Please read the following terms and conditions before proceeding to the auction.
1. This is a minimum bid Absentee Auction, all bids will be handled as if you were present at the Auction, you can submit your bids by telephone, email or by post using the bidding form enclosed. The Auction will be conducted under the terms and conditions of the New Zealand Auctioneers Association and the also under the terms below.
Download the absentee bidding form here.
The following scenario is how our absentee system works:
Suppose you wish to bid on lot 123 and advise us your bid of $300 on this lot. At the same time another collector who also desires lot 123 bids $200, then we will post the high bid at $220. This will be your bid, i.e. 10% higher than the other bid of $200. If no other bids are received on lot 123 then you will be the successful bidder at $220 not the $300 you were prepared to pay.
The highest bidder shall be determined by Kiwi Auctions, in the case of any disputes Kiwi Auctions shall have the final discretion in determining the successful purchaser.
At no time will Kiwi Auctions or its agents divulge the amount of the maximum bid we have received that may be higher than the current posted high bid.
The following are how each bid will be raised:
Simply a 10% increment on the bid received below your bid, or in the case of you being the only bidder on a lot then your bid will be successful at the reserve price.
4. Call Back Service;
5. Closing the Auction:
7. Terms: After the sale we PACK all successful purchases and THEN WE WILL NOTIFY YOU of the total cost including POSTAGE & PACKAGING. Because this sale is totally absentee we ask for your patience for approx. 14 days.
8. Buyers Premium:
9. Prices realised:
Late payment will incur additional charges.
Payment by Visa or MasterCard will incur a 3% surcharge to cover bank costs.
11. Foreign Exchange:
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