RING 59 AUCTION RULES
Registration 7:00pm Auction starts at 7:30pm
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
The auction will include...
Live Auction - We will run the live auction, for more than 40 items/lots, from approximately 7:15 - 9:00 sharp. We need to settle all accounts and vacate the library by 9:30 pm.
Mark your calendar for what promises to be a very special auction!
IBM Ring 59 Auction Rules
· All guests, sellers and buyers, will be charged an admission of $2.00.
· Please arrive arrive at least ½ hour before the auction starts to register and be assigned a number.
· Sellers using a list to track their items, should provide 2 identical copies of the list to the auction staff.
· Books and merchandise must be related to the field of magic.
· No individual item or group of items valued under $10 retail will go up for auction.
· There will be no hidden minimum bids and no bids under $1 increments.
· Absolutely no “pirated” materials of any kind will be auctioned off. Determination of authenticity is at the discretion of the auctioneer.
· Items missing instructions, parts or in non-working condition must be identified when offered for sale. A sale may be invalidated for lack of disclosure.
· The order of selling shall be determined by the auctioneer in consultation with the Ring officers.
· No one will pay for merchandise before the auction is over, except in a case of extreme emergency. Please expect to stay until the end of the auction, which usually lasts 2 to 3 hours.
After the Auction:
· Cash-paying buyers will pay for their items before check-paying buyers. Please bring cash (especially singles). After the monies are taken in, the sellers shall receive their payments.
· Ring 59 charges a 10% commission on all items sold. The commission going to the Ring treasury. All sales are final.
Disclaimer: Neither the members of Ring 59 nor the auctioneer shall be held responsible for any accidents or injuries caused by any items sold. Neither shall they be liable for deficiencies of items sold. All complaints regarding quality or serviceability of purchased items should be taken up with the seller (person who offered them for auction).