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3013. H. R. Harmer Auktion

Mittwoch 31.05.2017

Los von Los bis Anfangszeit PDT Beschreibung
1001 1924 09:00 PDT Session One

Donnerstag 01.06.2017

Los von Los bis Anfangszeit PDT Beschreibung
2001 2993 09:00 PDT Session Two

Freitag 02.06.2017

Los von Los bis Anfangszeit PDT Beschreibung
3001 4031 09:00 PDT Sale 3014

Samstag 03.06.2017

Los von Los bis Anfangszeit PDT Beschreibung
5001 5893 09:00 PDT Session Four
H.R. Harmer

1. Unless announced otherwise by the auctioneer, all bids are per lot, as numbered in the printed catalog. H.R. Harmer, as agent for the consignor or vendor, shall regulate the bidding and shall determine the manner in which the bidding shall be conducted. Harmer reserves the right to withdraw any lot prior to sale (without liability to any potential purchaser or agent), to reoffer any withdrawn lot, to divide a lot or to group two or more lots belonging to the same consignor or vendor, and to refuse any bid believed not made in good faith.

2. The highest bid acknowledged by the auctioneer shall prevail. Should a dispute arise between bidders (including a dispute between a floor bidder and the auctioneer acting on behalf of a mail bidder, consignor or vendor), the auctioneer alone shall determine who is the successful bidder and whether to reoffer the lot in dispute. Should a dispute arise after the sale, the auctioneer’s sale records shall be conclusive. On all lots sold, a commission of 18% on the hammer price is payable by the buyer.

3. (a) The auctioneer reserves the right to bid on behalf of clients (and consignors or vendors) but shall not be liable for errors and omissions in executing instructions to bid, however received, and whether such errors or omissions be those of the bidder or agent or those of the auctioneer. (b) All lots are offered subject to a reserve price. The auctioneer may implement such reserve price. The auctioneer may implement such reserve price by bidding on behalf of the consignor vendor. (c) It may also be assumed that all consignors have been advanced monies against the sale of their stamps and Harmer therefore has a security interest over and above the normal auction commission. (d) Purchases made by a consignor or vendor or his agent on his own lots shall be considered as a sale subject to commissions and sales tax as applicable. (e) Agents are responsible for all purchases made on behalf of their clients, unless other arrangements have been confirmed in writing prior to the auction. (f) H.R. Harmer, Inc further reserves the right to ban any bidder from participation in its sales for any reason deemed appropriate in its sole discretion. (g) H.R. Harmer, Inc retains the right to demand a cash deposit from anyone prior to bidder registration and/or to demand payment at the time the lot is hammered down to the highest bidder, for any reason whatsoever. In the event that any buyer refuses or fails to make payment in cash for any lot at the time it is knocked down to him, the auctioneer reserves the right to reoffer the lot for sale to the highest bidder.

4. (a) Subject to any extension of credit (which shall be made in accordance with Harmer's credit policies and requested prior to the commencement of the auction), payment for lots shall be as follows: (i) Floor Bidders. All Floor Bidders must register prior to the beginning of sale. All invoices to Floor Bidders shall be due on the day of the auction. (ii) Mail Bidders. A successful Mail Bidder will be notified of lots purchased. Payment is due within ten (10) business days of auction. Mailed delivery will be to the address on the bid sheet and proof by Harmer of receipt of a sending at the advised address shall constitute delivery. All charges for handling and delivery shall be added to your invoice. All shipments sent by Harmer are fully insured against loss in transit unless otherwise requested. (iii) Where an opinion of a generally recognized authority is desired, payment is still due within ten (10) business days of auction. We will hold the funds while we send the items to the recognized authorities. (b) Payment is accepted in the form of (i) Check in U.S. dollars drawn on a U.S. bank. If payment is made by check, Harmer reserves the right to hold shipment/delivery for up to ten (10) business days while it clears. (ii) By wire transfer. Harmer will credit your account with the actual USD's credited to our account net of any fees. (iii) By credit card (MasterCard or Visa). Payment by credit card is only available on invoices up to $10,000.

