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David Feldman S.A. - December British Empire - Indian States


Donnerstag 07.12.2017

Anfangszeit Los von Los bis Beschreibung
17:00 80000 80278 Mauritius

Freitag 08.12.2017

Anfangszeit Los von Los bis Beschreibung
08:00 81000 81302 Mafia Island
11:00 82000 82325 Indian States
13:00 60000 60789 Great Britain
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Conditions of Sale

The currency of the auction is the British pound (£)
Participation in any David Feldman S.A. auction means acceptance in full of the following conditions as well as any rights and obligations arising therefrom. These same conditions also apply to all transactions in auction lots taking place outside the realm of the auctions. DAVID FELDMAN S.A., organiser of the auctions, acts as an agent only and is not liable in any way whatsoever for any default(s) of purchaser(s) and/or vendor(s).

1. The auction lots are offered

1.1 As presented in the relative auction catalogue and/or through the David Feldman S.A. website. Lots are meticulously described and with the greatest care, however without responsibility. Photographs count as part of the description with regard to the margins, perforation, centering, postmarks and all other visible attributes. The descriptions of the lots mention if the items are signed by recognised experts and/or accompanied by expert certificates.

1.2 As viewed in person: before and during auction sales, persons or their agents may examine lots at our offices or at the auction location, and must confirm their auction invitation before viewing. Persons or their agents attending
a Live Room auction by invitation and/or who have viewed lots before an auction are understood to have examined all lots which they purchase and accept them as they are at the moment of the knocking-down and not necessarily
as described.

2. Auction bids

2.1 The auction bid steps for all auctions are as follows:
(some auctions may be in other currencies than £)

£ £
50 - 100 5
100 - 200 10
200 - 500 20
500 - 1’000 50
1’000 - 2’000 100
2’000 - 5’000 200
5’000 - 10’000 500
10’000 - 20’000 1'000
20’000 - 50’000 2'000
50’000 - 100’000 5'000

Bids between these steps will be adjusted accordingly to the next highest bid step. The bidder is bound by his offer until a higher bid has been validly accepted.

2.2 DAVID FELDMAN S.A. has full discretion to refuse any bidding, to divide any lot or lots, to combine any two or more lots and to withdraw any lot or lots from the sale without in any case giving any reason. DAVID FELDMAN S.A.
may also bid on behalf of vendors in cases where reserve prices have been fixed. In these cases, the vendor is treated as a buyer and the auctioneer shall bid on his behalf up to reserve prices. If the reserve price fixed by the vendor is not reached, the auctioneer passes to the next lot by a simple knock of the hammer.

2.3 Bid orders are only accepted from registered clients of DAVID FELDMAN S.A. and/or its associated companies. Live Room bidders must confirm their invitation prior to obtaining a bidding number.

2.4 Bid orders received by DAVID FELDMAN S.A. including via its website before the relative auctions have priority over room bids in the case of Live Room auctions. Clients giving bidding instructions to DAVID FELDMAN S.A. may make alternative offers and/or limit the total of their expenditure in advance. Bids marked "BUY" are considered as up to ten times the quoted estimate price where such exists. Bids made in other currencies than the advertised currency of the auction will be converted into that currency at the market rate of the day of receipt by DAVID FELDMAN S.A. Bids are standing and hold good for at least 60 days from the auction period. DAVID FELDMAN S.A. reserves the right to invoice bidders up to the end of the 60 day period, payment being due immediately.

3. The auction

3.1 Unless explicitly stated otherwise, the currency of the auction is the British pound. Attendance at the Live Room auction is reserved for invited clients and/or their agents.

3.2 Prerogatives of David Feldman S.A.: DAVID FELDMAN S.A. may withdraw, group differently, divide or refuse to knock down any lot. DAVID FELDMAN S.A. reserves the right to refuse any bid orders and/or for Live Room auctions, refuse admittance to the auction room, at its discretion, to anybody whomsoever. DAVID FELDMAN S.A. cannot be held responsible for any physical accident that may occur on the premises where auctions take place. In the case a bone fide offer for the entire collection presented in this catalog is received at least two weeks before the auction date, and would be accepted by the vendor and the auctioneer, it maybe withdrawn from sale and the auction offer cancelled.

