Make sure to read our Auction Conditions, as placing a bid on our auctions equals to the acceptance of the following terms:
All sales will be paid in Euro, VAT included in the purchase price and subject to the Spanish taxation on second hand items. According to European Union laws VAT tax cannot be detailed as all sales are made inside the Spanish territory.
There is no buyer's premium commission, and hammer price is final price. All items will be sent after receiving cleared payment via registered and insured mail if orders are higher than 20 €, and via regular mail if they don't reach this ammount.
The bid increment is always 1 € per bid, for any starting bid.
Example: if Bidder 1 offers 60 € for a lot priced at 25 €, his current bid will be 26 €. If no other bids are placed, he will be the winner of the auction, with a hammer price of 26 €. But if Bidder 2 offers 45 € for the same lot, it will be hammered at 46 € to Bidder 1, who was the highest one as he was offering 60 €. So hammer bid is allways the minimum one on the current price plus one.
The lots with a reserve price will be considered as with this reserve price reached when they receive a bid higher than this price. For example: if a lot has a reserve of 80 € and you offer 100 €, the bid will be set in 80 €. The bidder can overbid himself to try to reach the reserve price.
The lots will be sold to the highest bidder. If two are equal, the first placed one will have preference.
The description in the catalogue guarantees the condition and authenticity of any lot. If the piece has any undescribed fault it can be returned in the following 30 days after its reception.
All purchases can be paid using the following methods: Bank Transfer and PayPal.
If a shipping gets lost in the mail, we will refund it in full. Shipping costs will be as per the official Spanish Postal Service rates.