5. (a) Subject to the fulfillment of all of the conditions set forth herein, on the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer, title to the offered lot will pass to the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer, and such bidder thereupon (i) assumes full risk and responsibility therefore, and (ii) will pay the purchase price as set forth in Conditions of Sale 4.

(b) In addition to other remedies available to us by law, we reserve the right to impose from the date of sale a late charge of 2% per month if payment is not made in accordance with the conditions set forth herein. Unless otherwise agreed by Harmer, all property must be removed from our premises by the purchaser at his expense not later than ten (10) business days following its sale.

(c) If any applicable conditions herein are not complied with the purchaser, the purchaser will be in default and in addition to any and all other remedies available to us and the consignor by law, including, without limitation, the right to hold the purchaser liable for the total purchase price, including all fees, charges and expenses more fully set forth herein, we, at our option, may (i) cancel the sale of that, or any other lot or lots sold to the defaulting purchaser at the same or any other auction, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser, or (ii) resell the purchased property, whether at public auction or by private sale, or (iii) effect any combination thereof. In any case, the purchaser will be liable for any deficiency, any and all costs, handling charges, late charges, expenses of both sales, our commissions on both sales at our regular rates, legal fees and expenses, collection fees and incidental damages. We may, in our sole discretion, apply any proceeds of sale then due or thereafter becoming due to the purchaser from us or any affiliated company, or any payment made by the purchaser to us or any affiliated company, whether or not intended to reduce the purchaser’s obligations with respect to the unpaid lot or lots, to the deficiency and any other amounts due to us or any affiliated companies. In addition, a defaulting purchaser will be deemed to have granted and assigned to us and our affiliated companies, a continuing security interest of first priority in any property or money or owing to such purchaser in our possession or in the possession of any of our affiliated companies, and we may retain and apply such property or money as collateral security for the obligations due to us or to any affiliated company of ours. We shall have all of the rights accorded a secured party under the California Uniform Commercial Code (UCC).

(d) Payment will not be deemed to have been made in full until we have collected good funds. Any claims relating to any purchase, including any claims under the conditions of sale, must be presented directly to Harmer. In the event the purchaser fails to pay any or all of the total purchase price for any lot and Harmer nonetheless elects to pay the consignor any portion of the sale proceeds, the purchaser acknowledges that Harmer shall have all of the rights of the Consignor to pursue the purchaser for any amounts paid to the consignor, whether at law, in equity, or under these conditions of sale.


7. (a) On premises inspection and postal viewing. Ample opportunity is given for on premises inspection prior to the auction date, and, upon written request and at Harmer discretion, for inspection by postal viewing (all as detailed elsewhere in this catalog). (b) Each lot is sold as genuine and correctly described, based on individual description as modified by any specific notations in this catalog, including but not restricted to the section entitled “Key to Cataloguing”. (c) Quality. Any lot which a purchaser considers to be incorrectly described may be returned to Harmer within two weeks of its receipt by such purchaser (“returning purchaser”), provided, however, that the same is received by Harmer within four weeks of the date of the auction; however, Harmer may, in its discretion, refuse acceptance of such returned lot. If an opinion of a generally recognized authority is desired, the period of time within which a lot must be received by Harmer will be extended in accordance with condition of sale 8. In the event that a dispute cannot be resolved by reference to a generally recognized authority, and Harmer thereupon undertakes to reoffer the lot with a description identical to the description disputed, the returning purchaser shall be liable for the deficiency, if any, between the proceeds of the sale to the returning purchaser and the proceeds of a sale to a subsequent purchaser, as well as for all costs and expenses of the resale, including commission, and all incidental damages. Any lot, the description of which is disputed, must be returned intact in the condition received by the purchaser. The following lots are not returnable except at the discretion of Harmer: (i) lots from purchasers who attended the exhibition of the lots; (ii) lots examined by postal viewers; (iii) lots on account of their appearance, if they are illustrated in this catalog; (iv) lots described as having repairs, defects or faults - for any reason; (v) U.S. stamps (through 1918) for reasons of paper inclusions; (vi) no encapsulated stamps unless originally offered in this condition; (vii) multiple stamp/item lots including sets of 15 or more stamps, collections, large lots and group lots, whether certified or not, as sold “as is” and are not returnable for any reason. (d) Authenticity. Any lot which is declared otherwise than genuine by a generally recognized authority is returnable, provided such lot is received by Harmer within four weeks of the date of the auction. Proof that a generally recognized authority declines to express an opinion is normally grounds for the return of a lot. (e) Expenses incurred in the submission and the return of a lot under conditions of sale 7-9 are not refunded.

