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A C17th hand coloured copper engraved map of England & Wales by Johann Jansson, c1650

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Bath , Somerset
A C17th hand coloured copper engraved map of England & Wales by Johann Jansson, c1650, 48cmX60cm Condition good, some staining & creasing.
A C17th hand coloured copper engraved map of England & Wales by Johann Jansson, c1650, 48cmX60cm Condition good, some staining & creasing.

Maps, Fine Art, Gold, Silver & Jewellery, World & Interiors

Sale Date(s)
Venue Address
2 Nelson Place East
Bath
Somerset
BA1 5DA
United Kingdom

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Bidding is by numbered paddle.

 

Online Sealed Bid Auctions

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There is no public viewing for this auction.  Condition reports on individual lots are available on request.

 

Following payment, collection and delivery of purchased lots must be arranged.  Payment is due in sterling immediately after the sale and before purchases can be released.

Sale By Private Treaty

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Returns Policy

Should any Lot be sold other than specifically described in terms of appearance or condition, authenticity or originality, the Buyer has 12 days from the date of sale to apply in writing for a refund of the purchase price. Shipping or postal or packaging costs are in every case at the expense of the Buyer, even in the case of a refund of the purchase price being agreed. No refunds for purchases will be made after the 12 day period.

 

Title

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Bath Auctioneers does not knowingly accept Lots where there may be a doubt as to the validity or the legitimacy of the Seller’s right to sell. However, it should be noted that Bath Auctioneers (as with any auction company) acts only as an agent of the Seller and, as such, we have and the Buyer agrees that Bath Auctioneers has no liability in any claims by a Buyer.

 

VAT on Hammer Price and Buyer's Premium and VAT Symbols in the Catalogue Property with no VAT symbol

 

Where there is no VAT symbol, Bath Auctioneers Ltd are able to use the Auctioneer's Margin Scheme and VAT will not normally be charged on the hammer price.

 

Bath Auctioneers Ltd charges VAT on the buyer's premium and hence will charge an amount in lieu of VAT at 20% on this premium, which will not be shown separately on the invoice.

 

Property with a † symbol

These items will be sold under the normal UK VAT rules and VAT will be charged at 20% on both the hammer price and buyer's premium.

 

Property with a α symbol

It is assumed that items sold to buyers whose address is in the European Union (EU) will be remaining in the EU. The property will be invoiced as if it had no VAT symbol. It is assumed that items sold to buyers whose address is outside the EU, will be exported from the EU. The property will be invoiced under the normal VAT rules (see 'Property with a † symbol above).

 

Property sold with a † or ‡ symbol

These items have been imported from outside the EU to be sold at auction under temporary importation. When Bath Auctioneers Ltd release such property to buyers in the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay Bath Auctioneers Ltd import VAT at the following rates on the hammer price:

‡ @ 5%

† @ 20%

 

 

Sales and Uses Taxes

Buyers from outside the UK should note that local sales taxes or use taxes may become payable upon import of items following purchase (for example, the Use Tax payable on import of purchased items to certain states of the USA). Buyers should obtain their own advice in this regard.

 

Artist's Resale Right

Purchase of lots marked with the following symbol (?) will be subject to payment of the Artist's Resale Right, at a percentage of the hammer price calculated as follows: 

Portion of the hammer price (in €) Royalty Rate.

 

From €1 to €999 0%

From €1000 to €50,000 4%

From 50,001 to 200,000 3%

From 200,001 to 350,000 1%

From 350,001 to 500,000 0.5%

Exceeding 500,000 0.25%

 

The Artist's Resale Right payable will be the aggregate of the amounts payable under the above rate bands, subject to a maximum royalty payable of €12,500 for any single work each time it is sold. The maximum royalty payable of €12,500 applies to works sold for € 1 million and above. Calculation of the artist's resale right will be based on the Pounds Sterling / Euro reference exchange rate quoted on the date of the sale by the European Central Bank.

 

 

Before The Auction

Pre-sale Estimates

Pre-sale estimates are intended as a guide for prospective buyers but all lots can realise prices above or below the pre-sale estimates. Seller's confidential reserves are set no higher than the low pre-sale estimates.

 

The estimates printed in the auction catalogue do not include the buyer's premium or VAT.

Provenance

In certain circumstances, Bath Auctioneers Ltd may print in the catalogue the history of ownership of a work of art if such information contributes to scholarship or is otherwise well known and assists in distinguishing the work of art. However, the identity of the seller or previous owners may not be disclosed for a variety of reasons. For example, such information may be excluded to accommodate a seller's request for confidentiality or because the identity of prior owners is unknown given the age of the work of art.

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All lots are available for inspection and written Condition Reports are available on request. However, all lots are of an age and type which means that they may not be in perfect condition and should be viewed by prospective bidders; please refer to Condition 3 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers.

