £80, Hilti TE80 hammer drill £70, damp proof injection machine £50, Clare test machine £50, many power tools from £70-£5
GARDEN & GROUNDS MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT: Ride on mowers – Countax C300H £320, Westwood T1800 £360, Mowers – Mountfield SP £100, Mountfield push £90, flail mower £30, Hayter 56 £170, £140, Chain saws – Stihl £160 (twice), Mountfield £65, £55, Hedge cutters – Stihl HL95 £150, Strimmers & Brush cutters – Stihl FS490 £220, Stihl FS480 £130, Stihl brush cutter £190 (twice) Stihl long reach £75, Other Equipment – Ditch Witch 1330 trencher £3,000, Avon drag saw £550, petrol aerator £375, Camon C8 rotovator £320, Camon C10 rotovator £300 
WORKSHOP: Lincoln CV450T welder £270, Honda petrol washer £200, Hilta diesel washer £450, Karcher pressure washer £320, Numatic floor cleaner £85, Andrews space heater£180, Efco IP3000 steam cleaner £180
TRAILERS, BOWSERS, TOWER LIGHTS: Indespension and Ifor Williams plant trailers to £1,300, Western 2000 litre Transcube & Abbi bowsers to £1,450, Western 3000 litre, 2000 litre, 1500 litre & 950 litre tanks to £900, Western pressure washer bowser £3,200, VT1 and Eco VT1 tower lights to £1,450, Amida lighting towers to £600
VEHICLES: Scania 420L 6×2 with PM 34 crane £15,500,
Iveco Eurocargo 75E18 (2008) £5,400, Kawasaki Mule £2,400, Ford Ranger £2,000 (2004)

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The Winter Reading Carriage Sale – Report - November 22nd, 2016

The last Reading Carriage sale of 2016, held at Reading on the 9th November, was a small but select affair, with some notable prices achieved.  The replica Curricle (20) which graced the front cover of the catalogue, not full size and still needing a considerable amount of work to complete it, made £4,100.  A highly painted London Trolley (30) reached its expected price of £10,500.  A Stick Back Phaeton (14) for a 15 to 16.2 hh pair made £1,400; and a Glinkowsky Exercise Cart (32) fetched £1,020.  A Harvest Wagon in original condition (3) made £600 as did an original Hay Wain (7) which had belonged to Lionel Seaward back in 1913.  A Harewood Gig to suit a 14.2 to 15.2 (33) made £380

Of the relatively small number of sets of harness on offer a set of black/yellow trade harness (106) made £1,500 and another trade set in two-tone brown made £320 (140).  A set of black/whitemetal cob size harness sold for £440 (13) and a single set by Huskissons of Walsall with a 20ins collar to fit 13.2 to 14.2 hh made £280 (118).  In the vehicle parts section a three-stud axle with three wheels made £95 (216); a corner manger by Musgrave of London & Belfast fetched £65 (171) and a brass foot rest £50.  The usual fittings such as snaps, shaft furniture, whip holders, etc. made between £12 and £50.

November however saw the largest number of entries for the Saddlery & Tack section since it was incorporated in Carriage Sales in 2013.  Amongst the saddles was a Western saddle which made £300 (845); a 17.5ins Albion Selecta saddle with inter-changeable panels £250 (2028); a 17ins GP saddle by Barnsby £200 (294); an Australian Stock saddle (388) £150; a brown leather GP saddle by Fieldhouse £155 (2054).  Various horse rugs sold for between £30 and £50, and bridles and bits from £20 to £60.

An interesting pair of rare postilion/outrider state whips by Callow each with a brass butt cap in the form of an Earl’s coronet and bearing the initial ‘D’ for Lord Derby, had bidders by phone and commission, eventually selling for £500 each (606 & 607).  A very rare Malacca hunting whip engraved ‘Nov 1835’ fetched £460 (608).  A fine example of a dealer’s whip by Crawley of Peterborough with a cross keys decoration made £470 (895).  A 57ins holly pair whip made £250 (942).  Holly whips by Swaine are always a popular buy –  a small child’s holly whip by Swaine made £150 (950); another by Swaine & Adeney £250 (757); a lady’s side saddle switch £100 (609) and a lady’s driving whip £80 (758).  There was a nice selection of carriage lamps  – a pair of decorated octagonal Hearse lamps with unusual top-hinged door panels made £600 (613); another pair by Wilson & Stockall, Bury made £200 (484). A pair of Alfred Hales black/brass oval lamps made £400 (559), as did a pair of very small carriage lamps with oval fronts (726); two other carriage lamps sold for £350 (930), and a pair of whitemetal Gig lamps with convex lenses made £250 (573). 

