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Brisk trade as over 500 registered bidders and over 250 lots at first fully online Hennessy Auctioneers machinery auction

The first ever fully online Hennessy Auctioneers machinery auction took place on the Bank Holiday Monday this week.

It was initially due to be on Saturday but a system failure with the LSL App that has been used by a number of auctioneers and marts over the past six months meant that it had to be rescheduled for Monday.

It was the first time in over 20 years that Hennessy Auctioneers had to move from their monthly Saturday slot.

But once they got over the initial glitch – one that was completely outside of their control – things ran very smoothly on Monday.

There were over 500 registered online bidders on the day. In all there was 85% clearance of over 250 lots with a number of larger lots still under negotiation.

You can check out a selection of the items sold below. There is no VAT on the prices listed though all prices were subject to 5% commission (with 21% VAT applied to the commission only).

The next auction is scheduled for Saturday, November 21.

To get in touch with Hennessy Auctioneers, contact John on 086 2300221 or Olive on 087 9381085.

Tuffmac 14×8 Tipping Trailer (very clean and has ramps) – sold at €7,700


Brand New Ifor Williams 12×6 Cattle Trailer (has decks) – sold at 6050


1994 Matbro TR250 Telehandler – sold at €10,050


Pro Dig Beet Chopper (euro brackets) – sold at €4,400


Bogballe 3T Fertiliser Spreader – sold at €3,300


30’ Tandem Axle Bale Trailer – sold at €5,250


1984 Zetor 7011 – sold at €4,000


New 8×4 Calf/Sheep Trailer – sold at €1,450


2004 Toyota Landcruiser (approx 400,000km) – sold at €3,000


KV 5 Sod Vari Width Reversible Plough – sold at €4,200

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