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    Castello Mackenzie
    Mura di San Bartolomeo, 16
    16122  GENOVA   

    Tel +39 010 8395029
    Fax +39 010 879482 / 812613
    E-Mail: filatelia@cambiaste.com
    Web: https://www.cambiaste.com
  • Über Cambi Casa d'Aste srl.

    Cambi Auction House was set up in 1998 after a long activity in fine arts and auctions field, standing out immediatelly as one of the rapidly emerging realities at a national and European level. Together with the traditional fine arts auctions, Cambi stands out for its specialist auctions addressed also to niche sectors as maritime art, scientific instruments, fine frames and mirrors, departments that are continuously still specializig today.

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Castello Mackenzie
Mura di San Bartolomeo, 16
16122  GENOVA   

Tel +39 010 8395029
Fax +39 010 879482/812613
E-mail: info@cambiaste.com

VAT number: 03706800103
Geschäftsbedingungen

Cambi Casa d'Aste srl.


Cambi Casa d'Aste srl. will be, hereinafter, referred to as “Cambi”.

1. Sales will be awarded to the highest bidder and it is under- stood to be in “cash”. Cambi acts as an agent on an exclusive basis in its name but on behalf of each seller, according to article 1704 of the Italian Civil Code. Sales shall be deemed concluded directly between the seller and the buyer; it follows that Cambi does not take any responsibility towards the buyer or other people, except for those concerning its agent activity. All responsibilities pursuant to the former articles 1476 and following of the Italian Civil Code continue to rest on the owners of each item.

The Auctioneer’s hammer stroke defines the conclusion of the sales contract between the seller and the buyer.

2. The goods on sale are considered as second-hand goods, put up for sale as antiques. As a consequence, the definition given to the goods under clause 3 letter “e” of Italian Consu- mer’s Code (D. Lgs. 6.09.2005, n. 206) does not apply to them.

3. Before the beginning of the auction, an exposition of the items will take place, during which the Auctioneer and his repre- sentatives will be available for any clarifications. The purpose of this exposition is to allow a thorough evaluation of authenticity, attribution, condition, provenance, origin, date, age, type and quality of the lots to be auctioned and to clarify any possible typographical error or inaccuracy in the catalogue.

If unable to take direct vision of the objects is possible to request condition reports (this service is only guaranteed for lots with estimate more than 500 euro).

The person interested in buying something, commits himself, before taking part to the action, to analyze it in depth, even with the help of his own expert or restorer, to be sure of all the above mentioned characteristics.

No claim will be accepted by Cambi after the sale, nor Cambi nor the seller will be held responsible for any defect concerning the information of the objects for sale.

4. The objects of the auction are sold in the conditions in which they are during the exposition, with all the possible defects and imperfections such as any cracks, restorations, omissions or substitutions. These characteristics, even if not expressly stated in the catalog, can not be considered determinants for disputes on the sale.

Antiques, for their own nature, can have been restored or modi- fied (for example over-painting): these interventions cannot be considered in any case hidden defects or fakes. As for mechanical or electrical goods, these are not verified before the selling and the purchaser buys them at his own risk. The movements of the clocks are to be considered as non verified.

5. The descriptions or illustrations of the goods included in the catalogues, leaflets and any other illustrative material, have a mere indicative character and reflect opinions, so they can be revised before the object is sold.

Cambi cannot be held responsible for mistakes or omissions concerning these descriptions nor in the case of hypothetical fakes as there is no implicit or explicit guarantee concerning the objects for sale.

Moreover, the illustrations of the objects in the catalogues or other illustrative material have the sole aim of identifying the object and cannot be considered as precise representations of the state of preservation of the object.

6. For ancient and 19th century paintings, Cambi guarantees only the period and the school in which the attributed artist lived and worked. Modern and Contemporary Art works are usually accompanied by certificates of authenticity and other documents indicated in the appropriate catalogue entries. No other certificate, appraisal or opinion requested or presented after the sale will be consi- dered as valid grounds for objections regarding the authenticity of any works.