Electrical and Mechanical Goods

All electrical and mechanical goods are sold on the basis of their artistic and decorative value only, and should not be assumed to be operative. It is essential that any electrical system is checked and approved by a suitably qualified electrician, prior to use. The same commitment for the Buyer to have a safety inspection applies to fabrics, sofas and the like.

 

For Sellers & Prospective Sellers

This section includes for items left with Bath Auctioneers for sale, appraisal, Evaluation or Valuation

Commission

Commission is charged to Sellers at the rate of 15% of the hammer price plus VAT to £1000, £1001-£1999 12% plus VAT, £2000 upwards 10%. The Seller authorises Bath Auctioneers to deduct this commission from the hammer price and other charges which may apply.

Delivery of Goods

Delivery of items for sale to Bath Auctioneers premises is undertaken at the risk of the Seller/owner. Bath Auctioneers staff can assist with items but responsibility for the items lies with the Seller. Items should be at Bath Auctioneers in advance of deadlines to allow for cataloguing and photography (where applicable).

Consigning a Lot for Sale

By consigning a Lot for sale the Seller confirms that he is the rightful owner of the item and understands that any breach of the Terms and Conditions will result in charges being applied.

Cataloguing and Photography

All items entered for sale are catalogued and described as the Auctioneer and staff see fit. Items entered into specialist auctions are in most cases photographed by Bath Auctioneers resident professional photographer. There is a £8 plus VAT Lotting Fee per lot for large items eg furniture, and a £5 plus VAT lotting fee per Lot for small objects. For items entered into all Bath Auctioneers auctions there is a minimum commission of £4 plus VAT per lot.

Reserve Prices

A reserve price can be agreed on a Lot in advance of the auction between the Seller and the Auctioneer. An agreed reserve price allows the Auctioneer 10% discretion (or permits the Auctioneer to sell within one bid). Reserve prices must be reasonable and Bath Auctioneers reserves the right to decline to offer any Lot on which the reserve price is deemed unreasonable. The Seller may at no time bid on any Lot entered for sale by himself/herself. Increases in reserve prices will not be accepted after consignment.

Catalogue Descriptions and Inaccuracies

Where mis-information is provided by the Seller regarding a Lot, including authenticity and condition, the Seller will be liable for expenses incurred by Bath Auctioneers. The Seller agrees that in the case of mis-information being supplied to Bath Auctioneers that they will refund to Bath Auctioneers the total amount paid to them plus any expenses (for example shipping costs) incurred by the Buyer that are required to be refunded by Bath Auctioneers. The Seller shall not be held responsible where reasonable behaviour and non-deliberate inaccuracy have occurred.

Unsold and Withdrawn Items

Unsold items are automatically re-offered for sale. Where the item originally had a reserve price, this reserve price will be reduced at the discretion of the Auctioneer. By consigning an item for sale the Seller agrees that this reserve reduction will apply to the Lot should it be unsold. Should the Seller not wish to have the Lot re-offered, he/she must inform Bath Auctioneers of this and collect the Lot within seven days of the first auction date. Any unsold Lot uncollected within seven days will be offered for sale with a reserve price reduced to the level deemed reasonable by the Auctioneer. 

 

Where a reasonable offer is received after the auction for an unsold Lot, the Auctioneer reserves the right to accept this offer and process the sale on behalf of the Seller. 

 

If, following an auction, a Lot is deemed by the Auctioneer to be of no commercial value the Seller authorises the disposal of the Lot at no cost to the Seller.

 

The Seller is not authorised to withdraw any Lot consigned for sale, once the auction catalogue has been closed to entries (usually two weeks in advance of the auction date). For items withdrawn prior to this date, a handling fee of £10 plus VAT per Lot will be charged.

Settlement

The Seller will receive settlement by cheque for Lot(s) sold 4-6 weeks following the sale once payment is received from the Buyer(s). Payment is never made in cash. Where payment has not been received from the Buyer(s) for any Lot(s), the Seller will not receive a settlement until the Lot(s) has been paid or reoffered at auction and paid.

 

Items, including Lots, left with Bath Auctioneers

You shall at your own risk and expense remove unsold/withdrawn items within seven days of the auction, after which time Bath Auctioneers reserves the right to hold the Seller liable for charges in storing the item(s) or for expenses incurred by Bath Auctioneers for storage of the item(s) at a facility outwith the premises. (After seven days from the auction date a £10 handling charge per item will apply, followed by a £5 per item per day storage fee, all plus VAT.) Responsibility and risk for an item(s) held by Bath Auctioneers prior to sale, including items held for appraisal, evaluation or valuation lies with the Seller and not with Bath Auctioneers. Bath Auctioneers shall not be responsible for damage or loss, however occasioned or arising, in respect of any item consigned with or otherwise held by Bath Auctioneers except where such loss or damage shall be caused by fault and/or negligence of Bath Auctioneers and/or a person for whom Bath Auctioneers is responsible.

