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Ulrich Felzmann 160th Auction - Coins


Tuesday 07.11.2017

Lotto da Lotto fino Starting Time CET Ending Time Descrizione
1 240 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Münzen: Sammlung Wolfram Büge
241 446 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Antike
447 629 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Deutschland bis 1871
630 775 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Kaiserreich
776 787 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Weimarer Republik, III. Reich
788 807 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Nebengebiete
808 1042 10:00 CET 18:00 CET DDR/BRD
1043 1074 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Mittelalter - Denare
1075 1697 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Europa A-Z

Wednesday 08.11.2017

Lotto da Lotto fino Starting Time CET Ending Time Descrizione
1698 2087 10:00 CET 14:00 CET Übersee A-Z
2088 2198 10:00 CET 14:00 CET Medaillen
2199 2271 10:00 CET 14:00 CET Geldscheine/Banknoten
2272 2311 10:00 CET 14:00 CET Orden, Abzeichen und Ehrenzeichen
2312 2438 10:00 CET 14:00 CET Varia, Uhren, Schmuck etc.
2439 2475 10:00 CET 14:00 CET NACHTRAG der Einzellose ab Antike
2476 3000 14:00 CET 18:00 CET Numismatik - Sammlungen

Thursday 09.11.2017

Lotto da Lotto fino Starting Time CET Ending Time Descrizione
3001 3340 11:00 CET 13:00 CET Zeppelin- & Flugpost, Ballon- sowie Raketenpost
3501 3989 13:00 CET 15:00 CET Horn of Africa Spezialkatalog
4001 4439 15:00 CET 16:30 CET Übersee A-Z, Europa A-Z
4440 4630 16:30 CET 18:00 CET Altdeutschland

Friday 10.11.2017

Lotto da Lotto fino Starting Time CET Ending Time Descrizione
4631 4842 11:00 CET 12:00 CET Deutsches Reich
4843 5289 12:00 CET 15:00 CET Deutsche Kolonien, Danzig/Memel/Saar, Sudetenland, Besetzung I. & II. Weltkrieg, Feld- und Inselpost
5290 5633 15:00 CET 17:00 CET Lokalausgaben, Alliierte Besetzung, SBZ/DDR, Berlin, Französische Zone, Bi-Zone, Bundespost
5634 5703 17:00 CET 18:00 CET Thematische Philatelie (Einzellose), Weltraumpost/Spacemail

Saturday 11.11.2017

Lotto da Lotto fino Starting Time CET Ending Time Descrizione
6001 6236 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Nachlässe & Sammlungsaufgaben
6237 6298 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Thematik, Ansichtskarten
6299 6775 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Alle Welt, Übersee, Europa A-Z
6776 6951 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Deutschland, Altdeutschland, Deutsches Reich, Flug- und Zeppelinpost
6952 7061 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Deutsche Kolonien, Danzig/Memel/Saar, Besetzung II. Weltkrieg
7062 7297 10:00 CET 18:00 CET Deutschland nach 1945, Bundesrepublik, Berlin, SBZ/DDR
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Auction Conditions


General auction conditions

Auction conditions e@uction


General auction conditions

Which are also applicable exclusively without written acknowledgement upon submission of personal or written bids.


1. The auctioneer acts in his own name for the account of his client, who remains anonymous (as commission agent).

2. During the auction, the auctioneer reserves the right to combine or separate the lot numbers of the catalogue, to offer these out of sequence or to withdraw them.

3. The items to be auctioned can be viewed prior to the auction. The catalogue descriptions are given to the best of our knowledge and belief and are no guaranties according to the Sale of Goods Act. The auction house accepts no liability for defects, insofar as it has complied with its duty of care. Apart from collections, the auction house does however engage to claim warranty rights from the supplier for justified claims, which must be notified to the auction house at the latest within one week of receipt of the item, within the 1 year period of limitation. In the event of a successful claim against the supplier, the paid purchase price, including the buyer’s premium, will be refunded. Any additional claim, including compensation for the costs of the claim, such as postage, inspection fees, etc., is excluded.