7. All information regarding hall-marks of metals, carats and weight of gold, diamonds and precious colored gems have to be considered purely indicative and approximate and Cambi can- not be held responsible for possible mistakes in those informa- tion nor for the falsification of precious items. Cambi does not guarantee certificates possibly annexed to precious items car-

ried out by independent gemological laboratories, even if refe- rences to the results of these tests may be cited as information for possible buyers.

8. As for books auctions, the buyer is not be entitled to dispute any damage to bindings, foxing, wormholes, trimmed pages or plates or any other defect not affecting the integrity of the text and/or the illustrations, nor can he dispute missing indices of plates, blank pages, insertions, supplements and additions subse- quent to the date of publication of the work.

The abbreviation O.N.C. indicates that the work has not been collated and, therefore, its completeness is not guaranteed.

9. Any dispute regarding the hammered objects will be decided upon between experts of Cambi and a qualified expert appoin- ted by the party involved and must be submitted by registered return mail within fifteen days of the stroke and Cambi will de- cline any responsibility after this period.

A complaint that is deemed legitimate will lead simply to a re- fund of the amount paid, only upon the return of the item, excluding any other pretence and or expectation. If, within three months from the discovery of the defect but no later than five years from the date of the sale, the buyer has notified Cambi in writing that he has grounds for believing that the lot concerned is a fake, and only if the buyer is able to return such item free from third party rights and provided that it is in the same conditions as it was at the time of the sale, Cambi shall be entitled, in its sole discretion, to cancel the sale and disclose to the buyer the name of the seller, giving prior notice to him. Making an exception to the conditions above mentioned, Cambi will not refund the buyer if the description of the object in the catalogue was in accordance with the opinion generally accep- ted by scholars and experts at the time of the sale or indicated as controversial the authenticity or the attribution of the lot, and if, at the time of the lot publication, the forgery could have been recognized only with too complicated or too expensive exams, or with analysis that could have damaged the object or reduced its value.

10. The Auctioneer may accept commission bids for objects at a determined price on a mandate from clients who are not present and may formulate bids for third parties. Telephone bids may or may not be accepted according to irrevocable judgment of Cambi and transmitted to the Auctioneer at the bidder’s risk. These phone bids could be registered.

11. The objects are knocked down by the Auctioneer to the highest bidder and if any dispute arises between two or more bidders, the disputed object may immediately put up for sale again starting from the last registered bid.

During the auction, the Auctioneer at his own discretion is en- titled to: withdraw any lot, make bids to reach the reserve price, as agreed between Cambi and the seller, and take any action he deems suitable to the circumstances, as joining or separating lots or changing the order of sale.

12. Clients who intend to offer bids during the auction must request a “personal number” from the staff of Cambi and this number will be given to the client upon presentation of IDs, current address and, possibly, bank references or equivalent guarantees for the payment of the hammered price plus com- mission and/or expenses. Buyers who might not have provided ID and current address earlier must do so immediately after a knock down.

Cambi reserves the right to deny anyone, at its own discretion, the entrance in its own building and the participation to the auc- tion, and to reject offers from unknown or unwelcome bidders, unless a deposit covering the entire value of the desired lot is raised or in any case an adequate guarantee is supplied.

After the late or nonpayment from a purchaser, Cambi will have the right to refuse any other offer from this person or his repre- sentative during the following auctions.

13. The commissions due to Cambi by the buyer are 30% of the hammer price of each lot up to an amount of € 2.000, 25% of the hammer price of each lot between 2.000 and 200.000 and 20% on any amount in excess of this sum, including VAT. Any other taxes or charges are at the buyer’s expenses.

14. The buyer must make a down payment after the sale and settle the residual balance before collecting the goods at his or her risk and expense not later than ten days after the knock down. In case of total or partial nonpayment of the due amount within this deadline, Cambi can:

a) return the good to the seller and demand from the buyer the payment of the lost commission; b) act in order to obtain enforcement of compulsory payment; c) sell the object privately or during the following auction in the name and at the expenses of the highest bidder according to article 1515 of the Italian Civil Code, with the right of the compensation for damages.