Cover for Loss and Damage

Unless specified by the Seller in writing, all items held by Bath Auctioneers, including items held for sale, appraisal, evaluation or valuation, will be covered for Loss and Damage by Bath Auctioneers against fire, theft and accidental damage, for which Loss and Damage cover Bath Auctioneers shall charge a premium of 1.5% plus VAT on its Low valuation of the item(s). An Item is considered to have a Low value of £10 upon consignment, unless otherwise agreed. Bath Auctioneers shall have absolute discretion to determine the level of cover provided by said Loss and Damage cover. Sellers may, at their own discretion, obtain separate policies of insurance in respect of the item(s) to be left with Bath Auctioneers.

 

The Auction

Auction speeds vary, and generally average between 50 and 110 lots per hour. The auctioneer will commence and advance the bidding at levels and in increments he considers appropriate. Please note Conditions 5 and 6 of the Conditions of Business for Buyers contain additional information on bidding.

 

Bidding in Person

To bid at auction you must register with us to obtain a bidding number and provide photographic ID. Before the auction, fill in the form at the registration desk, provide proof of identity, and you may be given a paddle showing your bidding number. This paddle should be used for bidding. The auctioneer will note this number when you purchase a lot.

 

Live Auctions

Our live auctions take place on a Sunday and are on view from the weekend preceding. Viewing prior to this may be possible by private appointment. The auction takes place in our purpose built gallery and saleroom with each lot displayed on a large screen as it is sold. Prospective purchasers are encouraged to attend the sale and must register their details with us beforehand. Bidding is by numbered paddle.

 

Absentee Bids

If you cannot attend the auction we will be happy to execute written bids on your behalf, so long as you have registered your details with us beforehand. A bidding form may be downloaded by clicking here. A bidding form is also printed in the back of the catalogue. This service is confidential. Lots will always be bought as cheaply as is consistent with other bids, the reserves and other commission bids. To avoid confusion, the sale date, lot number and a brief description should be filled in and signed. Commission bids by email without a signature will not be accepted. In the event of identical bids, the earliest received will take precedence. Always indicate a top limit, i.e. the highest price you would bid if you were attending the auction. Don't forget that buyers premium and any VAT applicable will also be added onto your bid if you are successful. "Buy" and unlimited bids will not be accepted. Please refer to our conditions of business for buyers, which is also printed in the back of our catalogues. To ensure a satisfactory service please ensure that we receive your bids at least 24 hours beforehand.

 

Telephone bids

If you cannot attend the auction, it is usually possible to bid on the telephone on lots with a minimum low estimate of £1,000. You will need to have registered your details with us 5 days before the auction. As the number of telephones is limited, it is necessary to make arrangements on which lots you wish to bid on, at least 24 hours before the sale. We also suggest that you leave a maximum bid which we can execute on your behalf in the event we are unable to reach you by telephone. Please refer to our conditions of business for buyers, which is also printed in the back of our catalogues.

 

Sealed bid auctions

Our sealed bid auctions take place from time to time. Clients wishing to leave bids should do so in writing, by fax or by emailing a signed scanned page detailing lot numbers, brief description and the bid(s) which they wish to leave. All clients should also have registered with us beforehand and provided photographic identification. All bids must be with us, at the latest, by the day before the published date of the sealed bid auction at which time the bids will be opened. The winning bid will be the highest left on each lot above the reserve. Bids are non sequential and the highest bid left is the price at which the lot is sold plus buyers premium and any VAT liable. In the event of there being two identical winning bids being left on the same lot, the earliest received bid shall take precedence. Bath Auctioneers decision on which is the winning bid shall be final.

 

Sale by private treaty

Bath Auctioneers shall, from time to time, be offering some lots for sale by Private Treaty.

 

Payment

Payment is due in sterling immediately after the sale and before purchases can be released. Payments in person can be made in the saleroom on the day of the auction and thereafter. Payments may also be made by post, card transactions by telephone or electronic transfer to our bank. Cash will not be accepted. Bath Auctioneers Ltd welcome the following methods of payment:

 

Credit / Debit Card / Bank Transfer

We are pleased to accept major credit cards (regrettably we are unable to accept American Express or Diners Club card payments), for which a surcharge will be made of 3% of the transaction total. This is to cover the charge made to us by our bank. There is no charge for payments made by debit card. Sterling Banker's Draft or Building Society Cheque and Electronic or Wire Transfer Drawn on a recognised UK bank or building society. Wire Transfers can be made directly to our Bank, xxx

 

Sterling Cheque

Please note that we require seven days to clear sterling cheques, unless special arrangements have been made with the auctioneer in advance of the sale (normally the presentation of a letter of guarantee from your bank). We always reserve the right to hold goods until a cheque is cleared.

