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"Art of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest" "Breaking Cover" - Bobwhite Quail (pen and ink 12 x 21 Drawing Time - 587 hours) Limited Edition Print Signed and numbered 193/650 Below: Note from Artist This scene gives you a ground level view of flushing quail. A covey will often hold until you are right on top of them and then burst up in all directions. I've talked to people who've actually had them fly right into their chest! That would wake you up in a hurry. Some drawings have their own surprises that you just don't realize until they are finished. I really noticed that about the natural camouflage of these Bobwhites. Quail rely heavily on being able to hide in brushy cover and this piece shows how the feather shapes and patterns blend in well with the patterns of the bark and leaves. Imagine how tough it would be to find these little fellows if you were a fox or a weasel. Nature can be so clever. "Breaking Cover" was one of the most difficult and complex drawings I have done and won several Best of Show awards. It is available as a signed and numbered limited edition of 650 prints.
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Arlington, TX, US
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Auctioneer reserves the right to resell any items not fully settled on the sale date in accordance with paragraph 3 above and/or any property deemed abandoned to auctioneer as described in paragraph 7 above, such items may be resold without notice to bidder or principal, and bidder and principal shall be responsible to auctioneer and collection and for any damages of any nature whatsoever to auctioneer and/or seller resulting from such resale, such expenses and damages shall include, but not limited to, commission of 12% and any deficiency arising between the amount of the initial sale price and the net amount brought upon such resale, auctioneer may, at his sole option, elect to retain all monies deposited in part payment as liquidated damages and otherwise cancel bidder's or principal's contract of purchase.
Auctioneer may, at any time and at his sole discretion, without notice or liability to bidder or principal, withdraw or cancel the sale of any lot, or offer any lots in groups or with special terms. Auctioneer reserves the right to accept or reject any bid which is merely a fractional advance over the preceding bid.
All necessary documents of sale, if available, will be delivered to the bidder or principal upon payment in full of the purchase price in currently collectible funds. In the case of payment by check, any titles, bills of sale and other documents of sale will be mailed to bidder or principal within 20 business days of satisfactory collection of such funds. Acceptability of titles and documents of sale are subject to the making available of same to auctioneer by seller. Titles and documents of sale provided will be prepared to be effective only in the state in which the auction is being conducted, in the event auctioneer, for any reason whatsoever, is unable to make available, to effect delivery, or to obtain the necessary documentation required to obtain clear title to such item, whether before or after delivery of any item, or in the event bidder or principal is unable to obtain possession of any item purchased within a reasonable time of the auction, auctioneer's sole liability, if any, shall be the return of any monies paid on such item upon return of the item in question. Any item which shall have been delivered, shall be returned or surrendered to auctioneer if, within auctioneer's sole discretion, auctioneer shall make such demand for return.
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Unless stated otherwise, Firearms are brand new, still in the manufacturers box. We open each box to insure the correct firearm is inside the box.
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If you are paying for a firearm at our office, payment may be made by cash as well as the other methods. There is $29.00 per firearm FFL charge if you pick up the firearm from our office. Deliveries made at our office are by appointment only.
Auction House will help arrange shipment, at buyer's expense.
Sales tax will be applied to Texas buyers in a non-profit fund raising auction.
There are three parts to the buyers premium. By contract we are required to charge the same amount for all internet bidder portals. The highest of these charges is five percent. Our base buyers premium is ten percent. The two combined is fifteen percent. As a result of selling guns, we pass through in the form of an additional buyers premium the credit card gun buyers charge.