4. Knockdown takes place to the highest bidder after it has been proclaimed three times. In justified cases, the auctioneer can refuse to knockdown or to award it subject to a proviso. The auctioneer can withdraw the knockdown and offer the item again, where a bid that was made in time was overlooked or where the highest bidder does not wish for his bid to stand, or where other doubts arise as to the knockdown. Where bids are made to the same value, a written bid has priority over a bid in the room. Telephoned bids must be subsequently confirmed in writing. The Auctioneer will accept no liability whatsoever for establishing the telephone connection or for the communication of bids – including those
submitted by e-mail or via the internet. In the event of a knockdown subject to a proviso, until clarification with the supplier has been obtained, the bidder is bound by his bid for a minimum of six weeks; the same applies where bids lower than starting price are given and sales of unsold lots after completion of the auction. Bids such as “best” also rise by up to ten times the proclaimed price.

5. Participation via the internet („Live-Bidding“) and use of the systems is limited by the auction houses equipment and the current technical state of said equipment. The auction house reserves the right to implement any changes to said equipment to improve the service provided. The participants accept that technical faults can occur and shall inform the auction house when this happens. The auction house/auctioneer shall not be liable for any disruption to the online connection nor for the compatibility of the hardware and software used. Sellers and bidders have no claims against the auction house/auctioneer, if a bid or closure does not come through or is delayed.

6. Upon knockdown being given, the risk for loss or damage beyond the control of the auctioneer, passes to the purchaser. Ownership of the purchased item only passes to the purchaser when complete payment has been made to the auction house.

7. The obligation to accept arises with the knockdown. The items are to be received immediately after the auction. If the purchaser requires shipment within Germany, this shall be provided at his own expense and, insofar as he is also a businessman, at his own risk.

8. The sale of auction lots is subject to differential taxation. The acquisition price forms the basis for calculating the premium to be paid by the buyer. A fee of €2 is charged per auction lot. No VAT is indicated for goods that are subject to differential taxation.

For buyers in European Union countries: Consumers pay a standard premium of 23,8% plus lot fee, postage and insurance.

For Traders (as defined in the German VAT Act –UStG) pay a premium of 23,8% on goods that are subject to differential taxation (this premium includes 19% VAT) plus lot fee, postage and insurance. In the case of goods that are subject to regular taxation, a premium of 20% is charged, plus 19% VAT charged on the total sum of acquisition price, premium, lot fee and postage/insurance. The movement of goods within the EU can be exempted from VAT in accordance with statutory provisions.

For buyers resident in third-party countries (outside the EU): Buyers pay a 20% premium plus lot fee, postage and insurance. If Auktionshaus Ulrich Felzmann GmbH & Co. KG exports the goods to third-party countries itself, the invoice will not contain VAT. If the goods are exported by the buyer him/herself or via a third party, VAT will be charged and reimbursed on presentation of the necessary proof of export.In all cases, the buyer him/herself will assume any import taxes or customs duties.

A premium of 20% will be charged for gold coins that are exempt from VAT.

9. The invoiced amount becomes due with the knockdown and is payable in cash or by means of a bank certified cheque. Payments by external purchasers, who have bid in writing or by phone, become due within one week of the date of invoice. Where the purchase is made for a third party, the bidder shall be liable together with the third party as a joint and several debtor.

10.In the event of a payment delay or refusal to accept the acquired lots, the buyer shall lose his/her rights relating to the acquisition price. Interest of 1.5% per month shall be charged in the event of a payment delay. In addition, the auction house can demand, as it sees fit, fulfilment or, after setting a deadline, compensation for non-fulfilment. The compensation can also be calculated in such a way that the item is auctioned again in a further auction and the defaulting purchaser is liable for any reduced proceeds compared with the previous auction and the special costs for repeat auctioning, including the fees of the auctioneer. In the event that sold lots are not paid for in full within a maximum of three months after the original auction date, the Auctioneer shall invoice said purchaser for at least the forgone auctioneer’s fees as compensation for non-fulfilment. The onus shall be on the purchaser to demonstrate that the Auctioneer did not incur any damages or incurred damages of a significantly lesser degree than the amount in question.