3.3 Bidders' representatives and auction agents: any person bidding for the account of a third party is fully liable for any obligation arising from such bidding. This responsibility is notably applicable for the verification of the condition and for the payment of purchased lots.

3.4 Winning Bids: each lot is sold on behalf of the respective owner to the highest bidder who becomes the buyer at one bid step over the next highest bid step; this is the knock-down price. In addition to the knock-down price, the buyer pays an all-in fee of 20% to cover commission, charges and expenses including lotting fees, insurance, packing, export formalities etc. whether all incurred in particular cases or not. Cost of postage or shipping for all lots is additional and will be invoiced separate from the buyer all-in fee. On the knock of the hammer, liability for the lots passes to the bidder whose bids have been accepted. The lots are delivered to the buyer when the total sale price (knock-down price plus all fees including postage or shipping) have been paid in full. VAT (Sales Tax) - Notes for guidance concerning auctions for which the lots are located in Switzerland: buyers domiciled abroad are not liable for this tax once the goods are duly exported from Switzerland. DAVID FELDMAN S.A. are pleased to arrange this export; alternatively, clients may make their own arrangements and furnish DAVID FELDMAN S.A. with proof of export,  stamped by Swiss customs. Any purchases by buyers who wish to keep their purchases in Switzerland will be liable to VAT at 8% of the purchase price in British pounds.

3.5 Payment: Sale price plus commission and postage or shipping (if any) are due for immediate payment as invoiced against delivery of the lots. Payment in other currencies is accepted at the rates of exchange of the day as  quoted by a major Swiss bank. The bidders who are successful with whom it has been expressly agreed that they pay after the sale under special conditions, are due to pay the sale price and the commission according to those  terms. In these cases, DAVID FELDMAN S.A. keeps the relevant lots which are delivered to the buyers on full settlement of their account. Delivery of the purchased lots by post, courier or any other means if instructed by the buyer  including cost of normal transit insurance cover is at the expense of the buyer. Title or ownership of the purchased lots, delivered or not, remains with the auctioneer on behalf of the seller until payment has been made in full.

3.6 Special extended payment facility: DAVID FELDMAN S.A. may offer a special extended payment facility for buyers. In these cases, the buyer may choose to pay a minimum of 25% of the total invoice immediately, and the balance  over a maximum period of 6 months, paying an equal instalment at the end of each month. Interest plus charges of 1% is debited to the buyer's account at the end of each month from the auction date. When the special extended  payment facility has been granted, the buyer understands that any claims regarding his purchases must be made within 30 days of the auction sale date, even though the lots may be held by DAVID FELDMAN S.A. awaiting full settlement of the account. Until delivery, all lots may be examined by their respective buyers at the offices of DAVID FELDMAN S.A.

3.7 Pledge: until full settlement of the account, the buyer grants to DAVID FELDMAN S.A. a pledge on any and all properties held by DAVID FELDMAN S.A., acquired prior to, during and/or after any auction. This pledge secures the  repayment of any amount due in principals, interests, commissions, costs and other possible fees. DAVID FELDMAN S.A. is entitled, but not obliged, to realise freely the pledge assets without further formalities and without previous notice if the buyer is in default with the payment of his debts or with the fulfilment of any other obligation hereunder. For this purpose, DAVID FELDMAN S.A. is not bound to comply with the formalities of the Federal Law dealing with actions for debt and bankruptcy proceedings; in addition, DAVID FELDMAN S.A. may choose to institute or go on with the usual proceedings without having beforehand sold the pledged goods and without having  moreover given them up.