8. All lots to be sent out on extension must be paid in advance and submitted by H.R. Harmer. (a) If a lot is certified by a generally recognized authority to be other than as described: (i) the sale (and the invoice with respect thereto, if outstanding) will be cancelled and; (ii) to the extent set forth in Condition of Sale 9, payment of the expense of certification will be made to the purchaser. (iii) In the event any item “not as described” the buyer will be refunded the purchase price and certification fee up to $500 unless otherwise agreed. (b) Any lot with a P.F. or PSE certificate issued in the last six years is not eligible for extension.

9. Expenses of certification shall be borne by the purchaser except where a lot is certified other than as described and is returned to Harmer in accordance with Condition of Sale 8.

10. California/NY residents will be charge sales tax as well as bidders who pick up at the live auction venue or our office without a valid resale certificate.

11. (a) Dispute resolution shall occur in Orange County, California, USA. The provisions of the Conditions of Sale will be construed and dispute determined by application of California Law. (b) Notice, Service of Process: Buyers agree to accept all notices and service of process relating to dispute resolution at the address provided by buyer on any registration forms required to be executed as a condition of bidding in our auction. (c) Dispute resolution: All disputes and claims arising out of or relating to events and actions covered herein, brought by or against us, shall be resolved by mediation or binding arbitration in accord with the procedures set forth below. This provision does not apply to claims brought by the buyer directly against the consignor, including, but not limited to any action brought pursuant to the rescission provisions noted above.

12. (a) Within (30) days of written notice that there is a dispute, the parties or their representatives may meet at a time and place mutually agreed upon, to mediate their differences. If the parties agree, a mediator acceptable to the parties shall be selected. The mediator shall be an attorney, trained in mediation techniques and familiar with commercial law and the UCC. The mediator’s fees shall be shared equally and paid by all parties. At the mediation, all parties shall have actual authority to settle the dispute. Any statements made during, and all aspects of, the mediation process shall be kept confidential and shall not be admissible in any subsequent arbitration or judicial proceeding. Any resolution shall be confidential. (b) If the parties cannot agree to mediation, or if mediation does not resolve the dispute, or in any event no longer than 60 days after receipt of written notice referred to above, the parties shall submit the dispute for binding arbitration before a single neutral arbitrator jointly selected, or absent agreement, selected from the panel of arbitrators provided by the American Arbitration Association (AAA). If, within 15 days, the parties cannot agree on an arbitrator, then AAA shall select one (1) person as arbitrator in accord with AAA rules. The arbitrator shall be an attorney, experienced in commercial law and with the UCC. The arbitrator shall be required to follow the law in making his award, and the award shall be in writing and shall set forth findings of fact and legal conclusions. (c) The arbitration shall occur within 60 days of the selection of the arbitrator, in Orange County, California, unless the parties agree to another location. Discovery and the procedure for the arbitration shall, unless otherwise agreed to by the parties, follow the procedures and policies of AAA governing commercial arbitration, subject however to the following modifications: 1. All arbitration proceedings shall be confidential. None of the parties nor the arbitrator may disclose the existence, content or results of the arbitration without the written consent of all parties. 2. The parties shall attempt to agree on the issues to be arbitrated, or identify the disputed issues in writing no later than 45 days prior to arbitration. 3. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, discovery, if any, shall be limited as follows: (a) Requests for no more than ten (10) clearly identified categories of documents, to be provided to the requesting party within 14 days of written request therefore; (b) Depositions: No more than two (2) per party, provided however, the deposition(s) are to be completed within one (1) day; (c) Compliance with the above shall be enforced by the arbitrator in accord with California law. 4. Each party shall have no longer than eight (8) hours to present its position. The entire hearing before the arbitrator shall not take longer than three (3) consecutive days, unless all parties agree otherwise in writing. (d) The award shall be made in writing no more than 30 days following the end of the proceeding. Judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered by any court having jurisdiction thereof. Each party shall bear its own attorney’s fees and costs in connection with the proceedings and shall share equally the fees and expenses of the arbitrator. ×
3013. H. R. Harmer Auktion