11. The place of fulfilment and jurisdiction for transactions between merchants is Düsseldorf. German law applies; the regulations of the United Nations Sale of Goods Act do not apply.

12. The afore-mentioned conditions do also apply to any lot sale after the date of auction. The regulations of mail order sale do neither apply to the auction sale nor any sale after the date of auction. The sale of unsold lots is only possible for a limited amount of time. A winning bid which has been awarded via online catalogue, an online platform, telephone, email, or any other form will only be considered binding upon receipt of an invoice. The surcharges are calculated in line with point 8 of these terms and conditions.

13. If one of the above mentioned conditions shall be wholly or partly void, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining conditions. In case of any discrepancies between the German and the English language version of these General Auction Conditions as well as any lot description the German language version is relevant.

Status: January 2017
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Auction conditions e@uction

1. Scope of application and recognition
These General Auction Conditions “General Terms and Conditions for e@uction” (hereinafter referred to as GTCs for short), shall apply for all business relationships between Ulrich Felzmann GmbH & Co. KG, Immermannstr. 51, 40210 Düsseldorf, Germany (hereinafter referred to as “Auctioneer”) and the participants of an “e@uction” organised by the Auctioneer on its auction platform www.felzmann.de, upon which these GTCs can be viewed at any time and downloaded in PDF form. By submitting a bid – regardless of what form said bid takes – the applicable version of these GTCs shall be recognised as being fully and solely binding. GTCs shall also apply when other websites use the auction website www.felzmann.de in such a way that they allow full or partial access to an e@uction. Any conflicting or deviating GTCs pertaining to participants in an e@uction shall not apply, even if this is not explicitly stated, and shall not be recognised by the Auctioneer unless the (partial) application of this is expressly stated in writing.

2. e@uction
The e@uction is a public and voluntary auction, organised by Ulrich Felzmann GmbH & Co. KG (Auctioneer), of movable goods from the field of numismatics and philately in the broadest sense. The Auctioneer shall act in its own name as a commission agent for the account of the owners (suppliers), who shall remain anonymous. As a limited-time event, the e@uction is held in accordance with the terms of the Regulation on Commercial Auctions (Federal Law Gazette (BGBl) 1976, Part I, 1346, Auction Regulations – VerstV), in accordance with the legal requirements for commission agents set out in the German Civil Code (BGB) and German Commercial Code (HGB), and in accordance with these General Auction Conditions as an online auction on the internet auction platform www.felzmann.de, overseen by an auctioneer who is present in person during the auction, in which the euro is the specified currency.

3. Registration and log-in
Following a one-time registration, participants must log into each separate e@uction with their own password. The registration shall be carried out by a natural person of full legal capacity providing complete and accurate information and choosing his or her own password, which is to be kept secret. The Auctioneer shall not be liable for damages arising from the misuse of a password. Legal persons may only be registered through named natural persons who are authorised to represent them. Only one registration is permitted per person. PO boxes may not be given as addresses. Participants are required to keep their registration data up-to-date. Damages resulting from incorrect or outdated data shall be borne by the participants in question. Deliveries made to the most recent address communicated to the Auctioneer by the auction participant shall be deemed effective regardless of whether the auction participant (still) resides there. In order to ensure maximum data security, data is transferred in encrypted form. The Auctioneer shall undertake to treat all data with absolute confidentiality. It shall only be permissible to pass on customer data if required to do so by law or in order to fulfil a contract.

