Apparently in a hurry, the Austrian Gazprom subsidiary left its Vienna office due to bankruptcy: everything can now be bought at auction.
Prices are likely to rise by the end of the auction on Wednesday at 1 p.m. – but for the time being the Gazprom bankruptcy estate is a paradise for bargain hunters. The Austrian subsidiary of the Russian gas giant must have left its offices in a hurry after the bankruptcy in mid-April: the entire office inventory is available, right down to – already slightly withered – green plants and forgotten umbrellas. Above all, anyone who wants fine office furniture at a reasonable price should take a look at the auctioneer’s website. Decoration à la Gazprom Those looking for souvenirs with Russian flair will also find what they are looking for, such as a reproduction of a map of Russia from 1745 (bid at the time of going to press 45 €), with subsequently “corrected” national borders, which, however, dutifully stop at the Ukraine, Crimea included. There are also large-format pipeline plans and some paintings of rather dubious quality. However, the traces of business practices have been carefully erased: the hard drives have been removed from all computers, the large safe (€450) is also empty, but at least the combination is known . A wine fridge with a capacity of 122 liters (€110) was also carefully emptied. However, it is described as defective. The document shredders (10 or 65 €) on the other hand look pretty battered, but supposedly still work.
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