4. Guarantee

4.1 Extent of the guarantee: subject to paragraph 4.3 below, the authenticity of all philatelic items sold in the auction is guaranteed for a period of 30 days from the auction date, with the express exclusion of any other fault(s). Any  reclamation regarding authenticity must come to the notice of DAVID FELDMAN S.A. on the delivery of the lots but at the latest within 30 days from that date. Before delivery, which may take place after the 30 days period, the lots purchased may be examined at the Geneva offices of DAVID FELDMAN S.A. The buyer whose reclamation is made after 30 days from the auction date loses all rights to the guarantee. Such reclamation will not be valid by DAVID FELDMAN S.A.. If an extension of the period is required in order to substantiate the claim with an expertise, a request for such extension must be made to DAVID FELDMAN S.A. within 30 days of the auction date. No request for  extension will be considered beyond this 30 days period. An extention will expire 3 months after the date of the auction; the results of the expertise for which an extension was agreed must come to the notice of DAVID FELDMAN S.A.  within that period. No further extension of the period will be considered without the express written agreement of DAVID FELDMAN S.A. Only claims, expertise results or other details which are made within the agreed periods  will be valid.

4.2 Expertise and counter-expertise: should the authenticity of a lot be questioned, the buyer is obliged to provide an expertise or counter-expertise from a prominent expert in the field, justifying the claim. If a stamp is found by a recognised expert, taking financial responsibility for errors, to have been forged, he may mark it accordingly. Consequently, the marking "FALSCH" (forged) is not considered an alteration. In the case of such reclamation, DAVID FELDMAN S.A. reserves the right to request, at its own discretion, one or more further expertise(s). All expertise and relative charges accrue to the vendor's account in the case of a justified claim, or to the buyer's account if the claim  is not justified. In the case of a justified claim, the lot is taken back and the knock-down price plus the commission are refunded to the buyer. In the case of delayed payment due to expertise agreed by David Feldman S.A.,  interest is charged at 50% of the standard rate for all cleared lots. If David Feldman S.A. has not agreed, then full interest is due.

4.3 Exclusions: lots described as collections, accumulations, selections, groups and those  containing duplicates cannot be the subject of any claim. Claims concerning lots described as a set or groups of sets containing more than one stamp, can only be considered under the terms of paragraph 4.1 above if they relate to less than one third  of the total value of the lot. Lots which have been examined by the buyer or his agent, lots described as having defects or faults cannot be subjected to a claim regarding defects or faults. lllustrated lots cannot be subjected to a claim because of perforations, centering, margins or other factors shown in the illustrations.

4.4 Late Payment: if payment of the knock-down price plus commission due by the buyer is not made within 30 days of the date of the auction, DAVID FELDMAN S.A. reserves the right to cancel the sale and dispose of the lot(s)  elsewhere and/or to make a recourse to any legal proceedings in order to obtain payment of the amounts due as well as for any incurred damages and losses and any legal expenses. A charge on overdue payment of at least 5% for the first month and 2% per month afterwards plus expenses incurred is chargeable on any outstanding amount after 30 days of the date of the auction. The buyer who is in default in any way whatsoever has no right of claim under any circumstances.

4.5 Exceptionally, the knock-down price will be reduced to the lowest winning bid where it is shown that the exact same buyer has inadvertently increased the price by using more than one medium of bidding on the same lot.

5. Applicable law and jurisdiction
Unless otherwise stated, all auctions as well as any rights and obligations arising from them shall be governed exclusively by Swiss law. Any legal action or proceeding with respect to the auctions shall be submitted to the  exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Geneva, subject to appeal to the Swiss Federal Court in Lausanne. In every case, DAVID FELDMAN S.A. shall also be entitled, at its discretion, to sue any buyer in default at his place of  residence; in such case, Swiss law shall remain applicabl.

6. All Transactions:
These Conditions of Sale apply to all transactions of every kind including those outside the auctions, with David Feldman SA.

Note: If these Conditions of sale are translated into one or more other languages, the English translation shall be the official version and shall prevail over all other translations.

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David Feldman S.A. - December British Empire - Indian States

Auktionstermin: 7. - 8. Dezember 2017

David Feldman S.A.
59 route de Chancy - Po Box
1213 Petit-Lancy
1 Switzerland

Telephone: +41 22 727 07 77
Fax: +41 22 727 07 78

Weitere Infos zur Auktion

Zeitplan

Allgemeine Geschäftsbedingungen

Besondere Auktionsbedingungen:

Jedes Los wird verkauft im Auftrag des jeweiligen Eigentümers für den höchsten Bieter in der nächst höheren Bieterstufe - dies ist der Zuschlagspreis. Zusätzlich zum Zuschlagspreis wird ein Aufschlag von 20% erhoben. Dieser Aufschlag enthält die Komission, Gebühren und Ausgaben wie Losgebühr,...mehr

