General Auction to include: Chinese Ceramics - Gold & Silver Jewellery - Militaria - Ceramics - Antiques & Collectables - Vintage & Retro - and Much More. - 618 Lots

by Morley Auctioneers & Valuers
4th Sep 2021 from 12pm BST
Morley Auctioneers & Valuers
Morley Auctioneers and Valuers
Unit 1
Alexander Mills
Morley
West Yorkshire
LS27 0QH
United Kingdom
Telephone(s):
01133454038
07704524058
Sale Description:
General Auction to include: Chinese Ceramics - Gold & Silver Jewellery - Militaria - Ceramics - Antiques & Collectables - Vintage & Retro - and Much More.

Sale Dates:
4th September 2021 from 12pm BST - (Lots 1 to 609)
Viewing Dates:
2nd September 2021 - 10am to 4pm
3rd September 2021 - 10am to 4pm
4th September 2021 - 10am to 12pm

Fees apply to the hammer price:

Free Registration
25.2% inc VAT*

Flat Fee Registration
21.60% inc VAT*

*These fees include buyers premiums and internet surcharges.
Please see the auctioneers terms & conditions for more information
Bidding during the sale via, live internet bidding, in the room, over the phone or by leaving a commission bid is deemed as acceptance of Terms & Conditions and forms a contract between Morley Auctioneers and Valuers and the buyer.
All Buyer disputes are to be settled at the auctioneer’s discretion.
Viewing days are held the preceding Thursday, Friday and Morning of the sale. Once the sale begins you must not touch or request to see lots listed in the sale. Any persons that damage items listed in the sale during the viewing process will be charged at the lower estimate.
All lots sold as seen (any restrictions that prevent the auction house from legally holding viewing days a condition report will act as the sold as seen).
All electrical items enter the sale untested and are sold as seen.
All condition report requests must be sent no later than 24hours prior to the start of sale.
As Morley Auctioneers and Valuers act as agents on seller’s behalf they can not be held liable for any incorrect listing, descriptions or authentication of lots placed in sale.
Bidding in the room, Telephone or Leaving a commission bid
Potential bidders must register for a paddle number prior to the start of the auction if they intend to bid in the room, via telephone or leave a commission bid.
Paddle numbers can be obtained from the office.
A £1 paddle number deposit must be paid when retrieving a physical paddle number from the desk for auction room bidding, this will be returned to you when the paddle is returned.
Telephone bid slots must be arranged with the office 24hours prior to the start of the sale.
Commissions bids may be left up to an hour prior to the sale starting.
Buyers commission is 18% per lot, an additional 20% VAT is payable on the buyer’s commission (Example: £10.00 + 18% = £11.80 commission = £1.80 + 20% = £0.36).
Online Bidding
To bid online during the auctions you must register with www.easyliveauction.com or www.the-saleroom.com.
Internet surcharges may be added to your sales invoice as per the platforms T&C’s.
3% unless flat £3 registration fee is opted for during registration for sales via EasyliveAuctions.
4.95% + VAT for sales via The Sale Room.

Post Sale
All invoices must be settled within 3 working days of the sale.
We accept cash, bank transfer, credit and debit cards.
Failure to settle invoices within this time frame will result in a ban.
All lots won will be retrieved by a member of Morley Auctioneers and Valuers Staff.

Lots must be collected within three working days of the sale unless prior arrangement has been made, failure to do so may result in storage fee’s at £5 per day.

If lots remain uncollected 4 weeks after the sale, they will become property of Morley Auctioneers and Valuers to dispose of as we see fit, unless prior arrangement has been agreed with the auctioneer. If the lots have been paid for no refund will be issued.



Shipping
Should the buyer require our shipping/delivery service, this can be arranged. Clients are requested to contact the auction house post sale for a shipping/delivery quote. All postage is quoted on an individual basis. You can contact us before auction to ensure that we will be able to post the lot to your destination.
If we agree to postage then a further invoice will be issued with postage fees. This is to be paid in full before we will post items.
Alternatively, buyers can of course make their own collection arrangements. Should the goods need to be packed for a courier collection this will incur a packing fee of £5 per box.
All postage is sent at the risk of the buyer.
Morley Auctioneers and Valuers accept no liability for items lost or damaged in transit and no reimbursements will be issued should loss or damage occur.
Should the buyer require our shipping/delivery service, this can be arranged. Clients are requested to contact the auction house post sale for a shipping/delivery quote. All postage is quoted on an individual basis. Alternatively buyers can of course make there own collection arrangements. All goods will need to be collect within three working days from the end of the sale.

Lots must be collected within three working days of the sale unless prior arrangement has been made, failure to do so may result in storage fee’s at £5 per day.
If lots remain uncollected 4 weeks after the sale, they will become property of Morley Auctioneers and Valuers to dispose of as we see fit, even if they have been paid for (unless prior arrangement has been agreed with the auctioneer).
We are not liable for items lost or damaged in transit.
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