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  • 29 Aug 2012 11am

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  • New Elgin Road
  • Elgin
  • Morayshire
  • Scotland
  • IV30 3BE
  • United Kingdom
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Special Sale of Antique Furniture & Collectables

Venue Address

  • New Elgin Road
  • Elgin
  • Morayshire
  • Scotland
  • IV30 3BE
  • United Kingdom

Sale Date

  • 29 Aug 2012 11am

Viewing

  • 28 Aug 2012 6pm - 9pm

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Buyers Premium: 15% buyers plus vat @ 20% will be added to the hammer price on each lot.

Lots purchased online with the-saleroom.com will attract an additional charge for this service in the sum of 3% of the hammer price plus VAT @ 20%

WRAPPING SERVICE: A wrapping service will be available with a charge of £10.00 + Vat per lot. To Organise and Book the wrapping service for your Online Purchases please contact The Elgin Auction Centre from Thursday the day after the auction. email: elgin@anmgroup.co.uk Tel: 01343 547047

Bank Details: Account: ANM Group Limited, Computer Account. Account Number: 90000110 Sort Code: 82 – 66 – 00

Terms and Conditions

ABERDEEN & NORTHERN MARTS - GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SALE
1. These conditions together with those set out in the Notice to Purchasers either displayed at
the sale or appearing in the Sale Catalogue are the terms and conditions on which Aberdeen
& Northern Marts (“the Auctioneer”) will as agents for the Seller sell goods to a purchaser
(“the Buyer”). The terms and conditions are binding and buyers and sellers should read them
carefully.
2 (a) The parties to the contract are the Vendor and the Buyer, the Auctioneer acting only as
agents for the Vendor.
(b) The parties will be responsible for, indemnify and hold harmless the Auctioneer, its
officers and employees for any loss or damage of any kind and including personal injury
fatal injury or disease occasioned to or suffered by any person arising out of or in
connection with the performance of the contract between the Vendor and the Buyer.
3. The Auctioneer and the Vendor hereby severally exclude liability for any accident or injury,
howsoever arising, sustained by any person or persons who may come to the sale premises
for any purpose whatsoever except where such accident or injury is caused by the
negligence of the Auctioneer or Vendor.
4. (a) Prior to commencement of the sale intending buyers should register their interest with
and obtain a bidding number from the Auctioneer;
(b) Immediately following the fall of the hammer the Buyer will if required to do so by the
Auctioneer, pay to the Auctioneer in cash or otherwise as the Auctioneer may agree the
price of each lot which the Buyer has purchased or such deposit as the Auctioneer may
require and will supply the Auctioneer with whatever information the latter may require
concerning the identity and address of the Buyer;
(c) Any balance of the price due by the Buyer will be paid to the Auctioneer within 2 working
days of the date of sale or on or before the date specified in any applicable Notice to
Purchasers whichever is the earlier;
(d) It is an essential condition that all lots are removed by the Buyer from the premises at
which they are sold (subject to the conditions set out in Para 15) within 4 days of the
date of the sale or not later than the time and date specified in any applicable Notice to
Purchasers whichever is the earlier;
(e) If the Buyer fails to comply with any condition in Para 4, the lot or lots sold to the buyer
may be re-sold or otherwise disposed of and the Buyer will be liable to the Vendor for
any loss incurred by the Vendor (including costs and charges incurred by the vendor’s
agents) in connection with such resale or disposal. Any deposit or other sum paid by
the Buyer may be retained and applied towards that loss.
(f) Without prejudice to any claims that the Auctioneer and/or the Vendor may have against
the Buyer for breach of contract or otherwise, the Buyer will be liable from the expiry of
the time referred to in Para 4(d) hereof for all expenses incurred in storing and re-selling
an/or otherwise disposing of the said lot or lots.
5 At the discretion of the Auctioneer, the Auctioneer may at the request of a buyer bid on behalf
of that buyer. Such a bid shall be referred to as a “commission bid”. Any buyer wishing a
commission bid must complete a “purchaser’s buying order” which must be deposited with
the Auctioneer no later than one hour before the sale starts. Where a commission bid is
accepted by the Auctioneer the Auctioneer shall have no responsibility whatsoever to the
buyer in respect of (a) the condition, authenticity or description of the goods in question; or
(b) any failure on the part of the Auctioneer to (1) bid on the buyer’s behalf, unless said failure
to bid is unreasonable; or (2) to secure the goods in question.
6. (a) Although the Auctioneer has used its best endeavours to ensure that the description of
each lot appearing in any Sale Catalogue is accurate, the Buyer is advised to inspect
any lot for which he intends to bid to satisfy himself as to the accuracy of any such
description. Unless stated otherwise in the Sale Catalogue any description is for
guidance only. The Auctioneer, as agent for the Vendor, will only be liable to the Buyer
where the Auctioneer has wilfully or negligently mis-described a lot in any material or
fundamental way.
(b) The Auctioneer as agent for the Vendor and on behalf of the Vendor excludes liability
for any loss, damage or injury sustained by the Buyer as a result of or in connection with
any defect in any lot purchased or any failure in the lot to fulfill any intended use. The
Auctioneer will not be liable for any damage or loss sustained to any lot whilst in the