Other sundries realising good money were a 19ins black collar in show condition which fetched £220 (546); a hunting coat which made £170 (478); and a pair of patent/brass horse pair driving bridles which fetched £150 (543).  A large cream conical milk churn sold for £210 (604).  Rescued from a box of items to be sold as a ‘job lot’ in a General Sale was a small copper/nickel hunt horn by Swaine & Adeney with the initials ‘CGL’ on the mouthpiece, which sold for a very pleasing £150 (620).  Another saved from the rubbish tip was a large brown leather suitcase initialled ‘JHT’, minus its glass toiletry bottles, making £200 (901).  A complete “En route” travelling refreshment set in a wicker basket by Drew & Sons, London with a paraffin burner, hot plate, copper pan and kettle, and enamel cups and saucers made £110 (956).  A horse-shoe shaped mahogany table on three legs made £130 (957).  An oil painting of Park Carnation by F. Thurlby, along with Frank Haydon’s own leather-bound book entitled Famous Harness Horses, which contained a chapter on Park Carnation, sold to a foreign buyer for £340 (1009). 

In the models section were two superbly-made models  – a scaled miniature of the ‘Vigilant’ Road Coach complete with lamps, pole, etc. which sold for £1,750 (1044), and an apprentice piece model of a three-wheeled ‘Express’ Dairy Hand Cart with milk cans and a churn which made £1,450.  A glass case containing Frank Haydon’s Judging badges dating from 1960 made £160 (1045).

All in all a most successful sale and it just goes to show that quantity is not everything and the discerning buyers are always around for the right items.  A good end to what has been a busy year including several journeys “up north”, which we will be repeating in 2017 with a second North of England sale, and we look forward to 2017. 

 

Entries for the next carriage sale on 8th March 2017 are now being accepted, catalogue entries closing at the end of January.  Please contact Lynn Martin on 0118 950 8611,  or email lynn@tsauction.co.uk, or download an entry form.

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Modern self-contained office – Reading town centre – TO LET - October 28th, 2016

MODERN SELF CONTAINED TOWN CENTRE OFFICE
Within 8 minutes walking distance of Reading Station
Parking for 2/3 cars 

711 ft2 Approx

6 Bellman Court

6 BELLMAN COURT, GREAT KNOLLYS STREET 
(Caversham Road End)
READING, RG1 7HN

IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE

Location:     
Bellman Court is situated off Great Knollys Street, just off the Inner Distribution Road (IDR) and within a short walking distance of the Town Centre and the Railway Station. Junction 11 (M4) is about  4 miles with Junction 12 and Junction 10 being similar distance giving excellent communications with London and Heathrow Airport. The M4 gives access to all parts of the Country and the South Coast ports.

Description:
No 6 Bellman Court is the end of a modern terrace of 6 office/business units on 2 floors constructed of brick under a pitch slate roof with double glazes windows, north facing giving good natural light. The accommodation is open plan on the ground floor with a separate kitchen area and toilet facilities. Staircase to the first floor with an open plan office and a separate toilet and wash hand basin. There are suspended ceilings with recessed fluorescent lighting. Gas fired central heating, burglar alarm fitted and security shutters.

Terms:
By arrangement.

Services:     
Mains water, electricity, gas and sewerage are connected to the property. BT telephone lines available.

Rent:
£12,500 pax (no VAT).

Rateable Value:
£8,600.  Gross charge £4,162.40.

Service charge:
The Bellman Court Management Company currently charge an annual sum of £300 for insurance and maintenance of common areas. 

Viewing:       
Contact Thimbleby & Shorland during normal office hours on 0118 950 8611.

All measurements are approximate.
In conjunction with

SHARPS COMMERCIAL
Reading 0118 939 1600

6 Bellman Court

 

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Report & Price List for the 48th Annual Show & Sale of Shetland Ponies - October 24th, 2016

