Covid-19 Postage & Packing Policy
Under the current circumstances our Terms & Conditions regarding postage & packing and the storage of purchased items has been amended. Please take note of the following:
Postage & Packing Policy
1. A limited in-house packing and postage service is available for most small, non-fragile items that we deem suitable to fit into a padded envelope. This is available throughout the UK as well as most worldwide destinations. We always recommend you contact the Auction House in advance of bidding to check if a postage service is available for the lot you intend to bid on.
2. Items can only be posted if they weigh less than 2kg. Measurements must not exceed 60cm length, 46cm width and 46cm depth.
3. For items posted by Beeston Auctions, there is a fixed, non- negotiable packing and materials fee of £5 +Vat. Additionally, we charge the exact postage costs only and no extra fees.
4. Jewellery items, watches, coins and bank notes will be sent out by Special Delivery only due to Royal Mail insurance requirements. All other items are sent out via a Royal Mail signed for service.
5. Beeston Auction House are not specialist packers and accept no liability for loss or damage to items packed and posted at customer’s request.
6. For high Value, fragile or most overseas shipping we STRONGLY RECOMMEND Jentel packing who can offer a thorough and professional service. They have access to our auction catalogue and can therefore give shipping quotes reasonably quickly and fuss free. They can be contacted on 01268 776777 or email@example.com.
7. For larger, heavier lots or items of furniture please contact the Auction House for details of recommended couriers and shippers.
For all condition reports & enquiries contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01328 598 080
Buyers Business Terms & Conditions
Buyers charge: 20% of the hammer price + VAT
Online buyers attract a further charge depending on online platform used
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