4. Auction catalogue, lot descriptions and lot viewing
The items to be auctioned are presented for at least two weeks in the form of lots with descriptions in an online auction catalogue (which can also be printed out as a downloadable PDF file) as an invitation to submit an offer.
The lot descriptions are prepared by experts with the utmost care based on their subjective opinions and to the best of their knowledge and belief. They do not constitute guarantees as defined by the Sale of Goods Act or define a specific property or a specific value. Rather, they serve only the purposes of information, explanation, classification and demarcation. In the case of coins, information regarding the condition of the coins adheres strictly to the classifications that are standard in the coin trade. The lots are auctioned in the condition in which they are found at the auction.
All lots can be viewed both in detail on the internet and in physical form on two days before the auction by appointment at the Auctioneer’s offices or at another location decided upon by the Auctioneer (e.g. at a stamp fair). When viewing lots physically, interested parties can have the properties of these explained to them by experts face-to-face.

5. (Advance) bids, auction increments and bids that are lower than the starting price
Once the online auction catalogue has been presented, advance bids can be submitted online or in writing. Through advance bids, the bidder commissions and authorises the Auctioneer to submit bids on his/her behalf and, in the event that the lot is awarded, to enter into a purchase agreement for the bidder with the Auctioneer. In this case, the bidder releases the Auctioneer from the regulations of section 181 of the German Civil Code concerning self-dealing. Bids submitted to the Auctioneer (in writing) will be placed as per the defined auction increments in the interests of the bidder but without guarantee. This means that a maximum bid will only be used insofar as it is necessary to outbid (by one auction increment) an existing bid or competing bids that are placed later on.

The auction increments are:
Up to €50 €2
up to €100 €5
up to €500 €10
up to €1,000 €20
up to €2,000 €50
up to €5,000 €100
up to €10,000 €200
Higher €500

Bids that are lower than the starting price will not be accepted. Bids that do not correspond to the auction increments shall be rounded up; bids such as “in all cases” and “at all costs” will, at the discretion of the Auctioneer, be carried out up to ten times the starting price but will not necessarily be entitled to be awarded the lot. If more than one bid is submitted for the same amount, the one that was received first shall take priority. Queries regarding (the size of) existing bids will not be answered. All advance bids must be received by the Auctioneer two hours before the auction begins or they will not be taken into account. 

The Auctioneers shall – without being required to furnish reasons – be entitled to reject bids, to withdraw lots from the auction, to combine lots into a single lot or split up lots into several individual lots, to block IP addresses for the e@uction, to exclude individuals from the auction completely and to remove any bids that these may have submitted for the current auction. Individuals who have been excluded from an e@uction may only re-register to take part with the express permission of the Auctioneer – even if this is done indirectly via third parties; otherwise the excluded individual shall be liable for all costs and damages resulting from its new registration and (steps takes to counter) its activities on the Auctioneer’s auction platform.

6. Pricing procedure and awarding of lots
Once a lot has been called up – e.g. with a starting bid that has been increased through advance bids – a higher bid (greater by one auction increment) can be submitted directly as a live online bid. For the highest current bid in each case, the Auctioneer will call the sequence “GOING, GOING, GONE!” (in German: “ZUM ERSTEN, ZUM ZWEITEN UND ZUM DRITTEN!”). This sequence will be repeated anew for each higher bid. Only when the sequence is no longer interrupted by a higher bid will it be closed with “GONE” (in German: “ZUM DRITTEN”), i.e. the lot is awarded to the highest bidder.
Through this pricing procedure, in which bidders compete directly in an unlimited period of time and can respond by placing higher bids – an essential element of an auction – the best possible price is reached on the market for sellers and buyers at the point in time at which the auction is held. If only one bid has been submitted for a lot, it shall be awarded at the starting bid. In justified cases, the Auctioneers shall be entitled to cancel the awarding of the lot and to auction it again. When the lot is awarded, the risk for loss or damage beyond the control of the Auctioneer shall be transferred to the buyer; however, ownership of the purchased item shall only be transferred to the buyer once payment has been made in full to the auction house.