 

Collection and Storage

On receipt of cleared funds lots can be collected from xxx by appointment. If you are unable to collect your purchases yourself we would be delighted to obtain shipping quotes on your behalf. If Lots have not been collected within 35 days of the auction date then storage charges will be applied at a rate of £20 per Lot per week. Buyers are reminded that liability for loss and damage transfers to the buyer from the fall of the hammer. Whilst the majority of lots will remain in their location until collected, Bath Auctioneers accept no responsibility for any damage which may occur, even in the event of Bath Auctioneers’ staff assisting carriers during collection.

 

Shipping

We are happy to arrange shipping quotations for items over £1000 and have extensive experience in working in conjunction with leading domestic and international shippers. There is no charge for arranging quotations. For more details on shipping please click here.

 

Payment

Payment is due in sterling immediately after the sale and before purchases can be released. Payments in person can be made in the saleroom on the day of the auction and thereafter. Payments may also be made by post, card transactions by telephone or electronic transfer to our bank. Cash will not be accepted. Bath Auctioneers Ltd welcome the following methods of payment:

 

Bath Auctioneers reserves the right to reject bids by You until outstanding debts to Bath Auctioneers have been cleared. Buyers should contact their bank to arrange credit approval prior to the sale. Title of the Lot transfers to the Buyer only when payment is made in full.

 

Credit / Debit Card

We are pleased to accept major credit cards (regrettably we are unable to accept American Express card payments), for which a surcharge will be made of 3% plus VAT of the transaction total. This is to cover the charge made to us by our bank. There is no charge for payments made by debit card.

 

 

Bank

Sterling Banker's Draft or Building Society Cheque and Electronic or Wire Transfer

Drawn on a recognised UK bank or building society. Wire Transfers can be made directly to our Bank, Santander “Bath Auctioneers” 09-01-28 70733825

 

 

Sterling Cheque

Please note that we require seven days to clear sterling cheques, unless special arrangements have been made with the auctioneer in advance of the sale (normally the presentation of a letter of guarantee from your bank). We always reserve the right to hold goods until a cheque is cleared.

 

Collection and Storage of Items Sold at Auction

Goods will be released only to the registered Buyer. Collection by courier/carriers will only be permitted upon receipt of written instruction from the Buyer and with the agreement of Bath Auctioneers. Collections by taxis or unauthorised individuals will be refused. You shall at your own expense remove items purchased and paid for with cleared funds within 24 hours of the auction, after which time Bath Auctioneers reserves the right to hold the Buyer liable for charges in storing the item(s) on the premises or for expenses incurred by Bath Auctioneers for storage of the item(s) at a facility outwith the premises. (After 24 hours from completion from the auction date, a £10 handling charge per item will apply, followed by a £5 per item per day storage fee, all plus VAT). Items not paid and collected within seven days of the sale date may be re-sold by Bath Auctioneers (and any financial loss sustained by Bath Auctioneers must be settled by the Buyer) or otherwise disposed of at Bath Auctioneers’ discretion. Any financial surplus will belong to Bath Auctioneers. 

 

Bath Auctioneers is not liable in any way for the safe keeping of any Lot(s) sold whether paid for or unpaid. Responsibility and risk for an item(s) held by Bath Auctioneers after sale, whether before or after payment in full or in part by or on behalf of the Buyer, lies with the Buyer and not with Bath Auctioneers. Bath Auctioneers gives no warranty and/or undertaking that any such item shall be insured by Bath Auctioneers against loss and/or damage. Bath Auctioneers shall not be responsible for damage or loss however occasioned or arising in respect of any item held by Bath Auctioneers except where such loss or damage shall be caused by fault and/or negligence of Bath Auctioneers and/or a person for whom Bath Auctioneers is responsible.

 

Shipping

The-saleroom.com delivery service is available and they will contact purchasers by email after the sale.

 

Non-payment of Items

Bath Auctioneers reserves the right to direct any proceeds of sale from other lots due to a Buyer (past or future sales) towards the settlement of amounts due to Bath Auctioneers, or to retain any proceeds to cover costs incurred by Bath Auctioneers.

 

Where a Buyer refuses to make payment, Bath Auctioneers reserves the right to proceed against the Buyer for breach of contract, pursuing all monies due and expenses incurred by Bath Auctioneers in so doing.

 

Alcohol

It is not permitted for anyone under the age of 18 to bid for or to collect alcoholic drinks from Bath Auctioneers. Proof of age may be requested.

 

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