Lost, found and sold in Milan

For the delight of Christmas shoppers hoping for a bargain in these times of crisis, Milan’s city hall will auction off unclaimed objects from the Lost and Found counters on 26, 27 and 28 November, starting at 09.30 each day.

Items ranging from portable computers, jewelry, satellite navigators down to bathing trunks and sunglasses will go for a song at the Sivag auction rooms in via Milano 10, Redecesio di Segrate. Whether you are looking for a used baby stroller, 21 unused Chinese wigs, 10 Italian flags (with 15 flagpoles), a used outboard motor or an unused toilet flush tank, you will find them among the 626 lots going under the hammer.

Details of the auction, of the procedures and the fees to be paid can be found on the website of Sivag, the Milan Tribunal’s institute for legal sales. Under the link “Dove siamo”, the site also offers details on how to reach the auction rooms by car or public transport.

General Info

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