Auktionstermin: 31. Mai - 03. Juni 2017

H.R. Harmer, Inc

HR Harmer GPN, Inc
2680 Walnut Ave, Suite AB
Tustin, CA 92780 

Phone:  +1 714.389.9178
Fax:       +1 714.389.9189

Weitere Infos zur Auktion


Allgemeine Geschäftsbedingungen

Besondere Auktionsbedingungen:

Auf sämtliche verkauften Lose ist vom Käufer ein Aufgeld von 18% zu entrichten.


Auf sämtliche verkauften Lose ist vom Käufer ein Aufgeld von 18% zu entrichten.

Los 1196

USA 1893 Kolumbus Ausgabe Einheit mit Plattennummer

  • Scott



239, 1893 30c Columbian, bottom imprint, "N" and plate number 59 plate block of 8, deep intense color, extremely well centered, NH, completely natural ink spot in bottom selevdge (we believe from printing process),an Extremely Fine and attractive block and certainly one of the finest extant. 2017 PF certificate. (Scott $20,000).

Automatisch generierte Übersetzung:
239,1893 30c columbianische, unten Eindruck, "N" und Plattennummer 59 PlattenAchterblock, intensive Farbe, äußerst gut zentriert, postfrisch, vollständiges natürlicher Tintenfleck in unten selevdge (wir glauben ab Druckverfahren), ein äußerst fein und attraktiv block und sicherlich eines der feinste existent. 2017 PF Attest. (Scott $20, 000).



Last update April 2017


The following conditions («Terms of Sale») shall apply to the sale of products (hereinafter simply the «lots») that VACCARI S.r.l., with offices in Via M.Buonarroti n.46, Vignola (Mo - Italy), e-mail, ph. +39 059771251, fax +39 059760157 (hereinafter also simply the «Vendor»), sells through the catalogue «ASTA PUBBLICA - PUBLIC AUCTION» (Modena Police Offices License of 19/2/2002) and for which the «Customer» may send bids to VACCARI S.r.l., through the website identified by the domain name (the «Website»), or by viewing the lots in the sale catalogue «ASTA PUBBLICA - PUBLIC AUCTION».
For orders placed through the Website, by clicking on the checkbox «I accept» in the order summary section, the Customer confirms that he/she understands and agrees to these Terms of Sale in their entirety. In the event these Terms of Sale are not accepted, no product may be ordered from the Website. For orders placed by other means, by sending the order the Customer acknowledges that he/she understands and agrees to the following Terms of Sale in their entirety.

Purchases may only be made by:
(a) persons of legal age,
(b) persons with the legal capacity to enter into contracts.
If the Customer is a minor or is not legally permitted to enter into a contract, a parent or legal guardian must enter an order and agree to these Terms of Sale on that individual's behalf. Any order made in violation of this provision shall be null and void.

When placing an order the Customer will be requested to provide valid and up-to-date personal information, including his/her name, address, post code, tax code (compulsory for amounts over euro 3,600.00) and e-mail address for the execution of the contract.

After selecting a lot on the Website and digiting the bid, click the «hammer» to add the bid in the shopping basket. The Customer may then send additional bids for other lots and add them to the cart or proceed to check out by clicking on the button «proceed to fill personal data»; it is also possible to remove one or more lots from the cart.
Upon completion of the order process the Customer will be asked to provide further personal information, including shipping address, billing address, tax code (if required), and payment details. The Customer warrants that all personal information provided is true and correct.
After selecting one or more lots from the catalogue, the Customer must send the order form found inside of the catalogue or on the Website, via post, e-mail or fax.
Before sending bids, by sending the order form, the Customer is required to carefully read the Terms of Sale, and to print and save a copy for his/her personal records.
The order form will be stored in the Vendor's database for the amount of time it takes to process the order and as required by law.
After carefully reviewing the order, the Customer must agree to the Terms of Sale and acknowledge that he/she is placing an order with an obligation to pay (in case of knocking-down in his/her favour), by ticking the box «I accept the General terms of sale and I am aware that this is an order with payment obligation» in order to confirm his/her complete and binding acceptance of the Terms of Sale and then click on the button «send your order» to proceed with the sending of his/her bids.
By sending the order the Customer sends to the Vendor his/her bid for one or more lots that the Customer has placed within the order. The Vendor reserves the right to refuse any order for reasons of expediency. The Vendor may also refuse, reject, or cancel an order in the event of pending litigation relating to the payment of a previous order, or if it deems that the Customer has violated the Terms of Sale, or for other legitimate reasons

