534 :: Bert Jansch - Neve 8816 Summing Mixer rack unit, Model Type AM5343, made in England, ser. no. 42014-1-10 *Formerly owned by Scottish folk musician Bert Jansch and used in his studio on later album recordings
Sold For: £1500.00
There are 4 methods in which you can join in with any auction:
1. In the room
Get involved in the auction atmosphere and bid in person at the saleroom. (Currently subject to Covid guidance)
2. Commission bid
Leave a bid with us. The auctioneer will bid on your behalf and will endeavour to purchase the lot as cheaply as possible. If identical bids are submitted, the person who bid first will take precedence. This can be done through the following link. Register Here to Send Us Your Bids
3. Phone Bid
A member of staff will call in good time before your lot comes up. This service is limited to lots estimated £500 and above and is offered at the auctioneers discretion. Please contact the office to book your line at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment.
4. Internet Bidding ‘Live’
GH Live is our own online bidding platform.
It offers a host of other exciting features including, ‘automated bids’, sale alert updates and personal watch lists with bid history all in one place.
Register here and once your account has been created you will be able to login and register to bid in any of our specialist auctions.
When leaving an 'Autobid' it is recommended to use the (+1) feature, the system will then bid one more increment if the bidding is against you.
Full bidding information can be found at https://www.guitar-auctions.co.uk/buying
Sale Date: 9th December 2021
Sale Name: Day Two - Artist Associated Guitars & Memorabilia (including The Alarm collection), Guitar Amplification, Effects, Spares & Audio Equipment
All winning bidders are responsible for arranging collection or shipment of lots post sale. Bidders should investigate potential shipping costs before submitting any kind of bid. This particularly applies to non UK buyers. We are happy to offer advice where possible.
CITES: Non UK buyers should be aware of any CITES import / export implications before placing a bid and when arranging shipping. This will apply to all guitars made with an Appendix 1 listed species, for example, Brazilian rosewood. This affects all guitars that are listed as being sold with a CITES A10 certificate. Additional paperwork is required to allow export out of the UK. Please note that a CITES A10 certificate is an internal UK document that allows the commercial sale of an Appendix 1 species. A separate document must be applied for to allow for exportation outside of the UK.
Part & Parcel UK
For buyers that do not wish to collect from our saleroom in person, our shipping partners Part and Parcel UK handle collection, packing and delivery of all lots post sale. Part & Parcel have provided us with prices for shipping guitars within the UK.
UK Mainland – Guitar: £45 plus VAT / Bass: £55 plus VAT
Prices include collection, packing and fully tracked shipping.
Part and Parcel will also collect and deliver all other items, including amplification, memorabilia, effects units, spares and audio equipment. Please contact Part and Parcel directly for a quote.
For further information and for non UK shipping please contact Part & Parcel direct.
The Buyer’s Premium
Buyer’s Premium on the hammer price of all lots is 22% + VAT (26.5% inclusive of VAT)
The Sale and Viewing
The auction will be a live broadcast online auction only via our own bidding platform 'GH Live'.
The auction will become live on the sale day at 10am where you will be able to watch the auctioneer and bid live.
Telephone bidding may be possible on lots estimated over £300, or Absentee Bids may also be left with the auctioneer.
Whilst known imperfections have been stated, all lots are strictly sold as seen as per our terms and conditions. Comments on condition and originality in descriptions are our opinion only and should not be taken as fact. See terms and conditions below for further information.
Electrical goods sold by Gardiner Houlgate have passed a PAT safety inspection, however due to the nature of such goods, whilst known imperfections have been stated, all lots are sold as seen. Please do not assume that electrical items such as amplification, effects and audio are fully working
Public viewing will be available by appointment only during the sale week.
CONDITION REPORTS & FURTHER IMAGES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. We encourage all buyers to request a condition report before placing any kind of bid. Video viewing appointments may also be possible with one of our specialists.
PAYMENT FOR ALL LOTS MUST BE MADE WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE SALE
COLLECTION, POSTAGE & SHIPPING
All winning bidders are responsible for arranging collection or shipment of lots post sale. Bidders should investigate potential shipping costs before submitting any kind of bid. This particularly applies to non-UK buyers. We are happy to offer advice where possible.
All packing and shipping is carried out by our partners Part and Parcel UK. They can be contacted directly for a quote - https://www.partandparceluk.co.uk/
For smaller items, we may be able to offer shipping in house.
CITES: Non-UK buyers should be aware of any CITES import / export implications before placing a bid and when arranging shipping. This will apply to all guitars made with an Appendix 1 listed species, for example, Brazilian rosewood. This affects all guitars that are listed as being sold with a CITES A10 certificate. Additional paperwork is required to allow export out of the UK. Please note that a CITES A10 certificate is an internal UK document that allows the commercial sale of an Appendix 1 species. A separate document must be applied for to allow for exportation outside of the UK.
Internet Conditions of Sale - Buyer's Terms & Conditions of Sale
The Auctioneer acts only as agent for the Seller (unless otherwise specifically declared). Lots sold are likely to have been subject to wear and tear caused by user or the effects of age and may therefore have faults and imperfections. Buyers are given ample opportunity at viewing times to examine lots to be sold and will be assumed to have done so. They must rely solely on their own skill or judgement as to whether lots are fit for any particular purpose.