After the above mentioned period, Cambi will not be held responsible towards the buyer for any deterioration and/or damage of the object(s) in question and it will have the right to apply, to each object, storage and transportation fees to and from the warehouse according to tariffs available on request. All and any risks to the goods for damage and/or loss are transfer- red to the buyer upon knock down and the buyer may have the goods only upon payment, to Cambi, of the Knock down com- missions and any other taxes including fees concerning the pa- cking, handling, transport and/or storage of the objects involved.

15. For objects subjected to notification from the State, in ac- cordance to the D.Lgs. 22.01.2004 n. 42 (c.d. Codice dei Beni Culturali) and following changes, buyers are beholden by law to observe all existing legislative dispositions on the matter and, in case the State exercises its pre-emptive right, cannot expect from Cambi or the vendor any re-imbursement or eventual in- terest on commission on the knock down price already paid. The export of lots by the buyers, both resident and not resident in Italy, is regulated by the above mentioned law and the other custom, financial and tax rules in force. Export of objects more than 70 years old is subject to the release of an export license from the competent Authority.  

Cambi does not take any responsibility towards the purchaser as for any possible export restriction of the objects knocked down, nor concerning any possible license or certificate to be obtained according to the Italian law.  


16. For all object including materials belonging to protected spe- cies as, for example, coral, ivory, turtle, crocodile, whale bones, rhinoceros horns and so on, it is necessary to obtain a CITES export license released by the Ministry for the Environment and the Safeguard of the Territory. Possible buyers are asked to get all the necessary information concerning the laws on these exports in the Countries of de- stination.

17. The “Droit de Suite” will be paid by the seller (Italian State Law n. 663, clause 152, April 22, 1941, replaced by Decree n. 118, clause 10, February13, 2006).

18. All the valuations indicated in the catalogue are expressed in Euros and represent a mere indication. These values can be equal, superior or inferior to the reserve price of the lots agreed with the sellers.

19. These Sales Conditions, regulated by the Italian law, are si- lently accepted by all people talking part in the auction and are at everyone’s disposal. All controversies concerning the sales activity at Cambi are regulated by the Court of Genoa.

20. According to article 13 D.Lgs. 196/2003 (Privacy Code), Cambi informs that the data received will be used to carry out the sales contracts and all other services concerning the social object of Cambi S.a.s.. The attribution of the data is optional but it is fundamental to close the contract. The registration at the auctions gives Cambi the chance to send the catalogues of the following auctions and any other information concerning its ac- tivities.

21. Any communication regarding the auction must be done by registered return mail addressed to:
Cambi Casa d’Aste
Castello Mackenzie - Mura di S. Bartolomeo 16
16122 Genova - Italy
Datenschutzbestimmungen

Cambi Casa d'Aste srl.


Notice to customers: Privacy Update

As of May 25th 2018, the new European Regulation no. 679/2016 ("GDPR") on the protection of personal data is effective. In accordance with GDPR and in compliance with the principle of transparency, we have updated our privacy policy that we invite you to read below:

1. Introduction

Cambi Casa d’Aste srl undertakes to guarantee the protection of your personal data every day.

The aim of this policy is to offer you a clear and transparent overview on which customer data we collect and process within the contractual relationship and in relation to the use of our website and online apps installed on mobile devices.

In the following paragraphs we will explain how we use your personal data, for what purpose and for how long, furthermore reminding you how we guarantee your rights and the compliance with the rules on personal data protection.

2. Who is the controller of your personal data?

Cambi Casa d’Aste srl, with its registered headquarters at walls of Mura di San Bartolomeo, 16 - Genova (GE) - Italy, in the person of its pro tempore legal representative, is the controller of your personal data.

3. What are the contact details of the data protection officer?

Cambi Casa d'Aste srl has not appointed a data protection officer ("Data Protection Officer" or "DPO") because said figure is not mandatory for its structure; the data protection officer is therefore the pro tempore legal representative of Cambi Casa d’Aste srl.