At the moment of the order confirmation via e-mail or the Website by the Customer, the Vendor will send the Customer, via e-mail, confirmation of order receipt.
At the end of the auction, all Customers will receive confirmation of their purchase or the notice of knocking-down not in their favour via e-mail or post. In case of knocking-down and payment by cash on delivery o credit card, all necessary notices and information will be provided together with the delivery of lots and payment.

All lots are guaranteed to meet the descriptions contained in the catalogue «ASTA PUBBLICA - PUBLIC AUCTION» and on the Website. The description of the lots is effected with the greatest care and in good faith, stating, for most of them, their quality and/or the postage stamp quality. Most lots have been reproduced in colour (also on the Website) and the reproduction is integral part of the description. Any defect is clearly described even though not stated in the expert certificates included. The numbers in parenthesis at the end of each description indicate the Vendor references.

In the description of each lot in the catalogue «ASTA PUBBLICA - PUBLIC AUCTION» the reserve - or minimum price agreed - is expressed in euro.
Bids below that price will not be taken into consideration.

Mail bids can be sent via post, using the order form, fax, e-mail, internet (secure server), and should be received by the Vendor not later than 5 p.m. (local time) on Friday 5 May 2017.
In any BID, rounding up will be effected at the euro unit - NO DECIMALS.
No complaints due to mistakes or negligence in filling written bid-forms will be accepted.
NO «upon examination» bids or open choices between different lots will be accepted.

Telephone bids at the auction (recorded).
It is possible to take part in the auction by telephone for the following kinds of lots:
1) single lots with starting price from euro 1,000.00;
2) more lots with starting price sum from euro 1,000.00;
3) single or more lots with starting price lower than euro 1,000.00 only by way of exception.
Demands will be examined and accepted according to the Vendor unobjectionable decision (also depending on the likely return).
Points 2) and 3) might be excluded.
For those who take part in the auction through telephone connection, the Vendor is not responsible for any problem occurring before or during phone bids.
Lots for which a telephone bid has been requested are obviously considered to be RESERVED AT THE STARTING PRICE (except when higher bids are indicated).

Lots will be sold to the highest bidder. Lots that will receive a single bid, even if higher than the reserve price, will be knocked at the starting price. The knocking-down will be at one step more than the lowest bidding received as follows.

up to euro 300 = euro 10
euro 301 - 600 = euro 20
euro 601 - 1.500 = euro 50
euro 1.501 - 5.000 = euro 100
euro 5.001 - 15.000 = euro 500
over euro 15.000 = euro 1.000

Example of knocking-down: lot X minimum price euro 350.00; first bid euro 375.00; second bid euro 420.00; knocking-down at euro 395.00.
In case of equal bids for the same lot, the one received first takes precedence, and the one by mail takes precedence over the one in the auction room.

In case of shipping to foreign countries, Italian tax regulations will be applied. In case of shipping to non-EU countries, only for some lots it is possible to split out VAT (on demand a list with details relevant to the lots of interest is sent to the Customer) and, if it is the case, VAT and other import charges are to be paid by the consignee according to the regulations in force in the country of destination.

Following the knocking-down of lots, the relevant invoice or equivalent document which includes the relevant taxes will be issued to the Customer at the address where the lots are sent.
Collecting of lots. Customers can collect their lots personally by Vaccari S.r.l. seat, at the sale or later (only upon appointment), and on demand through the order form at VERONAFIL 19-20 May 2017 (Sunday excluded).
Postal charges. To the knocking-down price ONLY delivery charges (unit package) will be added. They include packing, shipping and insurance (no splitting out) covered by Lloyd's London against theft or loss for the total amount up to destination.

