Weekly Auctions of Exceptional Items
DoneFri, Jul 01, 2016 12:00 PM EDT
Wenham, MA, USA
The Henry D. Audesse Collection-Session 1
Seven Pines, Wenham, Massachusetts, USA To be held on location 97 Larch Row Real Estate and Antiques A European Collection to be sold in its entire contents July 1 and 2 p.m. at 12:00 Noon Real Estate and Antiques A 1927 Thirty room Georgian Mansion,boasting Twelve Thousand square feet of living space. Located on Boston?s North Shore in an Equestrian Community A European Collection to be sold unreserved in its entire contents including 19th Century French Furniture, Porcelains, Bronzes, Fine Decorative Objects, Clocks, Paintings, Works of Art, Mosaics and Lighting Phone: 800-822-1417 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, June 29 Thursday June 30 1-7 pm EST Auction days: Friday, July 1 and Saturday July 2 preview begins at 9 am. Preview throughout the sale.
97 Larch Row
Wenham, MA 01984
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We do not give refunds. All items are sold AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH ALL FAULTS and ALL SALES ARE FINAL. Our goal is to provide prospective bidders with accurate and detailed information. All items are described to the best of our knowledge, however neither John McInnis Auctioneers nor its consignor makes any warranties or representations express or implied with respect to such property as to the physical condition, quality, rarity, importance, provenance, medium, period, origin, or estimated value of any lot sold. All measurements and weights are approximate. The absence of any reference to the condition of property does not imply perfect or imperfect condition. No statement anywhere, whether oral or written, whether made in the catalogue, advertisement, bill of sale or remarks by staff or the auctioneer, shall be considered a warranty representation or assumption of liability. Any reliance on any such content, advice, statement, or other information shall be at your sole risk. 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In the event a Cites Certificate is required the cost would be an agreement between the seller and the bidder. If a mutual agreement on this is a problem, we reserve the right to refund the sale and return the item to the owner. All frames are sold as is. When selling oil lamps, the oil will be removed prior to shipping. All clocks and timepieces are sold as is, JMA makes no warranties or guaranties that any clock or watch is in working order. Prior to sale all on line bidders must register with our approved on line bidding services. Some bidders may require approval by the auction gallery. Online Bidders may be subject to providing additional information to be approved to bid. 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On Line Buyer(s) have the right to rescind the sale under the following conditions: A written condition report was requested, and received by the Auctioneer, 48 hours prior to the auction start, and the description is, in any material respect, inaccurate, or if the physical condition of the property materially differs from what was described, the Buyer has paid for the lot within 10 days of the sale, Buyer has arranged and paid for shipping within 5 days of payment for the Lot, and the Buyer provides notice of intent to return the item within forty-eight hours following receipt of the property and Buyer returns the property to the Seller within ten (10) days of receiving the property in the same condition it was sold. Any buyer requesting an extension on payment terms will not be allowed to return any purchased lots for any reason. All shipping costs, duties, tariffs and /or other expenses incurred are non-refundable. 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The auction will not be held responsible for any errors or failures, whether human or technology related, to accurately execute bids. Bidders are encouraged to submit absentee bids 24 hours prior to the auction. WE ACCEPT NO LIABILITY FOR ANY FAILURE OR DELAY IN EXECUTING BIDS OR ANY ERRORS CONTAINED IN BIDS PLACED VIA AN ONLINE BIDDING SERVICE. BIDDING INCREMENTS: We sell 70-100 lots per hour. Following are general guidelines for bidding increments: 0-49=10; 50-499= 25; 500-1999=100; 2,000-4,999=250; 5,000-19,999=1000; 20,000-49,999=5000; 50,000-99,999=10,000; 100,000-159,999=15,000; 160,000-199,999=20,000; 200,000-+=25,000 ON LINE BIDDERS: ITEMS CANNOT BE PICKED UP UNTIL AN INVOICE IS RECEIVED. THIS COULD TAKE UP TO 