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1819 Bristol - 1904 Coastal scene Oil on cardboard; H 25.5 cm, W 46.5 cm; signed lower right ''E Hayes ARHA 59''
Edwin Hayes 1819 Bristol - 1904 Wuchs in Dublin auf, wo er an der Dublin Society Art School studierte; stellte 1842 bei der Royal Hibernian Academy aus; später in London, wo er bei der Royal Academy of Arts und am Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours ausstellte, dessen Mitglied er 1863 wurde. Coastal scene Öl auf Malpappe; H 25,5 cm, B 46,5 cm; signiert u. r. ''E Hayes ARHA 59''
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2. The Auctioneer reserves the right to combine or to separate Lot-numbers and under special conditions to present or to withdraw out of order.
3. All lots put up for auction can be viewed and inspected before the auction. The items are used and are in an age appropriate "damaged" state. Damage and value-reducing conditions are specified as follows: rest = the object is in a restored state; dam = the object is in a damaged condition; doubl = the image carrier is mounted on a second image carrier. Age-related damage, respectively changes, eg. as desiccation of the medium or alteration due to light, are not specified and are to be understood as a normal state. Cleaning and minor repairs, however, serve the preservation and are not value-reducing changes. It is generally only issued an opinion regarding the object and no feature is promised. Oral statements are invalid and require written confirmation. The private stakeholders are invited to appoint a local restorer with the assessment of the object, if you can not convince yourself of the condition of the property during the visit in person. Telephone and written absentee bidders may obtain a state description, if the bid request is present no later than 24 hours before the start of the auction. Requests received later can therefor be rejected. The catalogue descriptions are not guarantees in the meaning of law. Items are used and sold as is. The buyer can not claim for defects if the auctioneer has fulfilled his duty of care. With graphics and edition objects, the artist is mentioned as the creator of the original. Details of annual figures refer to the time of design and not to the time of execution, which may have been made by a publisher or edition. Temporal information such as "painters of the 18th century" do not relate strictly to historical time, but can inter alia be classified as the author's understanding in the context of the confines of this century in painting, handwriting or content. The auctioneer is committed to assert its warranty claims against the consignor in case of complaints within the statutory limitation period of 12 months. In the event of a successful claim, the auctioneer will refund only the purchase price and buyer's premium. If it comes to the redemption of an object, the buyer must provide the object at its own cost and risk. After that, the refund of the purchase price and buyer's premium is done.
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7. Only natural persons are entitled to bid. Personally participating bidders in the auction will have to pay - in the case of successful bidding - the final price immediately following the acceptance to the Auction House Peter Karbstein cash in Euros. The payment of a foreign acquirer who bids in writing or has been represented by proxies, does not apply as late within 10 days after billing.
8. Should the buyer not comply with its obligations, the auctioneer has the right to terminate the purchase agreement unilaterally and without warning. In the case of late payment, an interest at the rate of 1% per month or part month will be charged. Cheques are accepted only after unconditional bank credit has been received. The Auction House Peter Karbstein may choose between fulfillment of contract or claim for time limit damages in case of default for failure to comply. The damages can also be calculated in this case, so that the matter will be auctioned again and the defaulting buyer shall be liable for a deficiency in the proceeds from the previous auction and for the cost of the repeated auction including the surcharge.
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10. Severability applies. German law applies; the provisions of the uniform (international) Sale of Goods shall not apply.
11. Every bidder bids for himself. Customers, who want to bid on behalf of a third person, must obtain the auctioneer's written consent within 24 hours before the auction. In the late payment they are personally liable for all damages to the auctioneer incurred, even if the invoice is drawn on their respective clients. By placing a bid or placing a written order, the buyer accepts the above conditions. They apply mutatis mutandis to the later freehand acquisition of auctioned objects.
12. In written bids the bidder commissions the auctioneer to bid for him. In a telephone bid in the auction room the telephone operator is instructed to submit bids according to the instructions of the telephone bidder. Telephone bidding requires a written agreement with the company Karbstein. The minimum bid price for the telephone bidder is 80% of the lower estimate. The telephone bidder sends a fax to the company Karbstein in which he writes his phone number and enters his bid. He is then called during the auction. However, the company Karbstein and telephone operators do not assume any liability and can not give any guarantee regarding the design or error-free performance of telephone and/ or written bids. The subsequent sale is part of the auction in which the prospective buyer may bid a certain amount via telephone or written bid. In the above cases, the provisions on distance contracts [§§ 312b) to 312) BGB] shall not apply.
13. Storage costs for auction items are collected from 2nd of November 2022, in an amount of 1.50 Euros per day.
14. The estimated prices in Euros shown in the catalogue are no limits, but are primarily used as benchmarks in the amount we expect. The call is usually 20% lower than the lower estimate. The individual condition of the property is considered in the estimates. Differences regarding the colour of the catalogue pictures may occur. Paintings and drawings are generally measured without frame and legally sold without a frame. The frame is legally a free extra, the auctioneer is not responsible for the condition of the frame. The details of the annual figures for works of art with a print run such as sculptures or prints, indicate the year of design and not the execution. Artist details in works of art in an edition are related to the intellectual copyright of the model or design. The art works of an edition can be created after the artist's death.
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Auctioneer PETER KARBSTEIN
Auction House will help arrange shipment, at buyer's expense.
The purchase price plus a premium of 25% is to pay to the auctioneer, plus 19% VAT, the live fee of 3% is included in the buyer's premium.
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