• euro 15.00 - POST - INSURED LETTER
ordinary/cash on delivery - up to 1 kg - business days 3-5
• euro 15.00 - EXPRESS COURIER
ordinary/cash on delivery - up to 10 kg - 48-72 hours
• EXPRESS COURIER 24 hours - up to 1 kg
euro 25.00 - ordinary - euro 35.00 - cash on delivery

• euro 20.00 - REGISTERED LETTER A.R. up to 1 kg
ANY COUNTRIES - business days 4-7 Europe - 7-10 USA and any other countries

• EXPRESS COURIER up to 1 kg
euro 25.00 EUROPE EU, USA, CANADA - 24-48 hours
euro 30.00 any OTHER COUNTRIES - 48-72 hours

In case of shipping not included above and for bulky lots, to any destination, delivery charges will be added at cost + a small amount for packing and insurance.
Shipping to Italy has traceability guaranteed and delivery from Monday to Friday, only working days. For shipping to foreign countries by POST, there is traceability only up to the Italian border. For shipping by COURIER, CONTACT PHONE NUMBER is mandatory (e-mail address recommended) and delivery is NOT possible to a Post-Office Box.

Payment, to Vaccari S.r.l., must be effected only in EURO, even for purchases outside Italy (NO other currency accepted), as follows:

a) when collecting lots, directly at the auction, at Veronafil and/or by Vaccari S.r.l. seat within 10 days from the auction date upon appointment (then payment will be in advance);

b) in advance within 10 days after receipt of notice of allocation (by e-mail and/or post); shipping of orders with payment IN ADVANCE will be effected upon receipt of payment note by the bank/post account (generally 1/2 working days);

c) within 10 days from receipt of the material, for Customers who have been authorized.

Resellers shall transmit their VAT number and FISCAL code (L.248/06).

CASH: payment by cash for Italian citizens (when collecting lots at the auction or by Vaccari S.r.l. seat or at the exhibitions), according to the regulations in force, is allowed only for amounts lower than euro 3,000.00. For foreign citizens, regulations in force are applied notwithstanding the above.

REFERENCES: Customers not known to Vaccari S.r.l., in order to make their bids accepted (above all for phone bidding), should send reliable philatelic and/or bank references and they should send, together with the order form, copy (both sides) of identity document.

Payment should be effected as follows:

1) CASH ON DELIVERY - only ITALY - payment on delivery by cash or cheque made out to Vaccari S.r.l. (only for couriers) - amounts up to euro 500.00

2) CREDIT CARD (maximum euro 10,000.00) circuit VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, DINERS and POSTEPAY - please send your data by post or fax using the order form, or via the internet site (secure server)
!!! IMPORTANT: for the safety of your data it is NOT POSSIBLE by TELEPHONE or e-mail.
NON-regular Customers, for the safety of credit card transactions, should send, together with the order form, copy (both sides) of credit card and of identity document.

3) BANK transfer to BANCO POPOLARE - bank branch of Vignola (Mo)
IBAN IT88R0503467070000000001401
BIC/SWIFT BAPPIT21408 (foreign countries)

4) transfer or on-line draft to the POSTAL ACCOUNT no.11894417
IBAN IT93M0760112900000011894417
BIC/SWIFT BPPIITRRXXX (foreign countries)

5) bank/post cheque - NOT NEGOTIABLE - made out to Vaccari S.r.l. - only ITALY and only REGULAR Customers

6) PAYPAL - only for PAYPAL ACCOUNT owners (maximum euro 10,000.00)
For the AUCTION, Customers who have a PayPal account can choose this method of payment in the bid-form but they will NOT be asked for AUTHORIZATION TO DEBIT their account until the end of the auction (there is a lapse of time between bidding and knocking-down and it is not possible to know the amount to be paid, if it is the case, before the auction). At the end of the auction, Customers will receive the NOTE OF ALLOCATION by e-mail with the exact amount to be paid in order to proceed with payment by PayPal and then the REQUEST FOR PAYMENT by Vaccari S.r.l.
The customer's PayPal account will be debited with the total amount of the auction lots purchased, AT THE MOMENT OF THE REAL PURCHASE AT THE END OF THE AUCTION and only with the amount to be really debited (lots really purchased and relevant shipping charges).
For Customers authorized to pay after receipt of the items, PayPal payment can be effected directly to

Deferred payment. The Vendor can arrange for payment to be effected by instalments for amounts higher than euro 300.00, provided that they are agreed before purchase (the Vendor may ask for sound guarantees). The maximum period is of 12 months and the rate of 4% yearly will be added.