2 DAYS POST AUCTION. Payment must be made by cash, approved check, wire transfer, or MasterCard, Visa, Discover and Payment is expected at time of purchase. Payment for successful absentee, phone bids and online bids are required within five business days of the auction. Bidding on an item indicates the clients acceptance of our Terms of Sale. Your signature on our Bid Form or acceptance of these terms through any online bidding platform constitutes permission to charge successful bids to credit cards if payment is not received within five days of the auction. FORMS OF PAYMENT AND TERMS: (WE DO NOT ACCEPT PAYPAL) Complete payment is required the day of the Auction or upon receipt of notification of a successful bid. Accepted forms of payment are Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Bank Checks, Money Orders, and Wire Transfers. WE DO NOT ACCEPT PAYPAL. We reserve the right to require bank checks for large purchases. Invoice(s) totals greater than $10,000.00 must be paid by Certified Check, Bank Check, or Wire Transfers (fee applies). All payments should be made to John McInnis Auctioneers in U.S. Funds. Buyers not known to us who wish to write a check must provide a current letter of credit from their bank guaranteeing funds for that account. Credit arrangements must be made by the Friday prior to the day of auction so bank statements can be verified. We reserve the right to not issue a buyer?s number or to withhold merchandise if appropriate credit has not been established. We require wire transfers for international buyers in U. S. Funds. ALL SALES ARE FINAL and are sold as is, where is with all faults. Your signature on our Bid Form or acceptance of these terms through any online bidding platform constitutes permission to charge successful bids to credit cards if payment is not received within ten days of the auction. No Lot purchased will be released to the Buyer until the purchase price has been paid in full and the funds cleared in the Auctioneer's bank account. If payment is dishonored on a check for any reason, in addition to the face amount of the check, the drawer must immediately pay the Auctioneer the bad check return fee charged by its bank, plus a processing charge of thirty five dollars ($35.00). Should Seller have to institute collection action, the Buyer agrees to also pay Seller all costs of collection, including reasonable attorney?s fees of thirty-three and one third percent (33 1/3%), plus a finance charge of two percent (2%) PER MONTH (24 PERCENT PER ANNUM) from the date of the auction until the balance is paid in full. Purchased items not picked up from our auction facility within ten business days of the auction will be assessed a storage fee of $5.00 per day, per item. You authorize us to re-sell on your behalf any item not picked up within sixty calendar days. The costs of storage, plus any other costs directly related to the item, and an auctioneer?s commission of 20%, will be subtracted from the proceeds unless other arrangements have been made with JMA. The minimum charge will be $50. The net proceeds will be mailed to your address as stated herein in full and final settlement of our obligations to you. A Massachusetts State sales tax of six and one quarter percent (6.25%) will be added to the purchase price of all purchases by Massachusetts residents. On-site auctions will be subject to state tax. On site auctions state tax applies. A current sales tax exemption certificate, including sales tax exemption number, must be presented to the Auctioneer at the time of payment to avoid paying a sales tax. International buyers are responsible for tariffs, taxes, or assessments of shipped items to the buyer?s country. All sales are final with no refunds for any reason. PACKAGING AND SHIPPING PACKAGING, SHIPPING AND INSURANCE IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER, AND IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PURCHASE PRICE. WE DO NOT DO SHIPPING AND ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR LOSS DUE TO SHIPPING. It is the purchasers sole responsibility to identify and obtain any necessary export, import, firearm, endangered species or other permit for the lot .If you have a preferred shipper, we encourage you to use them. Once the buyer has chosen a preferred shipper and the item is picked up by them, John McInnis Auctioneers assumes no liability for the purchase. FOR OUR MASSACHUSETTS LOCATION: We recommend the following local parcel shippers: The UPS Store, Curtis