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GIG built by Denis Walmsley of Laverstoke in 1987 to suit approx. 10 to 11hh pony.

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300 GBP
Reading, Berkshire

GIG built by Denis Walmsley of Laverstoke in 1987 to suit approx. 10 to 11hh pony.  Finished in natural varnished wood with brown lining, shafts and wheels.  On 36ins/14-spoke Warner wheels with rear transverse spring. Black upholstered cushions and back rest, with storage beneath.  Fitted with rear reflectors, brass rein rail, whip holder, metal steps and mud guards, and includes 2 spanners.  Measurements:  54ins wide x 18.5ins floor to seat x 51ins from swingletree to shaft tip x 20ins between shafts.  Fits into an Ifor Williams 505 trailer.  This is the first vehicle that Denis Walmsley ever built.     Lot 9 can be viewed at the Reading Auction Centre

GIG built by Denis Walmsley of Laverstoke in 1987 to suit approx. 10 to 11hh pony.  Finished in natural varnished wood with brown lining, shafts and wheels.  On 36ins/14-spoke Warner wheels with rear transverse spring. Black upholstered cushions and back rest, with storage beneath.  Fitted with rear reflectors, brass rein rail, whip holder, metal steps and mud guards, and includes 2 spanners.  Measurements:  54ins wide x 18.5ins floor to seat x 51ins from swingletree to shaft tip x 20ins between shafts.  Fits into an Ifor Williams 505 trailer.  This is the first vehicle that Denis Walmsley ever built.     Lot 9 can be viewed at the Reading Auction Centre

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31 Great Knollys Street
Reading
Berkshire
RG1 7HU
United Kingdom

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CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT 1987 & THE CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR

TRADING REGULATIONS 2008:

All goods at the Auction are second-hand, unless otherwise stated and sold as seen

 

 

 

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1.At the fall of the hammer, closing of the tender sale or the on-line lot closing time, the highest acceptable bid for each lot shall be the Purchaser and, in the event of any dispute, the Auctioneers shall have absolute discretion to settle such dispute.

 

2.No person may advance less at a bid than a sum to be named from time to time by the Auctioneer, nor shall any bidding be retracted. The Auctioneers may, without giving any reason therefore, refuse to accept the bidding of any person or persons.

 

3.All lots are put up for sale subject to any reserve price placed by the Vendors, who may bid for any lot or lots, and may withdraw any lot or lots, either personally or through the Auctioneers or through any other person, as many times as they respectively may think fit.

 

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7.No undertaking of the Auctioneers or their employees to take charge of any lots after the sale or to forward them to their destination shall be held to impose upon the Auctioneers any legal obligation or vitiate any of the foregoing conditions.

 

8.In all cases of transfer the original Purchaser shall be held responsible for the purchase money.

 

9.The Auctioneers reserve the right to withdraw or divide any lot or to combine any two or more lots at their sole discretion and to sell in such order as they may think fit.

 

10.The Auctioneers have described the lots to the best of their ability and belief, but any statement made either in advertisements, catalogues, on-line description, photograph or other publicity are those of opinion only and are made without responsibility and shall not give rise to any action in law for damages or compensation or rescission of sale by a purchaser against the Vendor, the Auctioneers or their employees. All electrical or mechanical items are sold as un-tested, without warranties or any guarantees as to serviceability, working order or fit for purpose.

 

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