Going once, going twice…SOLD!

Going once, going twice…SOLD!

Going once, going twice…SOLD!

Going once, going twice…SOLD!

Going once, going twice…SOLD!

Going once, going twice…SOLD!

Going once, going twice…SOLD!

Tonks Norton's Buildings, Hereford Street

Frebruary 1900

At the time this was considered to be one of the most handsome buildings in New Zealand. Designed by Fred J. Barlow and W.A.P. Clarkson (1863-1917), it was built in a classic style of stone and brickwork with oriel windows on the first floor. Messrs. Tonks Norton & Co. were auctioneers

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - South

Source: The weekly press, 14 February 1900, p. 8

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Christchurch Festival auction item delivery

3 June 1983

Festival organisers John Page (left) and Robin Neate delivering goods to the Theatre Royal be auctioned in a live show as part of the Christchurch Festival. Goods include a portable heater, aeroplane models and a cricket bat.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - North

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-01142A

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Lost property auction at Student Union building

15 March 1972

Lost property auction at Canterbury University Student Union building (41 Hereford Street).

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - West

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-01614A

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Chellowdean house, MacMillan Ave, Cashmere

1 November 1985

Exterior of Chellowdean house in MacMillan Ave, Cashmere with groups of people stood on the grounds during the Auctioning of the property. At the time the house was the most expensive house sold at auction, for $370,000.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: South / Cashmere

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Helmore and Cotterill house, Fendalton

14 February 1987

Exterior of the home and gardens of Mr and Mrs Cooper on Wroxton Terrace, Fendalton. The house was designed by Helmore and Cotterill in 1929 and at the time of the photograph was to be auctioned.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: North West / Fendalton

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Helmore and Cotterill house, Fendalton

14 February 1987

Interior of the slate floor conservatory at the home of Mr and Mrs Cooper on Wroxton Terrace, Fendalton. The house was designed by Helmore and Cotterill in 1929 and at the time of the photograph was to be auctioned.

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Area: North West / Fendalton

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Shirley Boys' High School auction publicity campaign

27 September 1969

Shirley Boys' High School students on improvised crafts on the Avon River near the hospital. Also shown are signs for the school's auction.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - Southwest

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