You may contact the data protection officer by sending an email to the email address privacy@cambiaste.com or by writing to: Data protection officer c/o Cambi Casa d'Aste srl, with its registered headquarters in Mura di San Bartolomeo, 16 - Genova (GE) - Italy

4. What are personal data and which data do we process?

"Personal data” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, in this case you in your use of the services offered by Cambi Casa d’Aste srl

Specifically, we collect and process your personal data that are required for the conclusion of the contract and the provision of the requested services, such as:

- personal identification data (name, surname, date and place of birth, social security number and gender);

- home address, telephone number and email;

- bank account details necessary to make the relevant charges;

- in general, all other data and information necessary for the conclusion and execution of the contract.

Furthermore, when you use our website and our apps, we process: the data requested during the registration process; your navigation data; your contact information; your IP address; the domain name of the devices you use; the URL that is used; information about the operating system and IT environment you use; Web browsing history; the geographical coordinates of the mobile device; and the data you voluntarily provide in this context in order to use our services and purchase our products.

In addition to this, we collect your data through cookies.

Cookies are small text files that are sent to the user's devices by visited websites; they are stored in the user's device and then re-transmitted to the websites on the user's subsequent visits to those websites.

In general, we use the so-called "technical" cookies required to ensure that the user has access to our website’s best functionality. If you wish to disable or refuse the use of said cookies, you may at any time change your PC’s browser settings.

For more details on the other types of cookies we use, which are the so-called “third-party” cookies and “profiling” cookies, please refer to the cookie policy published on our website.

5. Redirect to external sites

The website uses so-called Social plugins, that are special tools that allow you to embed social networking features directly within a website (eg. Facebook’s "like" button).

Each social plugin on the website is identified by the logo owned by the social platform, in this case the Facebook logo. If you interact with the social plug-in, your data are directly communicated to the social platform that processes your data in its capacity as independent data controller. If you wish to obtain more details on the purposes and methods of processing, and on your exercisable rights and the retention of your personal data, please refer to the social network’s own privacy policy.

6. Purpose of processing of your data

First of all, we collect and process personal data about you (see par. 4) that are strictly necessary to follow up on your requests and on the services you have subscribed to.

Purposes To conclude and execute the contract relating to our services, namely for purposes strictly connected to and necessary for performing the necessary contractual activity (assessment of creditworthiness and solvency), for managing the contractual relationship (administrative and accounting activities, customer service, complaints management, debt collection), and for providing the services required upon each occasion. To protect our corporate assets and defend our rights under our legitimate interest. To fulfil legal obligations and respond to enquiries by the Authorities and to respect the provisions of the regulations in force for the prevention of fraud, money laundering and terrorism financing, where applicable.

Also, in the interests of constantly improving the customer experience and in order to offer you “tailor-made” services, we process your data:
- for sales and marketing activities, in order to directly offer you products and services similar to those you have already purchased. To do so we will act on the basis of our legitimate interest; you are at all times entitled to object to receiving such communications by writing to the email address privacy@cambiaste.com.

If we have previously acquired your express and specific consent,you may revoke it at any time by writing to the email address privacy@cambiaste.com.

Your consent may be acquired for the following processing purposes:

- for direct sales activities, sending you communications -with the use of traditional and automated systems- involving the full range of products and services offered by us, by Group companies (parent companies, subsidiaries and/or related companies), from affiliated businesses and third party partners;

- to communicate and/or dispose of some of your data to third party companies (belonging to sectors such as auction houses etc) who will process for commercial acting as independent controllers;

- for profiling purposes, in order to process and conduct statistical and market studies and researches, to allow the creation/definition of your profile, to analyze your tastes, preferences, habits, needs and/or choices so as to be able to offer products and services that are in line with your needs, as well as special offers and discounts.

In all cases, we undertake to ensure that the data collected and treated are appropriate for the abovementioned purposes, and that this does not result in an invasion of your personal sphere.

7. To whom do we disclose your data?

We disclose your data solely to the subjects we employ to carry out the activities necessary for achieving the purposes described in the previous paragraph 5, including for example:

- companies directly controlled by Cambi Casa d’Aste srl;

- companies that are a part of Cambi Casa d’Aste srl;

- external companies that offer services relating to the assessment of creditworthiness, financial strength, risk profile and regulatory compliance profile (eg. money laundering);

- third-party companies that provide logistics services;

- companies that perform technical coordination, assistance and data-processing system maintenance tasks on our behalf;

- in general, third-party companies that assist us in matters relating to the contract.