7. Formation of contract and total invoice account
Each bid for a lot constitutes a legally binding offer to enter into a purchase agreement with the Auctioneer which remains effective until a higher bid is placed or the auction is closed without the lot being awarded. With the declaration to accept the highest bid pronounced in connection with the awarding of the lot by the Auctioneer, a purchase agreement between the bidder and the Auctioneer shall take effect (section 156 German Civil Code (BGB)). The purchase agreement requires the buyer to accept all lots acquired and to settle the total invoice account in euros. This shall also apply for lots awarded as a result of incorrect information being given by the bidder.

8. Premiums and VAT
The (net) acquisition price forms the basis for calculating the premium to be paid by the buyer, which is subject to differential taxation without indicating VAT.

For buyers in European Union countries: Consumers pay a standard premium of 20%.  Dealers (as defined in the German VAT Act – UStG) pay a premium of 20% on goods that are subject to differential taxation (this premium includes 19% VAT) plus postage and insurance. For dealers, the invoice can be issued with regular taxation. In this case, the premium is 16.8% plus 19% VAT on the total of acquisition price and premium and postage/insurance. The movement of goods within the EU can be exempted from VAT in accordance with statutory provisions (with VAT registration identification number).

For buyers resident in third-party countries (outside the EU): Buyers pay a premium of 16.8%. If Auktionshaus Ulrich Felzmann GmbH & Co. KG exports the goods to third-party countries itself or through third parties, the invoice will not contain VAT. If the goods are exported by the buyer him/herself or via a third party, VAT will be charged and reimbursed on presentation of the necessary proof of export. In all cases, the buyer him/herself will assume any import taxes or customs duties.

A premium of 16.8% will be charged for gold coins that are exempt from VAT.

9. Dispatch, self-collection and cash payment
The acquired lots are dispatched at cost price shortly after receipt of payment – the Auctioneer will decide whether this is done by post or by a private delivery company. Any other type of dispatch requires the consent of the Auctioneer. The items will be sent to the address communicated to the Auctioneer by the buyer and, if the latter is a businessman or woman, at his or her own risk. If communicated by the buyer  beforehand, it is possible for the latter to collect his/her acquired lots in person from the Auctioneer – and to pay for the entire amount in cash – up to seven days after the close of the auction.

10. Due date for payment
The total invoice account is due for payment within one week of being invoiced. The buyer shall pay said amount – in advance and free of any charges – by bank transfer to one of the bank accounts indicated in the auction invoice. The payment shall be effected in such a way that it is received by the Auctioneer no later than 14 days after the invoicing date. The buyer shall bear any transaction costs that are incurred. Payments in foreign currency shall be accepted based on the settlement day and the euro amount credited by a major bank, whereby any differences owing to exchange rate fluctuations shall be borne by the buyer. Buyers shall only be entitled to delivery of their acquired lots once the total invoice account – for all lots acquired by the buyer in the auction plus any accumulated costs and interest – has been settled in full. Any other payment shall only be permitted if agreed with the Auctioneer in writing beforehand. Where the purchase is made for a third party, the bidder and the third party shall be jointly and severally liable. If, at the request of the buyer, an invoice is issued by the Auctioneer in the name of a third party, only an additional settlement obligation shall be recognised for said third party: no additional rights shall be granted to him/her. This shall not affect the buyer’s liability.

11. Payment delay, refusal to accept acquired lots and partial payments
In the event of a payment delay or refusal to accept the acquired lots, the buyer shall lose his/her rights relating to said lots. Interest of 1.5% per month shall be charged in the event of a payment delay.
In addition, the Auctioneer can demand, as it sees fit, fulfilment or, after setting a deadline, compensation for non-fulfilment. The compensation can also be calculated in such a way that the item is auctioned again in a further auction whereby the defaulting purchaser is liable for any shortfall between the proceeds of the new auction and those due from the previous auction, as well as the special costs associated with the new auction, including auctioneer fees. In the event that sold lots are not paid for in full within a maximum of three months after the original auction date, the Auctioneer shall invoice said purchaser for at least the forgone auctioneer’s fees as compensation for non-fulfilment. The onus shall be on the purchaser to demonstrate that the Auctioneer did not incur any damages or incurred damages of a significantly lesser degree than the amount in question. Partial payments on the part of a buyer for several acquired lots may, at the behest of the Auctioneer, be offset against any claims against the buyer, irrespective of their legal grounds. The buyer shall only be entitled to offset such counterclaims against the Auctioneer and/or the supplier if these are related to his/her liability and are legally established or expressly recognised by the Auctioneer or the supplier. The buyer shall not be entitled to any rights of retention owing to claims from other business with the Auctioneer or the supplier.

