NOT SOLD (BIDDING OVER)
0.00CAD+ applicable fees & taxes.
WAS NOT SOLD, auction date was 2004 Nov 27 @ 12:00UTC-8 : PST
Dimensions: 6.5 x 9.50
Good Condition - A sound item.
<strong>Please note that ALL ITEMS OFFERED IN THIS AUCTION ARE SOLD AS IS.</strong>
If you require additional information on this or any lot offered in our sale please send an e-mail to <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a> or call 1.800.463.1195 and we will try to honor your request. (All sizes are approximate).
<strong>Bidding with Ebay Live Auctions at West Coast Estates</strong>
Please ensure your computer is capable of using the Live Auction tool. Since the live auction proceeds at a rapid rate we encourage users to leave proxy bids prior to the auction. The final authority in all matters relating to the auction and bidding rests with West Coast Estates and the auctioneer conducting the sale. This applies to bid increments as the auctioneer may change increments at any point during a sale, all absentee bidding both online and with the bid clerk, retracting a bid, re-offering a lot at any point in the sale, or any other situation. Competing bids are often placed at the same increment and the auctioneer has sole discretion as to which bid is accepted during the sale. Although we will make every effort to honor bids from outside the salesroom, West Coast Estates assumes no responsibility for error or failure to execute bids placed on-line or otherwise.
The starting bid listed on eBay's Live Auctions for any lot is meant solely as a guide. The actual starting bid is determined by the auctioneer during the sale. It may be either above or below the amount shown on the lot. Please note that the some of the lots are offered with reserve prices, and that meeting the starting bid does not mean that you meet the reserve.
Rarely, an auctioneer re-opens the bidding for a previous lot or re-starts the bidding for a lot that is already on the block. We may be unable to reopen the lot due to the confines of the online tool and absentee bids may not register for re-offered or re-opened lots.
You must register separately for each West Coast Estates auction by contacting the auction house directly. This will allow West Coast Estates to approve your registration, and authorize you to place bids. Please ensure that you have completed the registration process at least 1 hour prior to commencement of the sale. Registration requests received after the start of the sale may not be processed.
If you are the successful high bidder, West Coast Estates will send you a copy of your invoice via e-mail including shipping quote within 10-15 business days after the sale, (provided all your shipping information is on file, and your item does not require special shipping services).
Full Payment is due within 20 business days after the sale. In addition to the high bid (hammer price), the charges include:
- Buyer's Premium: A buyer's premium of 20% will be added to the successful bid price and is payable by the purchaser as part of the total purchase price.
- Applicable Taxes: Sales tax may be due, depending upon the location of pickup or delivery of the property. For More information please contact <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>
- Packing & Shipping: Any packing, shipping and insurance charges remain the responsibility of the buyer.
- West Coast Estates will accept: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Personal or Business Checks, International Money Orders & Wire Transfers as well as Paypal payments in Canadian Dollars. Note that when paying by personal or business check your items may not be picked up or shipped until the check clears the banking process.
<strong>Please note</strong>: All credit card transactions will appear as “Seahawk Auctions” on your credit card statement. (Our Native Art Division) All transactions will be processed in Canadian Dollars, your credit card company is responsible for the currency conversion process and provide a detailed summary on your credit card statement.
<strong>Packing & Shipping</strong>
After the auction is over, successful purchasers should have contacted West Coast Estates to confirm all shipping arrangements/preferences by the tenth (10th) day following the sale.
Should wish to pick up your item(s) at our warehouse please call or e-mail in advance so that we may remove them from our warehouse and have them available at our offices located at 303 West Pender Street, Vancouver, BC CANADA.
<strong>Any buyer who has not established contact within (15) days after the sale may be subject to a negative feedback rating or NPB warning.</strong>
West Coast Estates, after the sale will automatically, at their discretion forward all items to their in-house shipping department and pack all items to be shipped. All successful bidders will be sent invoices including shipping quotes by E-mail for shipping via DHL. Insurance will be obtained through DHL for damage and loss.
For larger, fragile or extremely valuable items (over $5,000.00 CDN) professional packing/crating services are available. Please note that should you require damage insurance for extremely large, valuable or fragile items, your items must be packed and/or crated by a third-party professional packer, please contact West Coast Estates for a list of recommended professionals. You may contact West Coast Estates for a quote and/or additional information: <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>.
<span style="color:#cc0000">PLEASE NOTE: Shipping for large, heavy, fragile and/or highly valuable items can be expensive. West Coast Estates encourages you to contact them for a packing and shipping quote before bidding on such items which may require crating or special attention in order for them to arrive safely to you.</span>
While every effort is made to provide the most reasonable packing and shipping costs to buyers. Buyers may also arrange the pick-up, packing and shipping of any item with a third party carrier of their choice.
<span style="font-weight:bold; text-decoration:underline">ALL packing, shipping & insurance charges will be the at the buyer’s expense in addition to the 20% buyers premium.</span>
PLEASE NOTE: Works purchased may be subject to the Cultural Property Import and Export Act of Canada, and or the Canadian Fish & US Fish and Wildlife Service, and in that, compliance is the sole responsibility of the buyer. West Coast Estates may assist you in obtaining access to all relevant parties and permits required.
<span style="color:#cc0000; font-weight:bold">Please note that any items containing ivory cannot be exported out of Canada unless certified to be over by a third party to be over 100 years old. Please do not bid on Ivory if you live outside of Canada.</span>