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Eastern Auctions Public-Auktion

Samstag 17.06.2017

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Eastern Auctions

Mail Auction - Terms and Conditions

  1. All Lots are sold to the highest bidder at a slight advance over the underbidder.
  2. The auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw any lot at our discretion on which bidding fails to reach a reasonable level.
  3. Successful bidders will be notified of lots allocated to them and must remit before lots are sent. Persons known to us may have lots forwarded immediately. Payment must be made within ten days after receipt of notification. Postage, insurance registration, etc. are extra.
  4. If a lot is described incorrectly, the buyer has the option of returning the lot. This must be done within forty-five days of the auction by security registered mail. The lot must be intact, in the same condition as received with lotting labels. The reason for the return must be clearly indicated on the invoice or a copy thereof.
  5. Canadian residents will be charged GST or HST as appropriated for their mailing address.
  6. Canada and Provinces catalogue values are from the current Unitrade Canada Specialized catalogue. All other countries are catalogued and numbered by Scott Worldwide Volumes (Prices in US dollars) unless indicated MI (Michel) or SG (Stanley Gibbons) or VD (Van Dam). An "Est" indicates estimated net selling price in Canadian dollars.
  7. The placing of a bid shall constitute acceptance of the foregoing terms of sale.
  8. American customers are invited to bid in US or Canadian dollars.
  9. Billing is done in Canadian funds, Americans will be given the discounted total in US funds also. US resident paying with Visa will be billed in US dollars.
  10. This firm is a subscriber of the ASDA Code of Ethics for Auction firms.
  11. It is possible that Stamp Auction Network (SAN) underbids may become the winning bid at auction close. This is due to the implications of “Limit” and “or” bids.

Public Auction - Terms and Conditions

All bids are per lot, as numbered in the catalogue. Eastern Auctions Ltd. reserves the right to withdraw any lot prior to sale, to divide a lot or to group two or more.
The highest bidder shall prevail at one advance over the next highest bid. Should a dispute arise between bidders, the decision of the auctioneer as to the successful bidder or the re-offering or resale of the lot in dispute shall rest entirely in the judgment of the auctioneer. On all lots sold a commission of 15% on the hammer price will be payable by the buyer. The auctioneer shall regulate the bidding and reserves the right to refuse any bid believed by him not to be made in good faith.
U.S. funds are acceptable only at the equivalent amount shown on the invoice Visa, MasterCard and Paypal are accepted at a charge equal to 3.5% of the hammer amount. Please include the information on your bid sheet. We also accept cheques at no extra cost.
Payment for lots, including those on which opinions are desired under Condition of Sale 8, shall be made as follows:
A successful mail bidder will be notified of lots purchased and must remit before the lots are sent. A person known to us, or who furnishes satisfactory references, may at our option have purchases forwarded for immediate payment. Delivery will be to the address on the bid sheet. Proof by receipt of sending at the advised address shall constitute delivery. Postage and insurance are payable by the buyer.
Title shall not pass to the buyer until Eastern Auctions Ltd has received full payment.
Buyers agree to pay for lots as specified above and no credit is extended, a late payment charge of 2% per month is added to overdue payments, minimum $5.00.
Each lot is sold as genuine and correctly described based on individual description as modified by any specific notations in this catalogue including (but not restricted to) "Key to Cataloguing".
QUALITY. Any lot, description of which is incorrect, is returnable within forty-five days from closing date of auction. If the opinion of a mutually acceptable authority is desired, this period will be extended as noted in Condition 8. All disputed lots must be returned intact in the condition received. Photographed lots are not returnable on account of centering or perforations. Lots containing more than twenty stamps, described "as is", or described as having faults are not returnable for any reason. Bidders who have had an opportunity to examine the lots prior to the sale may not return the lots.
AUTHENTICITY. Any lot, which is declared other than genuine by a mutually acceptable authority is returnable, provided the lot is received within a period of four weeks from the date of the auction. Proof that a "mutually acceptable authority" declines to express an opinion is not normally grounds for the return of a lot.
Returns must be made by registered mail.
Lots marked or encapsulated by an expert committee are not returnable for any reason.
Lots accompanied by an existing certificate are not returnable.
When an opinion from a mutually acceptable authority is necessary, the buyer shall:
Submit the lot without delay to either; (1) the Vincent Graves Greene Foundation or Sergio Sismondo for Canada and British North America; (2) Sergio Sismondo, British Philatelic Association or the Royal Philatelic Society of London for British Commonwealth; (3) Sergio Sismondo for Foreign and (4) PF (Philatelic Foundation) for United States.
Ensure that advice in writing to this effect be received before the auction.
Remit in full for the lot. The buyer shall be reimbursed in full for any lot declared other than genuine.
Expenses shall be borne by the buyer except where the lot is other than as described and is returned within the conditions set forth above. Our responsibility is expressly limited to:
The actual cost of the opinion if up to $30.00 or less, or
The cost of the opinion up to 5% of the sale price but not exceeding a maximum of $100.00.
We are not responsible for expenses on the return of any lot.
Canadian residents will be charged GST or HST as appropriate for their mailing address. Foreign residents are liable for GST only on the buyer's premium.
This firm is a subscriber to the ASDA Code of Ethics for Auction firms.