All bids made shall be treated as offers made upon these Conditions of Sale and all persons present are admitted to a sale on the basis that they have notice of these Conditions.
Internet Bidding Surcharge
Online bidding is available via Gardiner Houlgate Live bidding at www.gardinerhoulgate.co.uk. An Internet surcharge of 2.5% plus VAT will be levied on all items purchased via Gardiner Houlgate Live
Upon successful registration for an auction, there is a £1 authorisation charge, which will be shown in the registrant's bank account as a ’Pending’ charge before the charge drops off in a couple of days
2. Ascertainment of the Buyer
The Buyer shall be the person making the highest bid which is acceptable to the Auctioneer as signified by the fall of the hammer. No bid may be retracted. In the case of a dispute the Auctioneer may either declare the purchaser or put the lot up again.
3. Auctioneer's discretion
The Auctioneer has sole discretion, (a) to refuse any bid, (b) to advance the bidding as he may decide, (c) to withdraw or divide any lot or combine one lot with another or others, (d) to exclude any person from the auction rooms, and (e) to require pre-payment in full.
4. Reserves and Seller's right to bid
Lots put up for sale are subject, (a) to any reserve price imposed by the Seller, (b) the right of the Auctioneer to bid on behalf of the Seller, and (c) where no reserve has been imposed (but in no other case) for the Seller to bid personally or through any one agent. It is the responsibility of the Seller to ensure any reserves are received by the Auctioneer.
5. Buyer's duties
The Buyer shall forthwith or as soon as possible after the sale, (a) supply his name and address, (b) supply, if so required, bank or other suitable references, (c) pay the full purchase price in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer, notwithstanding any prior arrangement for advance payment required by the Auctioneer, and (d) on proof of payment clear the lots purchased by the times specified. Lots may not be cleared during the sale except by permission of the Auctioneer.
6. Liability of the auctioneer and Sellers
Subject to Condition 8: (a) faults and imperfections (if any) are not stated in the catalogue and neither the Seller nor the Auctioneer is responsible for any defects whatsoever, (b) no warranty is given or authorised to be given by the Seller or the Auctioneer with regard to any lot other than the Seller's right to sell it, (c) any express or implied conditions or warranties relating to description or quality, are hereby excluded.
7. Catalogue descriptions
Descriptive statements contained in the advertisements or catalogues or made up by the Auctioneer or any member of his staff should be taken as matters of opinion only, and shall not be taken as statement of fact.
Notwithstanding Conditions 6 and 7, if the Auctioneer receives notice in writing from the Buyer WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE SALE that in his opinion a lot is a forgery (as defined in Condition 12) and on giving such notification the lot in question is returned to the Auctioneer at his working premises in the same condition as when bought, then if on considering such evidence as the Buyer supplies to prove his assertion, the Auctioneer decides that the lot is a forgery the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the purchase price repaid to the Buyer.
9. Property in lots and risk
The Buyer shall not become the owner of any lot, and the Auctioneer shall have a lien thereon, until the Buyer has discharged the purchase price in full together with any other charges due, but after the fall of the hammer the risk of damage or loss shall nevertheless be the Buyer's.
10. The Premium
The Buyer shall pay to the Auctioneer a premium of 22% of the hammer price together with VAT on such premium.
11. Default by Buyer
If the Buyer fails to make payment in a way acceptable to the Auctioneer or to remove any lot or lots bought by him within 7 days of the auction or in any other material respect fail to comply with these conditions, the Auctioneer shall have the right, (a) to resell the lot or lots by public auction or otherwise without notice to the Buyer, and if any deficiency arises on such resale, after deducting the Auctioneer's full costs and expenses, the Buyer shall be responsible to the Auctioneer therefore (but any net surplus to be the Seller's) or, alternatively, (b) to store the lot at the Auctioneer's premises or elsewhere and to release the lot to the Buyer only after payment in full of the purchase price together with any other charges due. The Auctioneer reserves the right to charge storage of 50p per lot per day on any lot or lots uncleared by the time specified together with any removal expenses. In addition, interest will be charged at 2.5% per month or part thereof (34.4% APR) on any accounts that remain unpaid in part or full 1 week after the sale. Interest and storage will be charged from the date of sale. In addition, the Buyer shall be liable for all legal and court costs incurred by the Auctioneers in pursuit of payment from the Buyer. The Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any cheques and will not release lots purchased until evidence has been received that any cheque accepted has been cleared.
12. Definitions and interpretation
In these conditions: (a) Reference to the 'the Auctioneer' shall be taken to mean the firm of Gardiner Houlgate or any director, partner or employee thereof at the time of sale; (b) Buyers shall be deemed to be the principals unless to the prior knowledge of the Auctioneer they are acting as agent on behalf of a named principal; (c) 'Forgery' means a lot (i) which is so constituted as deliberately to deceive when considered in the light of its catalogue description, and (ii) whose value as such is materially less that if it had complied with the catalogue description; (d) The Interpretation Act 1978 shall apply to the general construction of terms and expressions used in these Conditions as if contained in a statute.
