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A George III oak and elm cricket table, circa 1780

In The William.H.Stokes Collection of Early Works...

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Cirencester , Gloucestershire

A George III oak and elm cricket table, circa 1780
With circular top and triform base joined by square stretchers,
63cm diameter, 60cm high.

A George III oak and elm cricket table, circa 1780
With circular top and triform base joined by square stretchers,
63cm diameter, 60cm high.

The William.H.Stokes Collection of Early Works of Art and Furniture

Sale Date(s)
Venue Address
Bingham Hall
King Street
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 1JT
United Kingdom

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Buyers Collection and Storage:

 After Sale Information

All sold Lots will remain at Moor Park Mansion, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire until 10am Wednesday 1st May 2019, or by prior arrangement. All sold lots not collected by this time will be removed to Cadogan Tate and will be available for collection from 12 noon on Thursday 2nd May 2019. and then every working day between 9:00am and 4:30pm.


Collections are by appointment only and a booking email or telephone call are required in advance to ensure lots are ready at time of collection. Photographic ID will be required at time of collection and, if a third party is collecting, written authorisation from the successful buyer is required in advance. Photographic ID of the third party will be requested at the time of collection.

To arrange collection please send a booking email to: collections@cadogantate. com or telephone call to +44 (0)800 988 6100 to ensure lots are ready at time of collection.

 

Storage and Handling Charges on Lots returned to Cadogan Tate

Storage

Will be Free of Charge for the first 14 calendar days following the date of sale (The Grace Period). Charges will apply from Tuesday 14th May 2019.

Handling/Administration

After the first 14 calendar days following the sale i.e from Tuesday 30th April 2019, the following handling and administration charges will apply per Lot:

Pictures and small objects - £22.50 + VAT
Furniture, large pictures and large objects - £45.00 + VAT

After the Grace Period the following storage charges apply:

Pictures and small objects - £3.03 per day + VAT
Furniture, large pictures and large objects - £6.05 per day + VAT

(note:
1. charges apply every day including weekends and Public Holidays
2. Lot categories will be determined by Cadogan Tate at their absolute discretion)

Loss or Damage

Full Value Protection Cover for the value of the hammer price will be charged at 0.6% but will not exceed the total value of all other transfer and storage charges

Payment

All charges due to Cadogan Tate may be paid to them in advance or at the time of collection from the warehouse. Payment may be made by cash, cheque with banker’s card, credit or debit card (please note: AMEX is not accepted). Information on charges due is available by email at collections@cadogantate. com or telephone on +44 (0)800 988 6100.

Cadogan Tate Terms of Business

All services provided by Cadogan Tate Ltd (‘Cadogan Tate’) are subject to their standard conditions of business which are available from The Pedestal or Cadogan Tate’s website www.cadogantate.com

Please note that in particular Cadogan Tate:

1. Automatically accepts liability, from time of collection at the saleroom until release of the lot to the owner or the owner’s agent, subject to payment of all its charges by the owner, for the Hammer Price of the lot plus Buyer’s Premium or, at its sole option, the cost of repairing or replacing the damaged or missing lot. The charge for liability may be waived only on receipt by Cadogan Tate of advance written notice and proof from the owner that the lot is insured, together with formal waiver of subrogation from the owner’s insurers

2. Reserves a lien and right of ale of all lots for payment of all charges due

Contact details for Cadogan Tate Ltd:

241 Acton Lane
Park Royal
London
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+44 (0)800 988 6100
www.cadogantate.com for map and further information

 

 

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There are limited free car parking spaces outside Bingham Hall, the nearest paid car park is Forum Car Park, North Way, Cirencester, GL7 2PR. There is access to additional free parking on Saturday 2 March and Sunday 3 March at the old Watermoor School site, Watermoor Rd, Cirencester, GL7 1JR.

 

Buyers Collection and Storage:

 

After Sale Information

All sold Lots will remain at Bingham Hall until 12pm on Tuesday 5th March 2019.

All sold lots not collected by this time will be removed to Cadogan Tate and will be available for collection from 12 noon on Thursday 7th March 2019. and then every working day between 9:00am and 4:30pm.

 

Collections are by appointment only and a booking email or telephone call are required in advance to ensure lots are ready at time of collection. Photographic ID will be required at time of collection and, if a third party is collecting, written authorisation from the successful buyer is required in advance. Photographic ID of the third party will be requested at the time of collection.

To arrange collection please send a booking email to: collections@cadogantate. com or telephone call to +44 (0)800 988 6100 to ensure lots are ready at time of collection.

 

Storage and Handling Charges on Lots returned to Cadogan Tate Storage
Will be Free of Charge for the first 14 calendar days following the date of sale (The Grace Period).
Charges will apply from Tuesday 19th March 2019.

 

Handling/Administration
After the first 14 calendar days following the sale i.e. from Monday 4th March 2019, the following handling and administration charges will apply per Lot:

 

Pictures and small objects - £22.50 + VAT
Furniture, large pictures and large objects - £45.00 + VAT

 

After the Grace Period the following storage charges apply:

Pictures and small objects - £3.03 per day + VAT,
Furniture, large pictures and large objects - £6.05 per day + VAT

(note: 1. charges apply every day including weekends and Public Holidays 2. Lot categories will be determined by Cadogan Tate at their absolute discretion)

 

Loss or Damage:
Full Value Protection Cover for the value of the hammer price will be charged at 0.6% but will not exceed the total value of all other transfer and storage charges

Value Added Tax Will be applied at the current rate on all above charges

 

Payment:
All charges due to Cadogan Tate may be paid to them in advance or at the time of collection from the warehouse. Payment may be made by cash, cheque with banker's card, credit or debit card (please note: AMEX is not accepted). Information on charges due is available by email at collections@cadogantate. com or telephone on +44 (0)800 988 6100.

 

Cadogan Tate Terms of Business: 
All services provided by Cadogan Tate Ltd ('Cadogan Tate') are subject to their standard conditions of business which are available from The Pedestal or Cadogan Tate's website www.cadogantate.com

 

Please note that in particular Cadogan Tate:
1. Automatically accepts liability, from time of collection at the saleroom until release of the lot to the owner or the owner's agent, subject to payment of all its charges by the owner, for the Hammer Price of the lot plus Buyer's Premium or, at its sole option, the cost of repairing or replacing the damaged or missing lot. The charge for liability may be waived only on receipt by Cadogan Tate of advance written notice and proof from the owner that the lot is insured, together with formal waiver of subrogation from the owner's insurers
2. Reserves a lien and right of ale of all lots for payment of all charges due
Contact details for Cadogan Tate Ltd:
241 Acton Lane
Park Royal
London
NW10 7NP +44 (0) 800 988 6100
www.cadogantate.com for map and further information

 

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