× Jedes Los wird verkauft im Auftrag des jeweiligen Eigentümers für den höchsten Bieter in der nächst höheren Bieterstufe - dies ist der Zuschlagspreis. Zusätzlich zum Zuschlagspreis wird ein Aufschlag von 20% erhoben. Dieser Aufschlag enthält die Komission, Gebühren und Ausgaben wie Losgebühr, Versicherung, Verpackung, Exportpapiere etc. unabhängig davon on die Gebühren jeweils anfallen oder nicht. Der Versand wird separat zu dem Aufschlag berechnet.

Los 82013

Indien Staaten Bamra

  • SG

    24b
  • SG

    24b

Beschreibung

1890-93 1r black on rose-lilac, unused single showing scarce "BAMBA" (R2/1) plate variety, very fine & rare (SG £800)

Terms and Conditions of Burda Auction, s.r.o. Auction House

By the submission of bids, the following Terms and Conditions of the Auctioneer are recognised and accepted:

I. General Provisions

  1. These Terms and Conditions are issued to direct and manage the sales of philatelic and other collectable items at auctions of Burda Auction, s.r.o.

  2. Under the Terms and Conditions, the auctions are conducted as is customary in the international trade with philatelic and other collector's items and in conformance with the legal regulations of the Czech Republic.

  3. Only the clients of the Auction House and other persons approved by the Auction House are eligible for the auctions.

  4. The Auction House is Burda Auction, s.r.o., Identification No. 27697754, with the registered office at Dejvická 306 / 9, 160 00, Praha 6.

  5. The dates of the auctions can be found at the Auction House's website, www.burda-auction.com, in the auction catalogue, in the media, etc.

  6. The Terms and Conditions are binding on all auction participants and such participants undertake to comply with them.

II. Glossary of terms used

The following is a glossary of the terms used in the Terms and Conditions:

  1. item – collected stamps or other collectible as listed by the auction catalogue under a unique number;

  2. auctiona form of the sale of stamps and other collectables with items being sold for the highest bid price by a previously unknown number of buyers. The title to the item is transferred to the successful bidder after its price and an auction fee is paid;

  3. auctioneer - is a person appointed by the auction house to direct and manage the auction, carrying out on behalf of the auction house all the steps required such as opening and managing the auction, directing the bidding and stopping the bidding by indicating the winning bidder;

  4. item owner - natural person or legal entity who is interested in an auction taking place and has signed a written sales contract with the Auction House for a particular item in an auction;

  5. burda|LIVE BIDDING – special web application for online bidding in real time from any place;

  6. absentee bid – a bid made by a prospective buyer prior to the auction and sent in via the Auction House's website, by e-mail at info@burda-auction.com, or by filling in and sending to the Auction House a form inserted in the printed catalogue. Such bids are accepted no later than one day prior to the auction. A written bid cannot be sent in by fax;

  7. opening priceis the minimum price of an item listed in the catalogue. In the auction, the Auction House will not accept bids lower than the opening price;

  8. starting priceequals the minimum of opening price or opening price increased by absentee bids. The starting prices are published prior to the auction at the website and, in the printed form, and can be found by the prospective buyers at the Auction House;

  9. auction participantlegal or natural entity eligible for auction. An auction participant may only be a registered client of the Auction House and may not be the owner of an item or person acting in favour of the item being sold for the owner. A buyer must be a legally competent person (in the sense of the provisions of Section 3 of Act no. 26 / 2000 Coll.), older than 18 years of age, complying with the Terms and Conditions, and customs of decent and adequate behaviour at an auction, and a person who has not obstructed any previous auction of the Auction House. Nobody is allowed to bid on behalf of such persons as described by the previous sentence. The auction participants must prove their identity by submitting valid identification documents such as an identity card, or passport. Taking part in the auction may also be conditioned by depositing an auction security if so required by the Auction House. From the Auction House, an auction participant will receive a number with which he or she will take part in the auction.

  10. auction cataloguea coloured printed list of items to be offered for sale in a particular auction to the Auction House clients. A catalogue is also published at www.burda-auction.com.

