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How to take part in the auctions

Exposure before the auction

Each auction is preceded by an exhibition open to the public free of charge. The exhibition aims to allow all buyers to make a proper examination of the lots offered for sale and to verify all the qualities, such as authenticity, the state of conservation, the material, the origin, etc. .. The properties are sold in their current state. We therefore advise potential buyers to make sure of the state of conservation and the nature of the lots by taking them before the sale. The Vincent Auction House Experts will be pleased to provide on request information reports on the state of conservation of the lots for sale. (Vedi come)

Of person

To participate personally in the auction it is necessary to register and obtain the appropriate numbered pallet that is delivered to the registration desk by the staff of Casa d'Aste Vincent on the day of the auction following the completion of the appropriate form. Registration can be made immediately before the auction, in the days before and during the exhibition days.. (Vedi come)

Written or telephone commission

If you were unable to attend in person you can make written or telephone offers using the special form "Offer form" that must be received at the Auction House Vincent at least 5 hours before the start of the referral auction. In the event of a written offer, the Vincent Auction House will offer for your account and will re-raise for you against any other competitors up to the maximum price indicated on the form. In the case of a telephone offer, the Vincent Auction House will contact you with some lots before those for which you have asked for participation and will follow your directions regarding the subsequent raises

On-line pre-auction

Upon registration, by entering with username and password, it is possible to issue one or more individual bids on the lots or even one or more maximum bids.The maximum bid is a system of automatic bidding, to perform it the user must enter the maximum price he is willing to spend; this amount is not disclosed to the other bidders. (Vedi come)