Thimbleby & Shorland held their 48th Autumn Show & Sale of Shetland Ponies under the auspices of the Shetland Pony Stud Book Society, on Wednesday 19th October. 97 ponies were entered, 30 less than in 2015, made up of 15 colt foals; 33 filly foals; 10 stallions & entire males; 2 geldings; and 37 mares & fillies.
The sale ring was full throughout the sale, with buyers from right across the country, as well as from Austria, Holland, Norway and Belgium, demonstrating the quality of ponies on offer and the increased confidence. Of the 97 ponies that were catalogued, 90 were offered, and 79 sold. The clearance rate was an excellent 88%, well up on last year’s figure of 71%.
13 of the 15 colt foals offered were sold, the top price being 475 guineas for the Show Champion Foal and overall Reserve Show Champion, Mrs D J Smith’s very smart standard Garthspool Lucca, by Threapwood Vulcan, the same sire as that of the 2015 Show and Sale Champion. The average colt foal price was substantially higher than last year at 175 guineas.
This year the top price for a filly foal was Anwen Jones’s very pretty palomino miniature Talog Golden Girl, who certainly surprised her owner when selling for 1600 guineas, making her comfortably the highest priced filly foal. There was a very pleasing strength in depth however, with 6 other fillies making over 700 guineas The average for the 31 fillies offered, of which 30 sold, was 513 guineas, again a marked improvement on last year.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the sale however was in the stallions section, where 2 bidders were determined to buy Mrs C L Walker-Davis’s black standard stallion Warrackston Bob. The bidding finally stopped at 3,200 guineas. A truly versatile pony he has hunted, done dressage, shown under saddle, and of course covered mares very successfully.
32 mares and fillies were offered this year, down in numbers on 2015, but as a result the bidding was even stronger, with an 88% clearance and 4 ponies making 1000 guineas or over. Clifford and Jackie Percy’s Show Champion, Snelsmore Rouge, a very well-bred 2 year old junior filly, made a very pleasing 1,100 guineas, but the top price of 1,940 guineas went to Mr G C Cross for his 4 year old filly Lochfleet Skelbo Serenity.
In the harness, models and stud books sections of the sale a Shetland pony sized side saddle sold for £600, and 3 lots of very old Stud Books, dating back to 1892, made £430.
Auctioneer and Thimbleby & Shorland director Chris Boreham said; “This sale saw a marked increase in the demand for good ponies. Many breeders have been saying that
there has been a significant upturn in interest in their ponies and it certainly showed in the excellent clearance level and strong averages achieved. It was so good for all concerned to witness a solid trade and see good ponies making good money. There was strong interest from abroad which the weaker pound will have helped, but the most pleasing thing about the sale was the continuing increase in the quality and presentation of all ponies. There seems every confidence that if vendors keep this up they can expect to be properly rewarded for their efforts.”

Garthspool Lucca - Overall Champion Foal

Garthspool Lucca – Overall Champion Foal

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Snelsmore Rouge - Overall Show Champion

Snelsmore Rouge – Overall Show Champion

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Sale Report for the Plant Sale on the 6th October - October 20th, 2016

The start of a very busy Autumn with Speedy, Garic, Morgans Plant Hire along with the Reading auction.  A very good entry in the yard after a slow start and probably the best trade seen for some while.  Exporters very keen to utilise the strong exchange rate in their favour and plenty of confidence from UK buyers too. Virtually a total clearance.  Another large consignment from Speedy for the third time in 5 weeks met its usual demand and in the main sold extremely well.  Tidy ready for work machines once again selling at a premium to end users.  Much more activity online with 32% selling to the net, although there were a large contingent of export buyers onsite.  A clearance of 94% with 42% for export.

Principle transactions as follows:

TELEHANDLERS & ACCESS: 
JCB 535/140 (08) £19,000, JCB 535/125 (07) £12,250, 252/67 £5,500, TLT 35D (13) £14,500, £11,000 (05), £6,800 (06), £5,500 (04), TLT30G £7,000 (10), Cat TH62 £6,100, Niftylift 120 £7,700 (12), Skyjack SJ3219 £3,800 (11) (twice), Power Scissor £1,050 (4 times)  
EXCAVATORS & TRACTORS:
Komatsu WA380 loading shovel (05) £20,500, Hyundai R55 (11) £12,250, Kubota KX101 £10,800 (08), KX91 £9,100 (08), U45 £9,100 (05), £8,200 (04), KX015 £7,700 (11) (twice), KX36 £5,700 (07), KX41 £6,400 (07), K008 £4,400 (08), £4,100 (05), JCB 802,5 £12,000 (11), 801.4 37,100, £700 (13) £5,900 (11) (twice), Volvo EC15 £7,400, £7,00 (12) (twice), Komatsu PC10 £3,400, Bobcat S20 £3,500, Hanix H36 £7,000, N150 £3,300
ATTACHMENTS: 
Atlas Copco 3 tonne braker £800, JCB 1.5 tonne breaker  £900 (3 times), £850, 2ft 20 tonne bucket £550, 2 tipping skips £200, Block grab £150
DUMPERS:
Neuson 9001 £5,800 (07), Barford 3 tonne swivel £3,900 (07,08), (4 times), Benfod PS3000 £2,300, Kanga skidsteer £220, Messeri tracked barrow £2,100, Terex HD1000 £6,700, £6,600 (twice), £6,500, £6,400 (all 2011)
ROLLERS: 
Ammann AV33 £6,000, Bomag BW120AD3 £4,600, £4,100, Benford TV800 £3,700, Bomag BW80 £2,500, Bomag BW90 £2,000, pedestrian rollers to £500
COMPRESSORS: 
Atlas Copco XRVS426 £26,000, XAS145 £2,600, XAS137 £6,200, XAS67 £2,200, £2,100, XAS47 £900, XAS46 £500, XAS40 £800, XAS37 £1,100 (3 times), Compair C76 £2,300, C42 £1,300, C38 £1,400, C25 £900 (twice) C20 £300 (twice), Doosan 741 £2,900, 731 £2,200 (twice), Ingersoll Rand 12235 £8,500, 771 £7,200, £3,200, 741 £1,700, £1,600, £1,500, 726 £1,700, P101 £650 (twice), Sullair 65K £1,300 (twice), £1,250
GENERATORS & WELDERS:  
Hushgen 77kva £3,800, £3,300, FG Wilson 500kva £10,500 (no power) 100kva £3,800, 60kva £3,500 (twice), £3,300, £3,200, 20kva £2,100, £2,000, Genset MG150SS-P £4,700, MG115SS-P £4,100, MG50SS-P £3,200, MG501PSM £2,900, £2,500, MG35SS-P £2,400, £2,000 MPM20/600 £2,700, Cummins 180kva open set £2,000, Hyundai £1,800, Lister 2 cylinder generator £1,100, Stephill SSD 10,000 £900, Pramac P11000 £900,, Pramac 6kva £600, £580, £460 (twice) £450, SDMO 6kva £450, Genset MG6SS-Y £440 (twice), petrol generator to £90
MIXERS: 
Winget, Benford, and Belle to £420, mini mixers to £80  
HYDRAULIC PACKS:  
Cat Pp210 £400, JCB Beaver £700, £680, £520, £500, £450, £340 (twice) £300, £250, £140, Panther £230
PLATE COMPACTORS & RAMMERS:
Belle RPC30/40 £850, Wacker DPU2540 £850, £600 (twice), Wacker DPU 6055 £775, petrol plates to £400, rammers to £340
POKER DRIVES & POWER FLOATS:
hi frequency poker £140 (3 times) £115 (4 times) £100, Honda pdu £50, power float to £300
PUMPS:
6in water pump £700, £550 (twice) £500, petrol pumps to £80, diesel pumps to £240
FLOOR SAWS & BLOCK SPLITTERS:
Quanta FS1200 £1,000, Clipper XS451 £560, £460, Clipper saw £350, £350
SITE EQUIPMENT:
Bumpa Hoise £600, alloy scaffold towers £580 (twice), Boss alloy tower £550, 20 road forms £550, quantity of beam clamps £300, qty of trestles £280, Qty piling sheets £280, Qty Boss alloy scaffold £250, 2 site transformers £200, Razor deck £200, ALP lift £180, Genie Superlift £170, Set of King hop up ramps £160 (twice), Gantry hoise £140, Qty Heras fence £140, Qty crowd carrier £100
POWER & HAND TOOLS ETC:  
Luminator light £230, Stihl TS400 and 410 disc  cutters £180, £160 £150 etc., Thor air breakers to £160, floor sanders £190, £180 etc., petrol floor scabbler £160, Wacker petrol breaker £150, £130, Bosch heavy breakers to £150, Rotabest drill rig £150, Stihl  petrol diamond drill £150, floor planer £140, Kango 950 breaker £120, Makita scabbler £130, Makita rotary breakers to £120, Hilti rotary breakers to !110, Dewalt cordless nailer £110, mag drills to £110, Atlas Broomwade air rock drill £110, Dewalt thicknesser £100, many hand tools ranging from £20-£90
GARDEN & GROUNDS MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT: 
Mowers: Honda SP mower £190, Mountfield 17in mower £90, Makita SP mower £100,  Chain saws:  Stihl £200, Stihl MS170 £140 (twice), Husqvarna 268 £75,  Hedge cutters: Stihl HS45 £170 (twice), Stihl HL95 £90,  Strimmers & Brushcutters:  Stihl brushcutter £150 (3 times), Stihl FS55 £200 (3 times)  Other Equipment:  C500 stump grinder £500, C8 rotovator £300 (twice), Birchwood turf cutter £180, £160 (twice)
WORKSHOP: 
Hilta power washer £380, £360, Karcher steam cleaner £350, Lombardini pressure washer £300, Karcher steam cleaner £260, Kemppi welder £220, Oil cooled arc welder £70  
TRAILERS, BOWSERS, TOWER LIGHTS: 
4 tonne Grundowinch £4,600, 3 tonne Grundowinch £4,200, Brendon pressure washer bowser £2,600, VB9 £2,700, £2,500, £2,100, VT1 tower light £2,900, £2,800, £2,600 (4 times), £2,400, Ifor Williams 3.5 tonne tipping trailer £2,000, 4 Shifta conveyors £1,500 (4 times), diesel winch £1,200, oil transfer bowser £1,000, Ifor Williams 2.7 tonne trailer £1,200, £1,000, Ifor Williams 3.5 tonne plant trailer £900, Western 2000L Transcube bowser £700, Arcgen power tower £650 (twice), Linklight £500 (3 times)

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