  11. successful bidder (buyer)is an auction participant placing the highest bid as publicly indicated by the auctioneer. After paying the price, the buyer will become the owner of the item.

  12. Auction House clientsauction participants interested in buying stamps and other collectibles in auctions held by the Auction House and registered by the Auction House. The clients are not legally entitled to registration and the Auction House may refuse registration at its discretion without giving any reason. If a client violates the Terms and Conditions, his or her registration may be revoked.

III. Conducting an auction

  1. Information about auction items is provided by the Auction House at its website and in a printed auction catalogue. An auction participant is encouraged to personally inspect all the auction lots at pre-sale viewings and during the auction in the Auction House office. Those interested in inspecting the auction lots are obliged to comply with the measures undertaken by the Auction House to protect the auction property.

  2. An auction is opened by a representative of the Auction House, who may announce last changes in the auction catalogue. Such changes can also be found at the Auction House website.

  3. An auctioneer conducts the auction of individual lots in the order as listed in the catalogue. After the auctioneer announces the staring price, the prospective buyers place bids with the auctioneer by raising their numbers, via burda|LIVE BIDDING, through an auction agent, or by phone in cooperation with a person authorised by the Auction House. The prospective buyers may place several bids for a single lot, only the highest one being valid. The auctioneer must always act in a way that is the most advantageous to the prospective buyers by increasing the written bid, the bid via burda|LIVE BIDDING or by a prospective buyer in the auction room by a single minimum increment as given by the below table. A buyer bidding via burda|LIVE BIDDING or by phone is bidding at his or her own risk. The Auction House is not responsible for problems with connection due to an Internet or phone failure.

  4. Minimum bid increments made by the auctioneer

     

From

To

Bid increment

0 CZK

1.900 CZK

100 CZK

2.000 CZK

3.800 CZK

200 CZK

4.000 CZK

9.500 CZK

500 CZK

10.000 CZK

39.000 CZK

1.000 CZK

40.000 CZK

98.000 CZK

2.000 CZK

100.000 CZK

195.000 CZK

5.000 CZK

200.000 CZK

490.000 CZK

10.000 CZK

500.000 CZK

980.000 CZK

20.000 CZK

1.000.000 CZK

and more

50.000 CZK


 

The auctioneer shall decide on the order of bids. Absentee bids not conforming shall be reduced to the appropriate level.

  1. If no auction participant places a higher bid, the auctioneer will repeat the last bid made and, by knocking a hammer, closes the bidding for a particular lot, which means that the successful bidder with the highest bid is entitled to buy the lot for the price of the successful bid (the price is increased by a commission). The buyers are bound by their bids, which constitute an irrevocable contract of sale for the item offered for sale. The price of the successful bid cannot be lowered.

  2. All objections, protests, and suggestions to the way the auction is conducted are finally dealt with by the Auction House respecting the rules of fair trade and international auction customs. The objections, protests, suggestions, and notifications must be made directly in the auction room otherwise they will not be taken into consideration.

  3. The Auction House reserves the right to interrupt an auction, postponing it to a later date especially for serious technical reasons such as connectivity or power failure preventing the Auction House to provide support for the auction.

IV. Method of payment

  1. Items bought in an auction must be paid for within 7 days after the close of the auction unless otherwise agreed with the Auction House.

  2. In addition to the price bid, the successful bidder is charged by the Auction House a commission (buyers premium) of 19 percent. For lots denoted by D+, the successful bidder must pay a commission of 15.7 percent of the price plus VAT given by the legal regulations currently in force of the price bid by the successful bidder increased by the commission.

  3. The total price stated in an invoice can be paid:
    - personally in cash; by credit card
    - by a bank transfer (into the account indicated by the invoice);
    - by an online credit card payment - via GP webpay (VISA, MASTERCARD);
    - via PayPal.

  4. The title to an item is transferred to the successful bidder buyer its price plus the commission has been paid.

  5. Auction obstruction - an auction may be obstructed by an item being not paid for or not collected. If an auction is obstructed, the Auction House is entitled to a fine of up to 20% of the price bid by the successful bidder and the successful bidder must pay such a fine immediately. In addition, the Auction House may refuse to admit such a person to further auctions.