Auctioneer’s premises unless said damage or loss arises solely as a result of fault or
negligence on the part of Auctioneer.
(c) The Auctioneer does not warrant the Vendor’s title to any lot and all lots are sold with
only such title as the Vendor may have.
7. Subject to Para 6(a) and (b) the Buyer will by bidding for any lot be deemed
(a) to be satisfied as to its authenticity and condition and
(b) to purchase with note of all (if any) defects with no right to reject the goods after
purchase because of any defect or failure in description or condition.
8. The Auctioneer may at its discretion or on the instructions of the Vendor
(a) alter or withdraw any lot up to the fall of the hammer relative to the lot;
(b) withdraw any lot if the highest price bid shall fail to reach the reserve price placed on
that lot and
(c) where two or more consecutive lots are similar in quantity and description, offer the
second and/or subsequent such lots (or any of them) to the bidder purchasing the first
at the same price.
9. Bidding shall be regulated by the Auctioneer in such manner as it may reasonably think fit.
This means that the Auctioneer may reasonably refuse any bid or may itself bid for the lot in
question on behalf of any third party.
10. Subject always to any reserve price each lot shall be sold to the highest bidder and if any
dispute arises it shall be dealt with in such manner as the Auctioneer may in its reasonable
discretion determine.
11. The Buyer will pay to the Auctioneer a premium on the “hammer price” at a rate as displayed
in the Notice to Purchasers and to which will be added Value Added Tax at the current rate.
The Buyer agrees that the Auctioneer, when acting as agent for the Vendor, may also receive
commission from the Vendor.
12. The agreement between Vendor and Buyer becomes binding upon fall of the hammer.
Ownership of any lot purchased will not pass to the buyer until the Auctioneer has received
the purchase price of that lot in cleared funds. Risk of damage to or destruction of any lot will
pass to the Buyer at the time that ownership of that lot passes to the Buyer or at the time that
the Buyer takes possession of the lot, whichever is the earlier. The Auctioneer will only be
responsible for damage to or destruction of any lot where that damage or destruction arises
solely as a result of fault or negligence on the part of the Auctioneer.
13. Unless a sale is notified as Value Added Tax inclusive the price at which the Buyer
purchases each lot will be exclusive of Value Added Tax which will, when due, be added to
the price at the appropriate rate.
14. The Vendor or any agent acting on its behalf may bid for any lot or lots offered for sale at the
Auction, in which case the premium referred to in condition 11 hereof will be applied.
15. (a) The Buyer will not be permitted to remove any lot from the sale premises until all
purchase monies have been paid;
(b) Subject to 15 (a) hereof the Buyer will only be permitted to remove lots from the sale
premises with proof of purchase.
(c) If any party claims ownership of any lot or part of any lot prior to its removal from the
sale premises, the Auctioneer reserves the right to either rescind the sale or permit
removal from the premises subject to such conditions as it may reasonably decide and
(d) The entry of the Auctioneer in the sale roll will (except for manifest error or omission) be
evidence of the identity of the Buyer and the price of any lot.
16. The Buyer will be responsible for all damage that it, its carriers or its agents may do to the
property of any third party (and in particular to the sale premises where sold) in removing the
lot(s) purchased. If, in the Auctioneer’s opinion, removal of any lot or part may occasion
damage to the sale premises, or any other damage which the Buyer does not agree to make
good, the Auctioneer may by notice to the Buyer rescind the sale of such lot. Alternatively the
Auctioneer may require the Buyer to deposit such sum of money with the Auctioneer as it
may decide by way of caution for the cost of making good any such damage.
17. The Buyer will only be able to take delivery of any lot during normal working hours and only
after the Auctioneer has received payment for that lot in cleared funds. Delivery must be
taken within a reasonable time after the Auctioneer has received payment.
18. Where any goods purchased by the Buyer can be used in a working environment it will be
the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that the use of such goods does not contravene the
statutory provisions governing such use and by taking delivery the Buyer will free and relieve
the Auctioneer and the Vendor of all liability in respect of such use.

Delivery

Packaging and delivery service available. 
 
Packaging costs a minimum of £10 + VAT per lot, plus postage / delivery fee. 
 
To organise and book this service please contact Elgin on 01343 547 047 or email elgin@anmgroup.co.uk 
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Contact details

  • New Elgin Road
  • Elgin
  • Morayshire
  • Scotland
  • IV30 3BE
  • United Kingdom
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Special Sale of Antique Furniture & Collectables

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Sale Item: MINIATURE MONART GLASS VASE

Vat Status: No Vat

Buyers Premium: This lot is subject to a Buyers Premium of 15% + Vat @ 20%

Additional Info : Lots purchased online with the-saleroom.com will attract an additional charge for this service in the sum of 3% of the hammer price plus VAT @ 20%

* The description of the above lot by the auctioneer in the language of the auction is the governing description. Any translation using Google translate is a guide only - its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it is used at your own risk.

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