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Costume, Vintage Clothing & Fancy Dress Sale at Unique Auctions

By Unique Auctions  |  Posted: October 11, 2012

  • Costume Hire, Vintage Clothing & Fancy Dress Sale at Unique Auctions

  • Vintage Clothing & Fancy Dress Sale at Unique Auctions

  • Vintage Clothing & Fancy Dress Sale at Unique Auctions

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This Saturday sees thousands of costumes, vintage clothing and fancy dress items go under the hammer at Unique Auctions, Whisby Road, Lincoln. Items include 1920s flapper dresses, original RAF and military costumes, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and 1960s clothing, Leather jackets, MOD jackets, Elizabethan costumes, Rio Carnival items, ball gowns as well as thousands of traditional costumes and fancy dress items.

There are many items from the TV and Movies including Little Britain, Star Wars, Disney, Warner Bros, Harry Potter, Superman, Hulk and many more.

The sale is on view on Friday 12th October 9am - 6pm and on the morning of the sale. The sale is open to all with lots appealing to private individuals, shops looking for displays, theatre groups, amateur dramatic groups and current costume hire and fancy dress shops.

Costume, Vintage Clothing & Fancy Dress Sale at Unique Auctions Saturday 13th October

The Sale starts at 9am. Viewing of items starts at 9am on Friday 12th october. The sale will also be available online for bidding through the Sale Room and Invaluable. 

About Unique Auctions

Unique Auctions are one of Lincolnshire's leading Auction Houses offering a range of regular Antique & Collectors sales. Unique Auctions are a specialist house clearance and valuation company. Unique Auctions offer FREE valuations at our Lincoln showrooms Monday - Friday 9am - 3pm.

For further information call UK +44 (0) 1522 690444 or visit http://www.unique-auctions.com 

Unique Auctions | Hillcroft Business Park | Whisby Road | Lincoln | LN6 3QT

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