Any unpaid material is subject to retention of ownership. Thus the transfer of ownership and delivery for such material shall only occur when payment is received in full.
In case of non-payment within the agreed terms (within maximum 30 days from the sale, excluding deferred payments agreed), the Customer will lose claim rights considered at point 14.
The Vendor shall deem the contract terminated and any partial payments will be withheld as a penalty for non-fulfilment of the agreement. The Vendor avails itself of the faculty of starting legal action to recover its credit, being entitled to damages and refund of relevant expenses. Until full payment of the amount due is made (including any charge and penalty), the Customer guarantees the Vendor with the purchased material. The Vendor is authorized (but not obliged) to sell the material above mentioned, without any formalities or notices, if the Customer is in arrears in making payment or does not satisfy commitments.

The Customer may send any complaints and requests for information to the Vendor at the following address: Via M.Buonarroti n.46, Vignola (Mo - Italy), ph. +39 059 771251, e-mail, fax +39 059 760157.

a) Besides initials or expertises the lots with the indication «P.V.» or «P.Vaccari» or «Paolo Vaccari» and with a return over euro 500.00 (excluding those formed by different items) will be accompanied by a free certificate with expertise and guarantee Vaccari S.r.l. For single items signed by Paolo Vaccari but with a return lower than euro 500.00, the price of the certificate is euro 50.00 VAT included. For lots without any indication «P.V.» or «P.Vaccari» or «Paolo Vaccari», please do not ask for Vaccari S.r.l. certificate.

b) Customers have full right to apply to philatelic trusted Experts in order to verify what they have acquired. Material which is found not to correspond to Vaccari S.r.l. description can be returned within 15 days from shipping date, upon telephone notice. The items returned should be accompanied by minimum two expertises contrasting with Vaccari S.r.l. description, written by philatelic experts still in activity, to be sent within 30 days from items shipping date. On the website some descriptions have also been translated into English. Anyway, the Italian text is the one to be considered for the above. The total amount will be returned where payment has already been made.

c) No complaints will be accepted for:
- lots formed by different items not described individually;
- lots in the sections (where present) «varie», «lotti e collezioni», «letteratura»;
- lots described as «voluminoso», «qualità mista», «si vende senza reclami»;
- lots examined on the occasion of the auction, by one or more philatelic experts still in activity, on behalf of one or more Customers.

d) Extension. The Customer who want to have an expertise different from the one indicated in the description of the lot (at his/her expense) must request it in the bid form or send a written request by 1 p.m. (local time) of the day before the auction. The Vendor has full right to accept or refuse the request. Should the request be accepted, the Customer will have to pay the lot following the regular procedure and will have 30 days from shipping date to return it, according to the indications for claims at point b.

e) Anyway, no claims will be accepted after 60 days from the auction sale date.

The Vendor avails itself of the unobjectionable faculty of joining, dividing or withdrawing any lot from the sale, of rejecting any bid at the sale or written, of cancelling any knocking-down in case of dispute.
Those who will view the lots on the days scheduled for the auction are liable for any damage they may cause to the lots.
The Vendor will have full right to ask unwelcome people and those who disturb the auction sale to leave the auction room without giving any reason.
The Vendor will have full right to accept or refuse requests to bid a unique lot (joining of lots only if subsequent). In case, there will be a provisional knocking-down by single lot, and the starting price for the group will be the sum of every single lot return + 10%.
Those who will bid by post or at the auction, even on behalf of other Customers (agents), will abide in full by the Terms of Sale herewith, answering for the purchase in full.
The court indicated in the Consumer Code shall have jurisdiction in the event of any disagreement.


Minimum bid

15000.00 USD
(ca. 13352 EUR)

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