The Swann collection

14 and 24 Ferntree Dr, Wakari, Dunedin, bought for $644,000, sold for $585,000.
14 and 24 Ferntree Dr, Wakari, Dunedin, bought for $644,000, sold for $585,000.
Shed: No details available.
Shed: No details available.
7 MacAndrew Rd, Careys Bay, bought for $104,850, sold for $130,000.
7 MacAndrew Rd, Careys Bay, bought for $104,850, sold for $130,000.
15 Rowan Court, Wanaka, bought for $700,414, sold for $482,000.
15 Rowan Court, Wanaka, bought for $700,414, sold for $482,000.
22 Ferntree Dr, Wakari, Dunedin, bought for $249,968, sold for $250,000.
22 Ferntree Dr, Wakari, Dunedin, bought for $249,968, sold for $250,000.
Ship 'Townsend Cromwell', bought $826,000, sold for $650,000.
Ship 'Townsend Cromwell', bought $826,000, sold for $650,000.
Rinker Captiva 282 boat and trailer, Bought $96,239 sold for $44,500.
Rinker Captiva 282 boat and trailer, Bought $96,239 sold for $44,500.
1924 BSA motorbike, bought for $17,995, sold for $13,000.
1924 BSA motorbike, bought for $17,995, sold for $13,000.
Jaguar E-Type V-12, bought for $75,000, sold for $53,000.
Jaguar E-Type V-12, bought for $75,000, sold for $53,000.
One of three inflatable boats, paid $109,867, sold for $35,800.
One of three inflatable boats, paid $109,867, sold for $35,800.
One of three inflatable boats, paid $109,867, sold for $35,800.
One of three inflatable boats, paid $109,867, sold for $35,800.
Car, no details available.
Car, no details available.
1948 Land-Rover, bought $34,487, sold for $27,500.
1948 Land-Rover, bought $34,487, sold for $27,500.
1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL bought $65,000, sold for $58,000.
1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SL bought $65,000, sold for $58,000.
Car, no details available.
Car, no details available.
1990 Porsche 928, bought for $24,000, sold for $13,000.
1990 Porsche 928, bought for $24,000, sold for $13,000.
1938 Rolls Royce  Phantom III, bought for $200,000, sold for $97,100.
1938 Rolls Royce Phantom III, bought for $200,000, sold for $97,100.
1911 Cadillac 30 Saloon, bought for $54,000, sold for $56,000.
1911 Cadillac 30 Saloon, bought for $54,000, sold for $56,000.
1925 Rolls Royce Phantom, bought for $110,000, sold for $63,000.
1925 Rolls Royce Phantom, bought for $110,000, sold for $63,000.
1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Saloon. Bought for $56,000, sold for $28,500.
1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Saloon. Bought for $56,000, sold for $28,500.
1929 Rolls Royce Phantom II. Bought for $160,000, sold for $140,000.
1929 Rolls Royce Phantom II. Bought for $160,000, sold for $140,000.
Toyota Landcruiser. Bought for $41,000, sold for $33,500.
Toyota Landcruiser. Bought for $41,000, sold for $33,500.
Toyota Landcruiser. Bought for $58,000, sold for $45,000.
Toyota Landcruiser. Bought for $58,000, sold for $45,000.
2006 Volkswagon Touareg bought for $192,000, sold for $57,000.
2006 Volkswagon Touareg bought for $192,000, sold for $57,000.
1942 Willys Jeep bought for $10,000, sold for $13,000.
1942 Willys Jeep bought for $10,000, sold for $13,000.
Isuzu fire engine bought for $40,000, sold for $9000.
Isuzu fire engine bought for $40,000, sold for $9000.
Isuzu truck, bought for $25,000, sold for $10,200.
Isuzu truck, bought for $25,000, sold for $10,200.
Buick convertible. Bought for $9500. sold for $10,000.
Buick convertible. Bought for $9500. sold for $10,000.
KTM motorcycle bought for $14,500. Yet to be sold.
KTM motorcycle bought for $14,500. Yet to be sold.
One of three inflatable boats, paid $109,867, sold for $35,800.
One of three inflatable boats, paid $109,867, sold for $35,800.
Land-Rover  64/65 Bought $17,800, sold for $15,200.
Land-Rover 64/65 Bought $17,800, sold for $15,200.
1922 Rolls Royce, bought for $160,000. Yet to be sold.
1922 Rolls Royce, bought for $160,000. Yet to be sold.
Front view of the 1922 Rolls Royce.
Front view of the 1922 Rolls Royce.

Assets connected to convicted fraudster Michael Swann.

Photos supplied by New Zealand Police.

 

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