FRIDAY 30 SEP 2022
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Auction is closed
21 JUL 2022 15:35
diverse voedingswaren en accessoires
including: various honey, white wine, red wine, olive oil, various decorations including scales, barometer, 10 large glass jars, various small kitchen utensils, 4 running meter wooden rack, various packaging material, 22 various cookbooks
50 to 100 kg
18-JUL-2022 from 14:00 until 16:00
8560 Wevelgem, Kortrijkstraat 412
28-JUL-2022 from 10:00 until 12:00
Auctim - MOYERSOEN NV
2630 - Aartselaar
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