Posted: Mon 5th Dec 2011

Bob Gray’s Historic Wrexham Auction for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Dec 5th, 2011

Local legend Bob Gray is auctioning off part of his collection of industrial and Wrexham related artifacts. Viewing started today so popped down to Wingetts auction rooms to have a nose!

It is reported that Mr Gray is having a clearout of his warehouse so he can then rent it, which means some unseen gems viewable and purchasable by the public. The towns brewing history is reflected in the sale room, with large promo signs for various breweries, old Soames bottles, and even the beer barrels themselves.

Wingetts sale room is opposite the Peoples Market, on Holt Street. Its worth a pop down if you can just to look at the artefacts and history of the town.




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