13. What is Temporary Importation?
Temporary Importation is a system that applies to lots which have been imported for sale from outside the EU. It allows the point of importation to be delayed until after the sale at auction.
These lots are indicated in catalogues by the use of the following symbol *
Only the Hammer Price will be treated as the import price and the Buyer’s Premium will be subject to UK domestic VAT at 20%. So whilst the Hammer Price will continue to be charged with Import VAT at 5% or 20” as appropriate, the Buyer’s Premium will always be charged with domestic VAT at 20%
Lots subject to Temporary Importation will be offered under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme and will be subject to import VAT of either 5% or 20% on the buyer’s Premium. Anyone who wishes to buy outside the Margin Scheme should notify us immediately. An invoice under the normal VAT rules and charging VAT at 20% on both Hammer and Premium will then be issued
Temporary Importation should affect only private individual buyers who are resident within the EU. Anyone who is registered for VAT in the EU should be able to recover the VAT on the Buyer’s Premium either on their VAT returns or through the 8th Directive Refund Scheme. Any non-EU buyer who exports the lots from the EU will be able to have the VAT refunded provided the appropriate export regulations are complied with
14. Property sold with a * Symbol
These items have been imported from outside the EU to be sold at auction under temporary importation. When Gardiner Houlgate releases such property to buyers in the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay Gardiner Houlgate import VAT at 5% on the Hammer Price
These lots will be invoiced under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme. Gardiner Houlgate must bear VAT on the Buyer’s Premium and hence charge an amount in lieu of VAT at 20% on this Premium. This amount will form part of the Buyer’s Premium on our invoice and will not be separately identified
VAT registered buyers from the EU should note that the import VAT charged on property released in the UK cannot be cancelled or refunded by Gardiner Houlgate
VAT registered buyers from the UK should note that the invoice issued by Gardiner Houlgate for these items is not suitable evidence in respect of import VAT
VAT registered buyers from the EU countries may be able to seek repayment of the import VAT paid by applying to HM Revenue and Customs. On request, immediately after the sale, the office can either ask HM Revenue and Customs to generate a C79 certificate (for UK buyers), or obtain a copy of the import C88 (for other EU VAT registered buyers), which may be used to claim recovery of the VAT. Otherwise Gardiner Houlgate may re-invoice the lot and charge VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Premium and provide a tax invoice to the buyer
15. CITES Restrictions
As of 2 January 2017, new laws came into effect to control the import and export of all items made with rosewood. Any lots containing any amount of rosewood will therefore be subject to restrictions when exporting outside of the EU. It will be the buyer’s responsibility to make sure that the relevant paperwork is in place before shipping
Some lots are sold with CITES article 10 certificates, allowing the commercial use of an item containing an endangered species. Lots subject to this are marked in the catalogue
Many gemstones have been treated in various ways to enhance their appearance. For example, sapphires and rubies are routinely heat treated and emerald treated with oils and resins. Some stones may require re-treating or oiling periodically. Enhancement affects market value and all Gardiner Houlgate estimates assume that gemstones may have been enhanced, in any case all lots are sold as seen and purchasers are deemed to have satisfied themselves as to condition and any possibly treatment of stones
17. Artists Resale Rights (or Droit de Suite)
On certain lots in the catalogue and which are sold for a hammer price of 1000 Euros or greater (converted into the currency of the sale using The Design and Artists Copyright Society threshold calculator on the date of the Sale) the Additional Premium will be the percentage of the amount of the Hammer Price calculated as follows:
0-50,000 Euros 4%
50,000.01 to 200,000 3%
200,000.01 to 350,000 1%
350,000.01 to 500,000 0.5%
Exceeding 500,000 0.25%
18. Law and Jurisdiction
These Conditions of sale are subject to English law, which shall apply to their construction as well as their effect. The Seller and Buyer agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts
19. Payment Details
We are pleased to accept payment by the following methods: debit cards, credit cards (see below), cash to a maximum of £8500, Building Society cheque or Bankers Draft
Cheques will be accepted when supported by a guarantee card up to the limit of the card and at the discretion of the auctioneers, unless arrangements have been made with us prior to the auction. Payment direct to bank is also accepted, please contact the office for details
Card payments - we are no longer able to accept payments by credit or debit cards for 'customer not present' transactions over the telephone. Card payments are still accepted at the saleroom and must be supported by 'chip and pin', under no circumstances will this method be bypassed. Card payments via Gardiner Houlgate Live will only be accepted if they have been AVS (addressed matched) and 3D Secure via Sage Pay, with a maximum transaction value of £500. All payments at the discretion of the auctioneer.
Release of Goods
Payment and clearance should be made within 7 days after the sale. Goods will not be released until full payment has been received and a paid invoice produced. All funds paid direct to bank will be checked for clearance. For clients arranging courier or third party collection – written instruction must be received from the purchaser; identification will be requested from the courier and vehicle details will be taken, unless known to us. For security purposes our premises are monitored with 24 hour CCTV