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Catalogue of captured German ground material (cars, lorries, and miscellaneous army stores), which will be sold by public auction at the Town Arsenal, St Peter's Barracks and various depots between 29-31 July 1946. Conducted by Harold G Benest, Auctioneer to HM Government. Authorised and agreed by Major H G Le Brocq, officer in charge of the auction sale. Includes annotations.

Reference L/C/146/B2/13/3
Date 29 July 1946 - 31 July 1946
Scope and Content Includes conditions of the auction outlined by Harold G Benest; a catalogue of the first day's sale on 29 July 1946 at the Town Arsenal, Rouge Bouillon including cars, lorry, motor cycle, ambulances and miscellaneous stores and items at the R E Depot, La Collette, and a sale at Fort Regent of hutting and medical equipment from The Stables, South Hill, Pier Road, Victoria Pier and St Peter's Barracks; a catalogue of the second day's sale on 30 July 1946 at St Peter's Barracks, including items from A Store, B Store, outside the mess room and in the mess room; and a catalogue of the third day's sale on 31 July 1946 at St Peter's Barracks, including items from the theatre, C Store, the tailor's shop, D Store, and the men's cookhouse.
Names Le Brocq, Hugh George
Benest, Harold G
Commercial Art Company Limited
Force 135
Keywords auctions | Barracks | Cars | catalogues | depots | dumps | huts | Liberation | lorries | Medical | metals | Military | Motor Bikes | Occupation | sales | stores
Category L/C-Personal and estate
Places Fort Regent, La Collette, 1, Mulcaster Street, Pier Road, Rouge Bouillon, South Hill, St Peter's Barracks, Town Arsenal, Victoria Pier
Dimensions 1 Booklet
Language English
Level of description Item

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