Exterior of Mary's Mount rest home on Summit Road on the Cashmere Hills shortly prior to being privately sold at auction.
Interior hallway of Mary's Mount rest home on Summit Road on the Cashmere Hills shortly prior to being privately sold at auction.
View of crowds, taken from the stage, of an auction at Rangiora showgrounds of items left over from the National Scout Jamboree.
A group of boys with bicycles to be auctioned.
Scenes during the auction of bicycles.
Newspaper caption: The Terrace Estate sale dispersal of Sir John Hall's flock.
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...
Helen and John Woodhouse outside their home Racecourse Hill near Darfield, following the auction of the property which attracted no buyers.
View of attendees at the auction of the Racecourse Hill homestead near Darfield.
Auctioneer Mr M. H. McCrostie of McCrosties Fine Art Auctions during the auctioning of china at an antique and fine art auction at the Te Kura Lounge, 5 Ayr Street in Riccarton.
Peter Webb, managing director for Webbs, with Queen Anne flintlock pistols for auction, outside the Arts Centre.
A 2cm high Victorian carving of a hunter with dogs measured against a matchbox due to be auctioned by R. G. Bell auctioneers.
Auctioneer assistant, Hilary Hutchison, with a vintage telephone and Kodak 2C autographic special camera at a Watsons Auction and Real Estate auction.
Cecilia Tolan, assistant at Gallery 11 on Gloucester Street, with a wax doll brought to New Zealand in 1873.
Journalism student, Cherie Buchan, with an 1881 American Caligraph typewriter, ahead of it being sold at an auction.
Vicki Woods with a Llew Summers sculpture to be sold at the Nicaragua Must Survive art auction at the CSA Gallery.
Crowds of people gathered for the auctioning of sections on Huntsbury Downs.
Scenes of the busy Christchurch City fruit and produce markets at Market Row in the block between Lichfield Street and Tuam Street in the run up to Christmas.
View of a vintage car in a garage which is to be auctioned at a "Steptoe and Son" auction organised by the Hillmorton High School Parent-Teacher Association to raise funds for a school swimming pool.
Harold Garlick, chairman of the Rotary Club community services committee, with items for auction at the Arts Centre. Stalls and visitors are shown in the courtyard area in the background.
Steptoe and Son auction held in the Papanui Tavern car park. [Frame 10] Greg Wear examines a gramophone at the auction.
Dean McNamm (left) and his brother Brendon McNamm with items for sale at the DIC department store auction from the building on Cashel Street following the merger of DIC and Beaths.
Newspaper caption: Mr Geo. Rutherford having disposed of his Dalethorpe property, the well-known merino and half-bred flock were dispersed by auction on March 19th, and realised excellent prices...
A child sits in a chair at the Steptoe and Son auction held in the Papanui Tavern car park.