12. Defects
The Auctioneer will assume no liability for defects insofar as it has complied with its duty of care. All collections, group lots, dealer stock, wholesale lots and inherited collections shall be auctioned “as is” – notices of defects shall not be accepted. However, with the exception of collections, the auction house does engage to claim warranty rights from the supplier for justified claims; these must be notified to the auction house within one week of receiving the item and within the one-year period of limitation. In the event of a successful claim against the supplier, the paid purchase price, including the buyer’s premium, shall be refunded. Any additional claim – including compensation for the costs of the claim, such as postage, inspection fees, etc. – shall be excluded.

13. Place of performance and jurisdiction
German law shall apply. The terms of the United Nations Sale of Goods Act and regulations governing distance sales shall not apply. Should one of these General Auction Conditions prove to be wholly or partly void, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining conditions. In this case, the invalid conditions shall be replaced by valid conditions that most closely approximate the commercial substance and intent of the invalid conditions. The same shall apply for legal loopholes. When texts are provided in several languages, the German version shall be binding in the event of differences of opinion.
The place of fulfilment and jurisdiction for business transactions shall be Düsseldorf, Germany.

14. Special e@uction conditions 
The participation in the e@uction and use of the systems relating to the e@uction is limited by the auction houses equipment and the current technical state of said equipment. The auction house reserves the right to implement any changes to said equipment to improve the service provided. The participants accept that technical faults can occur and shall inform the auction house when this happens. The auction house/auctioneer shall not be liable for any disruption to the online connection nor for the compatibility of the hardware and software used. Sellers and bidders have no claims against the auction house/auctioneer, if a bid or closure does not come through or is delayed. 

Last modified: April 2017
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Informatica sulla conciliazione Online

"Online Dispute Resolution" (ODR platform by EU regulation)

Link to EU online dispute resolution (splatform)

Information according to Paragraph. 14 of EU Regulation no. 524/2013 (ODR Regulation)


Information for online dispute resolution: The European Commission presents from 15.02.2016 an Internet platform for online dispute settlement (so-called "ODR platform") as a focal point for the extrajudicial settlement of disputes concerning contractual obligations arising from online contracts on goods or services used.

The EU Commission OS platform can be accessed at the link: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr

We can be reached via e-mail address: info@felzmann.de
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Ulrich Felzmann 160th Auction - Coins

Data dell´asta: November 7th - 11st, 2017

Auktionshaus Ulrich Felzmann GmbH & Co. KG
Immermannstraße 51
40210 Düsseldorf, Germany
Tel. (+49) 0211-550 44 16
Fax. (+49) 0211-550 44 11

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Condizioni speciali d´asta

The sale of auction lots is subject to differential taxation. The acquisition price forms the basis for calculating the premium to be paid by the buyer. A fee of €2 is charged per auction lot. No VAT is indicated for goods that are subject to differential taxation.

For buyers in European Union...di più

× The sale of auction lots is subject to differential taxation. The acquisition price forms the basis for calculating the premium to be paid by the buyer. A fee of €2 is charged per auction lot. No VAT is indicated for goods that are subject to differential taxation.

For buyers in European Union countries: Consumers pay a standard premium of 23,8% plus lot fee, postage and insurance.