The subjects mentioned above are specially appointed data processors, a list of which can be requested by writing to the email address privacy@cambiaste.com.

We may also communicate your data to subjects to whom the communication is due by virtue of legal obligations and to credit institutions with which we operate for the purpose of concluding the contract. Such subjects perform their processing activities as independent controllers.

The subjects mentioned above are specially appointed data processors, a list of which can be requested by writing to the email address privacy@cambiaste.com.

We may also communicate your data to subjects to whom the communication is due by virtue of legal obligations and to credit institutions with which we operate for the purpose of concluding the contract. Such subjects perform their processing activities as independent controllers.

8. Where do we transfer your data?

Normally we do not transfer your information outside the European Union. In certain circumstances and for purposes related to the assessment of creditworthiness and financial strength, some of your data may be transferred to third countries.

In this case we shall make sure that the recipient, acting as data processor, complies with the provisions of GDPR including specifically dictated standards for the transfer of personal data to third countries. In particular, we guarantee that these transfers are carried out on the basis of an adequacy decision or of the processor’s subscription of standard data protection clauses approved by the European Commission.

The actual transfer of personal data to third countries and further information relating thereto may be obtained by writing to the email address privacy@cambiaste.com.

The server farm on the website is located is in France - company OVH.

Your data shall not be transferred to third parties located outside the European Economic Area; should such transfer be necessary, we shall make sure that the recipients of your data have taken suitable security measures to ensure the protection of your personal data.

9. How long do we store your data?

We only store your data for the time necessary to perform the processing for the above-mentioned purposes.

In particular, below are the main times of use and storage of your personal data with reference to the various processing purposes:

a) we shall process your data for the duration of the contract and for as long as obligations or purposes related to its implementation persist. After the termination of the contractual relationship, we shall retain them for 11 years to comply with legal obligations or to safeguard our rights;

b) with reference to processing for marketing purposes, carried out on the basis of our legitimate interest and of your consent, your data will be processed for the duration of the contract and for as long as obligations or purposes related to its implementation persist, unless you object to the processing or withdraw your consent;

c) your data shall be processed for profiling purposes until you withdraw your consent and/or request termination of the processing. In any case, profiling activities will only take into account the data relating to the past 12 months;

d) for the fulfillment of legal obligations, your data shall be processed and stored as long as the processing is necessary for fulfilling said obligations.

e) finally, we reserve the right to retain the so-called login and logout data for a longer period of time in order to be able to manage any offences committed to the detriment of the website (e.g. hacking activities).

10. What are your rights

Right of access – you have the right to obtain from the controller confirmation as to whether or not your personal data are being processed, and, where that is the case, access to any information concerning said processing.

Right to rectification – have the right to obtain from the controller the rectification of any inaccurate or incomplete personal data concerning you.

Right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”)– in certain circumstances, you have the right to obtain the erasure of your personal data from our archives if they are not relevant to the continuation of the contractual relationship or required by law.

Right to restriction of processing– under certain conditions, you have the right to obtain from the controller restriction of processing if it is not relevant to the continuation of the contractual relationship or required by law.

Right to data portability – you have the right to obtain transmission of your data to another controller.

Right to object – you have the right to object, on grounds relating to your particular situation, at any time, to processing of your personal data based on the lawfulness of legitimate interest of on the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority, including profiling.

Right to withdrawal of consent – you have the right to withdraw consent to the processing of your data at any time,not affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.

Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority – at any time, you have the right to promote a request for exercising your rights. In all cases, if you wish to lodge a complaint regarding the ways in which your data is processed, or regarding how a complaint filed by you was managed, you have the do so directly with the supervisory authority.

The aforementioned rights may be exercised against us by writing to the email address privacy@cambiaste.com.

The exercise of your rights as a data subject is free of charge in accordance with article 12, GDPR.

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