Due to the complicated logistics of assembling a vast array of items from many different sources, the only viewing time available is the day of the auction, commencing 1.5 hours prior to the sale. All items are displayed for prospective buyers to inspect.
We encourage you to inspect all Lots very carefully, and to read the Lot descriptions in the auction catalogue, prior to the auction.
In the event that a prospective purchaser cannot stay to bid on an item, we may bring a particular lot forward. This request can be made during the viewing period or during the auction. We also offer a telephone bidding service (this must be organised prior to the auction commencing) or an absentee bid where the auctioneer can execute a bid on your behalf. Our front desk staff will be happy to discuss and arrange any of these options with you.
The auctioneer regulates the auction procedure and has the absolute discretion to determine the outcome of any dispute during the course of any auction.
On the fall of the hammer the highest bidder is deemed to have entered into a contract to buy the Lot.
In the event that delivery is not available on the day of the auction, in most cases the goods can be left at the venue for your collection the following day. Purchase conditions stated above still apply.
Note that ‘risk’ passes to the purchaser on the fall of the hammer so we encourage purchasers to effect ‘all risk’ insurance cover to insure against damage, destruction or theft of the item following the sale.