For Traders (as defined in the German VAT Act –UStG) pay a premium of 23,8% on goods that are subject to differential taxation (this premium includes 19% VAT) plus lot fee, postage and insurance. In the case of goods that are subject to regular taxation, a premium of 20% is charged, plus 19% VAT charged on the total sum of acquisition price, premium, lot fee and postage/insurance. The movement of goods within the EU can be exempted from VAT in accordance with statutory provisions.

For buyers resident in third-party countries (outside the EU): Buyers pay a 20% premium plus lot fee, postage and insurance. If Auktionshaus Ulrich Felzmann GmbH & Co. KG exports the goods to third-party countries itself, the invoice will not contain VAT. If the goods are exported by the buyer him/herself or via a third party, VAT will be charged and reimbursed on presentation of the necessary proof of export.In all cases, the buyer him/herself will assume any import taxes or customs duties.

A premium of 20% will be charged for gold coins that are exempt from VAT.

Numero del lotto 397

Ancient Coins

Descrizione

silberne Büste des Traianus mit Lorbeerkranz und Umhang, 2. Jhdt., Moesia oder Noricum, Höhe ca. 40 mm, sehr seltenes Objekt, welches in dieser Erhaltung kaum zu finden ist, 43,11 g,

Automatically generated translation:
Silver bust of the Traianus with laurel wreath and cape, 2. Jhdt., Moesia or Noricum, height approximate 40 mm, very rare object, which in this preservation hardly to find is, 43, 11 g,

1) Tutto il materiale offerto nel presente catalogo è di pro- prietà di terzi. La società Franco Casati s.a.s. vende in nome e per conto terzi, dai quali ha ricevuto regolare mandato di vendita.

2) Il materiale offerto è generalmente riprodotto fotogra- ficamente. La fotografia è parte integrante della descrizio- ne. Non saranno accettati reclami concernenti centratura, marginatura e caratteristiche dei timbri (come pesantezza di annullamenti, ecc.). Quando non fotografato il materia- le offerto è parimenti autentico di prima scelta e privo di difetti anche occulti, salvo diversa chiara specificazione. A richiesta, si inviano fotocopie o scansioni dei lotti anche non fotografati al costo di € 2,50 + IVA cadauna, € 4,00 + IVA per immagini fronte/retro. Il pagamento dovrà essere anti- cipato e potrà essere effettuato con francobolli italiani in € o tramite PayPal dopo nostra e-mail con richiesta dell’im- porto da corrispondere (vedi pag. IX). Tale importo verrà interamente rimborsato in caso di un qualsiasi acquisto.

2a)Tutte le foto dei lotti, comprese quelle non riportate nel catalogo, sono visionabili sul nostro sito www.casatiaste.it cliccando l’opzione «offerte on-line». E’ possibile l’ingran- dimento delle stesse cliccando sull’immagine. 3) I prezzi di base di questa «Vendita su offerta - Asta» sono espressi in Euro e compaiono nella colonna a lato di ogni descrizione.

4) Non si accettano offerte inferiori al prezzo di base. Il prezzo di base rappresenta il prezzo minimo di vendita per ciascun lotto. Non si accettano offerte con clausola «al me- glio» oppure «salvo visione». In caso di due offerte uguali, sarà ritenuta vincente quella arrivata per prima.

5) Il prezzo di aggiudicazione sarà maggiorato di una com- missione del 22%, più un contributo fisso di € 1,50 per ogni lotto.

6) Il materiale, dopo l’avvenuto pagamento, sarà inviato a mezzo Assicurata Convenzionale il cui costo forfettario è di € 7,50 fino a 250 g. al quale verrà aggiunto l’importo dell’assicurazione privata del plico a seconda del valore con- tenuto. Invii di lotti il cui peso sia superiore a 1 Kg. saranno effettuati solo tramite corriere. Non si fanno invii in contrassegno. Tutte le spese postali e di spedizione non sono assolutamente rimborsabili.

