Antiques, Collectables & Homewares Sale
Welcome to Halifax Mill Auctioneers' next sale of 2021, on Sunday 26th September, starting at 1pm in the afternoon.
We've got an interesting catalogue in hand for you all to peruse and bid upon on Sunday, with some great highlights including a large collection of jewellery and coins, plus a trio of early scientific theodolite instruments, and some WWII 1944 floating bridge and pontoon documents. No doubt you'll all find your favourites once you have a look through the listings!
Standard buyer terms apply as they have through our previous 2021 sales, including NO CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS accepted, no refund s or returns, and that we're happy to ship/post items within the UK and overseas, but that we would suggest bidders contact us for a P&P quote prior to lodging any autobids or bidding on the day.
Viewing days are across Friday 24th, Saturday 25th and the morning of the sale, and we'll be taking condition and lot information enquiries from Wednesday 22nd up until noon on the Sunday.
Buyer invoices will be issued within 24-48hrs of the sale finishing, so you should have your payment instruction by worst case Tuesday evening - if for whatever reason you don't hear from us either via email or phone, then please contact the team on 01422 649669, or by emailing to email@example.com.
All the best for your bids and do drop us a line if you've got any questions, thank you.
HALIFAX MILL AUCTIONEERS
t: 01422 649669
26th September 2021 from
- Antiques, Collectables & Homewares Sale
(Lots 1 to 269)
24th September 2021 -
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Halifax Mill Auctioneers are based at The Printworks, Arches St, Halifax, HX1 2SY and are contactable by telephoning 07712 566791, or emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By registering for this auction and in particular bidding on any items advertised for sale within the Auctioneer's catalogue, the bidder is confirming that they have inspected the item or items in question in advance of the live auction's commencement, either through the photographs or written descriptions online, or by visiting the Auctioneer's premises to view in person.
Any pertinent queries or concerns about an item should be addressed to the Auctioneer in advance of any bid being placed, whether this be on the subject of the item itself, or shipping/collection if this is required.
All items listed for auction by Halifax Mill Auctioneers are sold as seen and it is the bidder's responsibility to ensure they are wholly satisfied with an item, whether this be it's provenance, condition, weight or size, in advance of the sale's commencement and ultimately before any bids are placed.
Halifax Mill Auctioneers will not accept any retracted bids within the bidding process and are not responsible for any financial loss as a result of any bid being missed, any logistics issues within the sale itself, or any technical problems either in-situ at Halifax Mill, or as a result of problems with Easylive's bidding platform. The Auctioneer will do its utmost to ensure that all bids are taken and a fair and competitive bidding platform is managed, however we are not responsible for any bidder's financial loss as a result of anything connected to the sale itself.
In advance of a sale's commencement, the auctioneer reserves the right to remove any item from the catalogue at the behest of a vendor - Halifax Mill Auctioneers act as agents for our vendors/sellers and are not responsible for any associated loss incurred through an item being removed from any sale. Any property or goods listed for sale within our auctions are solely the property of the vendors, until the winning bid has been taken, the hammer brought down, and ultimately a buyer payment has been made post-sale.
Winning buyers will be contacted within 24hrs of the sale's cessation, to be notified of their successful bids. Please ensure that where possible, payment is made within 72hrs of the sale date with collection arranged by the Friday of the following week.
Where a bidder is based outside of the UK & NI, please ensure that any relevant import/export shipping charges have been looked into in advance of bidding and/or courier costs have been considered.
If or where a bidder has to retract their winning bid or are unable to commit to their purchase, Halifax Mill Auctioneers will automatically add a ban to the bidder's Easylive account. Furthermore and where appropriate, we also reserve the right to pursue the bidder's binding intention to purchase, at a legal level.
All offers of purchase placed through bidding within this auction, are final and binding upon the bidder, and under no circumstances do we accept refunds or returns.
We accept cash-on-collection and VISA/Mastercard Debit card payments, but DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS nor personal cheques.
Winning buyers must collect their items from our HX1 2SY premises within five working days of the sale, so by Friday at 5pm at the latest. Any failure to do so will result in storage charges being levied at a minimum of £5 per day, up to £20 per day for any larger pieces of furniture.
Shipping within the UK and Internationally can be arranged upon application from the winning buyer, however where this is required we would recommend that a bidder contact us in advance of the sale day to request a quote.
We use Royal Mail as our preferred shipping partner due to the risks of damage to items with some of the cheaper wholesale parcel couriers. On top of that weighted and sized RM postage cost, we will add a wrapping/shipping cost of our own, at a maximum of £20+VAT per hour.
Where any item requires shipping or postage, the responsibility for meeting those logistics sit wholly with the bidder. Halifax Mill Auctioneers are simply facilitating that need, whilst covering our costs, but will do our utmost to ensure that any shipping charges are as cost-effective as possible. Where shipping is required, we will quote you prior to any work being undertaken and only proceed once an agreement has been reached and advance payment received.
We do not currently have a preferred courier option in the Halifax area, but any winning bidders are more than welclme to arrange for their own courier to come and collect their goods. Any wrapping or boxing up of items ready for a courier collection, may be chargeable on the discretion of the Auctioneer.