or Linda, 380 Lafayette Road, Seabrook, NH 03874, 603-474-2420, fax, 603-474-2432, email, email@example.com. Other shippers include, for furniture, BUSH DEPENDABLE DELIVERY, Diane Bush, 941-951-2447, , NORTHWIND TRANSPORT, Wendy Buckus 603-491-5199, TOUCH OF GREY, Scott Hay, 207-380-5631 email: firstname.lastname@example.org, for Paintings and Fine art, Fine Art Express @ 617-547-1600, INTEGRITY MOVERS, Jim Frati, email@example.com 207-233-5545, TRUSTED DELIVERY SERVICE, Bryan Tuttle 561-213-501, firstname.lastname@example.org; Scott Cousins, East Coast Deliveries, 978-491-9353. SPECIAL SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ON SITE AUCTIONS: THERE ARE SEVERAL SHIPPING OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM IN OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS, OR YOU MAY CHOOSE YOUR OWN. ALL SHIPMENTS MUST BE PICKED UP BY THE TIME STATED ON OUR WEBSITE. SPECIFIC DETAILS WILL BE PROVIDED WITH YOUR INVOICE.ANY ITEMS LEFT AFTER THE REQUIRED PICK UP TIME WILL BE CHARGED A STORAGE FEE. Please note: Special exceptions will be made based on the auction and location. We are a boutique auction house and are very user friendly. If you are planning to purchase a number of pieces of furniture or other objects and you need to use our storage for an unusual period of time, we will work to accommodate your situation. Please call to discuss your needs. We understand shipping overseas etc. can take time. Our goal is to make your auction experience enjoyable and stress free. We recommend that the Buyer request a shipping quote from the above named companies prior to bidding. All Live Auctioneer purchases must arrange shipping for any item purchased within ten (10) business days. Any lot not removed from the gallery within this time will be deemed abandoned and be promptly disposed of or resold. Additional fees may apply. The Auctioneer will have no responsibility for any loss or damage resulting from Auctioneers staff carrying, handling or loading any item(s) for any person. If there is anything relevant to this auction that you do not understand, please call the Gallery at 978-388-0400 and the Auctioneer or a member of his staff will assist you. John McInnis Auctioneers wants your auction experience to be comfortable and successful. We are available Monday thru Friday 8:30-4:00 EST to answer any of your requests. You can also reach us at email@example.com. All photos and descriptions posted on the internet is the property of John McInnis Auctioneers and are subject to US copy write laws. No photo or description may be used without written approval by John McInnis Auctioneers. Use of these photos and descriptions may incur penalties. John McInnis Auctioneers is licensed in Massachusetts (#770), New Hampshire (#2182), Maine (AUC840) and Florida (AU2662). Our firm has been conducting auctions for over thirty years Subject to errors and omissions Additional Terms for Chandeliers and Sconces in The Henry Audesse Auction Lots *353a,353b,353c,353d,353e,353f,353g,353h,353i,353j,353k,353l,353m,353n,353o,353p,353q,353r,353s,353t and *353u. *The reason for the entirety bid is in the event the high bid on the Real Estate is confirmed by the Trustee, the buyer will have an opportunity to buy a certain group of lighting to keep with the house. Please note these terms are specific to a certain group of lighting connected in the house to be sold at auction. A Bid in the Entirety may be considered. The lots are listed in the last section of Day one in the Audesse Collection dealing with the last remaining lighting and chandelier lots listed in the catalog. Bidding on the lot numbers with an asterisk you agree to our terms set forth: Since we are offering the real estate to be sold, the Trustee reserves the right to offer the selected lighting still currently connected to the house as an entirety bid or the trustee will reserve the right to withdraw the selected lots of lighting (lots *353a thru *353u) designated with an asterisk in the catalog. Depending on the outcome of the bidding process and results of the real estate the trustee may take up to three business days to confirm your bid on the lighting if sold on an individual basis. Customers are encouraged to leave bids absentee or in attendance, however the Trustee may take up to three business days to determine if the bids have been accepted (subject to confirmation) on an individual basis or an entirety bid on only the lighting lots listed highlighted in the sale with an asterisk.