7) Tutto il materiale offerto è stato attentamente esamina- to dai nostri esperti, gli esemplari di maggior valore sono firmati e certificati dai più noti periti filatelici italiani o stranieri. L’ acquirente che desidera una perizia diversa da quella indicata nella descrizione dei lotti, deve farne espli- cita richiesta nella scheda di prenotazione o in sede d’asta. È facoltà della Franco Casati s.a.s. accettare o meno la ri- chiesta di estensione peritale. In caso di accettazione della richiesta l’ acquirente dovrà comunque provvedere al paga- mento dei lotti secondo la normale procedura, e disporrà di 30 giorni di tempo, dal giorno della spedizione dei lotti da parte nostra, per la restituzione dei lotti solo se il perito avrà espresso parere negativo. Scaduto questo termine non saranno accettate restituzioni per nessun motivo, anche se conseguenti ad eventi non dipendenti dall’ interessato.

8) Gli ordini potranno essere trasmessi anche per telefono o per fax, in questo caso, gli stessi dovranno essere seguiti da conferma scritta entro 7 giorni dalla telefonata o dal fax. Negli ordini trasmessi non utilizzando il ns. «Ordine di ac- quisto» (ad es.: e-mail) dovrà essere chiaramente indicato: «Dichiaro di aver preso visione e di accettare tutte le condi- zionidi vendita riportate nel catalogo». Le offerte dovranno pervenire entro e non oltre le ore 19.00 di Giovedì 12 October 2017.

9) Il pagamento dovrà essere effettuato alla consegna per coloro i quali volessero ritirare i lotti direttamente dopo la chiusura della vendita, oppure anticipatamente prima della spedizione dei lotti, previa nostra fattura di assegnazione. Gli Acquirenti dovranno, quindi, far pervenire l’importo dei lotti aggiudicati entro 15 giorni dalla data della nostra fat- tura di assegnazione. Il pagamento può essere effettuato a mezzo assegno bancario, bonifico, vaglia o PayPal.

10) Eventuali dilazioni di pagamento potranno essere con- cesse solo se espressamente richieste, secondo modalità che dovranno essere da noi confermate.

11) Scaduti i termini previsti per il pagamento (vedi art. 9) la Franco Casati s.a.s, si riserverà il diritto di sciogliere il contratto, addebitandone i danni ed applicando un onere a carico dell’acquirente del 1% mensile.

12) Fino al completo pagamento i lotti si intendono di pro- prietà del conferente. L’offerta con la trasmissione dell’ordinazione accetta inte- gralmente tutte le condizioni di vendita esposte.

13) Eventuali reclami, solo per lotti singoli e non periziati, dovranno pervenire entro 20 giorni dalla consegna diretta o dalla data di ricezione. I reclami saranno presi in considerazione solo nel caso in cui, a giudizio di due noti periti, il lotto non risultasse originale o avesse difetti occulti non descritti, o fosse so- stanzialmente diverso dalla descrizione da noi effettuata. Nel caso di accoglimento del reclamo saranno restituiti solo gli importi versati con esclusione di ogni risarcimento.

14) Non potranno, per nessun motivo, essere accettati re- clami per i seguenti lotti:

a) lotti composti da più di 10 pezzi non descritti singolarmente;
b) lotti formati da francobolli descritti come difettosi o di qualità mista;
c) lotti formati da francobolli con un valore di stima infe- riore al 10% della quotazione di catalogo;
d) le collezioni, i lotti e le accumulazioni di ogni genere.
e) collezioni, lettere o lotti singoli recanti annulli postali o timbrini peritali pesanti e/o passanti e sdoppiati anche se non descritti

In particolare non potranno essere accettati reclami in merito ai lotti esplicitamente descritti con dizione «da esaminare». Per i lotti descritti alle voci a-b-c-d-e del presente paragrafo la descrizione è da considerarsi orientativa ed in nessun modo vincolante.

15) Per ogni controversia s‘intende valida la Legge Italiana ed il Foro competente è quello di Monza. ×

Vendita lotti invenduti

Offerta minima

4750.00 EUR

Fine della vendita post asta:

Monday 11.12.2017, 00:59 CET

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