The auctioneer may regulate the bidding at his discretion.  However, to assist absentee bidders in establishing their maximum bid for each lot, the increments shown below will be used in most cases.  We recommend that written bids conform to these increments (those which do not will be reduced to the next level).
Bidding is conducted in the following increments:
$10 - $50 $2.00
$55 - $130 $5.00
140 - $300 $10.00
$325 - $750 $25.00
$800 - $1,500 $50.00
$1,600 - $3,000 $100.00
$3,250 - $7,500 $250.00
$8,000 - $15,000 $500.00
$15,000 - $30,000 $1,000.00
$30,000 - $75,000 $2,500.00
$75,000 - OVER $5,000.00

Key to Cataloguing Symbols
Mint SS Souvenir Sheet
Used PPC Picture Post Card
cover NH Never Hinged
P Proof LH Lightly Hinged
E Essay OG Original gum
F Forgery RG Re-gummed
R Reprint NG No Gum
B Block H Hinged
S Sheet VLH Very Lightly Hinged
BK Booklet P Photographed
BP Booklet Pane DG Disturbed Gum
UL Upper Left SE Straight Edge
UR Upper Right Spacefiller Denotes serious fault
LL Lower Left FFC First Flight Cover
LR Lower Right FDC First Day Cover
CDS Circle Date Cancel CTO Cancelled to Order
VG Very Good #1-10 Complete Set
XF Near Perfect Centering #1/10 Incomplete Set
F Fine Book
F+ Perfs well clear of design SON Socked on Nose Cancel
VF Very Fine APP Appearing
F-VF Fine to Very Fine E Estimated Value of Lot
Eastern Auctions Public-Auktion

Auktionstermin: 17. Juni 2017

Eastern Auctions Ltd.
P.O.Box 250, Bathurst N.B.

Telefon : 1-(506)-548-8986 
Fax : 1-(506)-546-6627
Email: easternauctions@nb.aibn.com 

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Allgemeine Geschäftsbedingungen

Besondere Auktionsbedingungen:

Eastern Auctions Fernauktionen haben kein Aufgeld - Sie zahlen nur den Zuschlagspreis, sowie Versandkosten und eventuelle Zölle.
Alle wichtigen Kreditkarten werden akzeptiert.

× Eastern Auctions Fernauktionen haben kein Aufgeld - Sie zahlen nur den Zuschlagspreis, sowie Versandkosten und eventuelle Zölle.
Alle wichtigen Kreditkarten werden akzeptiert.

Los 73

Britisch Columbia und Vancouver Inseln Sammlungen

  • Scott



1860 2½p Bright Orange Rose, No Watermark, Imperforate A spectacular mint example of this sought-after classic stamp, displaying the characteristic orange tinge associated with this first printing, surrounded by large margins, exceptionally choice with an even bright impression on fresh paper, possessing with full, dull white original gum of the early De La Rue printings, hinged. A premium mint example as most examples observed are without gum, Extremely Fine, OG

Expertization: 1983 BPA certificate stating: "1860 2½d pale dull red no wmk imperf unused, large part original gum (SG 1) is genuine"

Provenance: J. G. Glassco, Harmer, Rooke & Co., January 1945, Lot 801

The "Provenance" Collection of British North America, Harmers of New York, Inc., January 1983, Lot 2003

(Catalog value: 60000 US$)

Automatisch generierte Übersetzung:
1860 2½p lebhaftorange rosa, kein Wasserzeichen, ungezähnt eine spektakuläre ungebraucht Stück dieser gesuchten Klassikmarke, zeigend das charakteristisch Orange Färbung einhergehend mit dies Erstauflage, umgeben von breite Ränder, besonders Ausgewählt mit einer gleichmäßig leuchtend Abschlag auf frischem Papier, besitzend mit voller, matt weiss Originalgummi des frühe De La Rue Drucke, gefalzt. Ein Zuschlag ungebrauchtes Stück als meiste Stücke beachtet sind ohne Gummi, Kabinett, Originalgummi Expertization: 1983 BPA Attest bestätigt: "1860 2½d blass mattrot kein Wasserzeichen ungezähnt ungebraucht, großer Teil Originalgummi (SG 1) ist echt" Provenienz: J. G. Glassco, Harmer, Rooke und Co., Januar 1945, Los 801 das "Provenienz" Sammlung von Britisch Nordamerika, Harmers von New York, Inc., Januar 1983, Los 2003 (Katalogwert: 60000 US$)

Terms and Conditons

  1. Bids are not retractable and obliges you to complete the transaction.
  2. No commission will be added to our fees.
  3. Bids placed must reach the minimum asking price. If the buyer places a higher maximum bid, we guarantee to keep this bid secret and we will bid on behalf of the buyer only if it is necessary to increase the bid.
    Example: The current highest bid is 110,- EUR. The buyer is willing to pay a maximum of 200,- EUR. Another bidder places a bid of 120,- EUR following a bid of 130,- EUR automatically by the first buyer. If no other bid is placed, the lot goes to buyer no. 1 at 130,- EUR. The buyer will never have to pay more for the lot than the maximum bid placed and won't have to pay anymore for the lot than necessary.
  4. Online bids will be accepted until September 2nd, 9 a.m. (CET). Bids will be used during the auction in the Memminger town hall.
  5. Postage and packing costs will be charged at cost-price. Goods will be delivered at the recipients own risk.
  6. Payment: The highest bidder will forwarded an invoice by e-mail . Payment can be made by: using a Euro cheque, Money order in EUR or US$, direkt debit, collection on delivery (not available in every country),
Please note: this is a charity auction and all results will be 100% donated to Children's hospice St. Nicholas


Auktion Verkauft

Zuschlag (ohne Gewähr)

700.00 CAD

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