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D'oyly John (1906 - 1993)

Lot 106: Cecil Rochfort D'Oyly John 1906 - 1993 (British School)

McKenzies Auctioneers

October 17, 2017
Claremont, Australia

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Cecil Rochfort D'Oyly John 1906 - 1993 (British School) Vieux Ville, Cannes Oil on canvas Signed lower right 44.5 x 64.5 cm

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5. Subject to any reserve price, the highest bidder shall be the purchaser. However, should there be a dispute the auctioneer reserves the right to re-auction the lot.

6. Subject to condition 7, sales cannot be cancelled for any reason.

7. However, if within 14 days of this sale the buyer returns the lot in the same condition as it was purchased and also tenders a written opinion from a competent expert acceptable to the auctioneer that the lot is a forgery, then the purchase price will be refunded.

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8. A defaulting purchaser shall be responsible for all costs attached to any resale.

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19. Purchasers are required to pay in full and remove their lot within 2 days (not working days) of this sale. The buyer acquires title for the lot upon the auctioneer receiving full cleared funds.

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• The full first name or names and the surname of the artist: in our opinion a work by the artist.
• Works denoted " * " are usually reserved for overseas works. Clause "5" of these conditions is voided for works so denoted. This is because the auctioneer is not qualified to express any opinion regarding such works, due to their foreign nature.
• Works in the "Manner of", "school of", or "After" another artists work, or bearing a non genuine signature will be described as such within the catalogue entry.

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