V. Collection of item purchased

  1. The successful bidder is obliged to collect the paid for item no later than 20 days after the auction unless otherwise agreed with the Auction House.

  2. The Auction House will hand over the item in person or send it to the address indicated by the successful bidder. The flat-rate shipment will not be charged if the item is collected in person at the Auction House. If the item is sent by post to an address in the Czech Republic, a flat-rate shipment of 120 CZK is charged or 140 CZK for a C.O.D. shipment.

  3. The flat-rate shipment outside the Czech Republic is calculated in advance by a special computer program based on the current rates charged by the Czech carriers, mainly by Česká pošta, s.p. The flat-rate shipment fee charged may be different from the postage (passage money) actually charged by the carrier. This does not constitute a reason for complaint or entitlement to being given back the money.

VI. Complaints

  1. While the description of the auction items is made in good faith based on expertise and information generally available, it may not guarantee the condition described. The Auction House website provides additional and updated information on each item (front sites, and mostly also back sides of all items, also images from colletions etc.). The printed auction catalogue as a promotion document may not include complete information on an item.

  2. It is the item's owner who is responsible for its genuineness and quality not the Auction House.

  3. Written complaints can be sent to the Auction House's address. Returning items by a C.O.D. shipment is excluded and the Auction House will refuse to take over all such shipments sending them back to the sender. The deadline for filing complaints with the Auction House is 20 days of the date on which the auction was closed.

  4. This deadline for filing complaints with the Auction House may be extended if the buyer asks for this because of the time needed to have the item checked for genuineness by an expert, which is always done at the buyer's expense. The buyer must inform the Auction House of this by the above deadline. The item complained about must be returned in the original condition and packing.

  5. A complaint cannot be filed:
    - about the defects apparent from the description or image of an item available at the Auction House's website;
    - about a lot composed of 10 or more items (series, lots, mixed lots)
    - about lots marked KVP in the text (quality to be viewed)
    - about lots denoted [SBÍRKY] (
    collections).

  6. In view of the above, the Auction House encourages personal inspections of items. The auction participants agree that the Auction House conducts the sale of items (collections, lots, and accumulations) as is within the meaning of Section 1918 of the Civil Code and their defects cannot be complained about.

VII. Export abroad

  1. The sale and export of objects is governed by Act No. 71 / 1994 Coll. concerning objects of cultural value as amended. Such objects can only be exported from the Czech Republic after submitting an official document certifying that such objects are not cultural monuments. The auction participants must acquaint themselves with the sale conditions for objects of cultural value as set forth by Act No.71 / 1994 Coll.

  2. For a consideration, the Auction House can offer an expert's opinion of an object as a basis for an export certificate.

VIII. Protection of personal data

The Auction House treats the personal data in conformance with the current legal regulations, in particular Act No. 101 / 2000 Coll. The buyer's personal data stored will not be shared with applications of third parties. By providing their personal data, auction participants consent to the data being processed by the Auction House to offer its products and services and disseminate information on the activities of the Auction House, pursuant to Act No. 480 / 2004 Coll., for a period ended by the consent being revoked. The Auction House may assign the processing of personal data to a third-party supplier.

IX. Copyright

Unless otherwise explicitly agreed on, the Auction House is the owner of the copyrights to all the content published by its website, catalogue, and any other printed materials. Thus, the content may not be used without the Auction House's prior written consent. An exception may be use for non-business purposes provided that the content is not modified or further disseminated. Even after the title to a property is transferred to the successful bidder, the Auction House may use the image and text description of the property.

X. Final provisions

  1. These Terms and Conditions are binding on all auction participants and item owners, who are obliged to acquaint themselves with the details of the Terms and Conditions.

  2. After-auction sales of items are governed by the Terms and Conditions.

  3. For any disputes, rights to be exercised, and obligations to be met, the Czech version of the Terms and Conditions will prevail. All legal acts under the Terms and Conditions are governed by the law of the Czech republic. In the event of a litigation concerning the mediation of purchase and sale of an item in the auction, the competent court is the court for the district of Praha 6.

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