Buy & Bid

Click on the topics for more information about how to bid, pay and collect at the auction.

How does a timed online auction work?

A Timed online auction takes place entirely via the internet. You bid by automatic bidding. This means that you can enter a maximum bid for the relevant lot and the system will then bid for you until you are outbid. You can of course always increase your bid in the meantime. In case of two equal bids, the lot is awarded to the first bidder, but the other can always increase his bid.

The auctions are closed in stages. This means that 20 lots are closed every 5 minutes. When someone bids in the last 5 minutes, the auction of the relevant lot is extended to 5 minutes, so that the counterparty has enough time to make a higher bid.

ALL BIDS ARE BINDING AND CANNOT BE WITHDRAWN.

These are the increments:

20 100 5
100 200 10
200 1000 20
1000 2000 50
2000 5000 100
5000 10000 200
10000 50000 500
50000 - 1000

With every purchase, 30% premium and 1 Euro table money is charged on top of the hammer price.

Please note: resale rights may apply to some purchases.

 

Tag along right

Tag along right is a compensation paid by the purchaser of a work of art that applies to works of art by living artists and by artists who died less than 70 years ago. Resale right applies to artworks with a transaction value from € 3000, - including premium and table money, excluding VAT.

I.e. from a hammer price of € 2404, -.

The following rate system applies to the tag along right:

4% of the portion of the sale price up to and including € 50,000
plus 3% of the portion of the sale price from € 50,000.01 to € 200,000
plus 1% of the portion of the sale price from € 200,000.01 to € 350,000
plus 0.5% of the portion of the sale price from € 350,000.01 to € 500,000
plus 0.25% of the portion of the sale price above € 500.000

Payment and pick up of your purchases from the September 2022 Auction is possible from Thursday September 29 to Friday October 7, by appointment only.

The auction house is open Monday to Friday and Saturday October 1 from 10 am to 5 pm.

Please note: the auction house will be closed on Monday 3 October due to the celebration of Leids Ontzet.

  

Payments in the auction house

You can pay for your bill in cash or with a debit card. If you pay with a debit card, take your daily limit into account. You can change this (online) at your bank.

  

Payments by bank

You can transfer the money to the IBAN below, stating your bid number.

 

NL12 ABNA 0601 5117 00

ABNANL2A

DERDENGELDEN REGISTER VEILINGHUIS ONDER DE BOOMPJES

BARGELAAN 2, 2333 CT, LEIDEN, NETHERLANDS

 

If you want to pay from an account outside the SEPA region, you should contact us regarding additional bank charges. All additional bank charges are borne by the buyer.

 

Click here for an overview of the SEPA countries.

 

Payment with Paypal is possible on request. There will be a surcharge.

 

 Parking

There are two loading and unloading places in the Nieuwstraat. In the vicinity of the auction house are two supermarkets (Hoogvliet and AH) with parking garages and there is a large underground parking garage under the Garenmarkt.

You can have your purchases shipped (with the exception of furniture, large and / or heavy objects). If you would like to make use of this, please let us know by e-mail.

 

Protocol for sending parcels:

  • We mainly use Myparcel to ship packages.
  • Shipping costs consist of postage, packaging and transport costs.
  • We package carefully, using bubble wrap and other protective materials.
  • We ship all purchases registered and insured.
  • Insurance above 250 euros will gradually become slightly more expensive per 500 euros. You can insure up to a maximum of € 5,000 within the Netherlands.

 

Do you want to deviate from this and have something shipped without a signature or insurance, for example? Please let us know before we ship.

 

If you want to have the package shipped via another company, please note that we can also charge administrative costs in addition to the shipping costs.

 

When will my package be shipped via Myparcel?

  • After your request for shipment, you will receive an email with a new invoice. This can take a few days to to the the hustle and bustle surrounding the auction.
  • If after receiving the new invoice, you decide not to use our shipment service, please let us know so a.s.a.p.! 
  • If, after your confirmation and acceptance of the quotation, you still decide not to ship, we are forced to charge the packaging costs already incurred (the total shipping amount minus the costs of Myparcel).
  • After receipt of the payment, we will offer your package to Myparcel. 
  • When the package is offered to Myparcel, you will automatically receive an e-mail with the Track & Trace information.

 

Sending a package is the choice of the customer, with which Veilinghuis Onder de Boompjes is indemnified from liability for damage or loss that has arisen from the moment of presentation to Myparcel or another transport company.

 

Transport

For the shipment of furniture, large and / or heavy objects, please contact:

Rick Frangenheim Transport services

06-28141234

info@frangenheim.nl

 

If you want to make use of another transport service, you must make this known in advance by e-mail or by telephone. Please note that the carrier is responsible for packaging the goods.

On request we can send a condition report and / or extra photos of lots in our auction. These requests will be executed during the viewing days. You can send your request to info@onderdeboompjes.nl.

Conditions are indicated by a letter in the (online) catalog.

Condition Paintings, drawings, watercolors and graphics Glass and ceramics Furniture & other Gold, silver and jewelery
A Perfect condition or well restored Perfect condition Perfect condition or well restored Mint condition
B Not cleaned, minimal damage Flakes, scratches, signs of use, well restored Signs of use, minimal defects, small flaws Signs of use, minimal wear, defects and flaws
C Minor visible damage crack, hairline, minor chips / flaws Some restoration required before use Severe wear, defects and flaws
D Bad condition Bad condition Bad condition Bad condition

 

We would like to draw your attention to the following in connection with the conditions:

  • Damage to lists is not mentioned and is never included in the assessment and / or valuation.
  • For composite lots, the condition indication is determined on the basis of the average condition of the total.
  • No warranty is given on the operation of timepieces, technical and / or electrical devices.
  • A coding only provides an indication and can never give rise to the cancellation of the purchase. You must always assess the condition of objects yourself, this also applies to lots without coding.

 

Important information regarding paintings, watercolors, drawings and graphics.

With reference to Art. 2 of the General Auction Conditions, we would like to draw your attention to the following with regard to the paintings, watercolors, drawings and graphics:

First and last name of the painter with date of birth (and date of death): we guarantee that it is a work of this master.

Signed: This means that the signature of the said master appears on the work. However, this addition does not imply that it constitutes any guarantee as to the authenticity of the work in question.

Attributed to / Possibly: in the opinion of the auctioneer possibly a work by this artist, but no absolute certainty about this.

Environment: stylistic similarities with work by the artist mentioned and originating from his time.

 

Auction terms and abbreviations used

  • A.T.P. à tout prix. French for: against any reasonable offer
  • Krt. Carat related to gold
  • Ct. Carat related to gemstones
  • BWG Below legal content

 

1. The goods are sold straightaway, seen or not seen and are immediately after surcharge at the expense and risk of the buyer, at a premium of 30% of the purchase price.

2. Descriptions in the catalog and all information provided in writing or orally, are deemed to have been made to the best of the auctioneer's knowledge and can never give rise to recourse against the auctioneer, resp. the seller, or cited as a reason for the buyer to withdraw from his obligations to accept and pay for goods. Neither the seller nor the auctioneer are bound by any guarantee, by whatever name.

2a. Contrary to art. 2, the auctioneer is prepared to take back the auctioned gold and silver works (with the exception of gemstones), paintings, watercolors, drawings, bronze sculptures, if the first and last name is stated, against a simultaneous refund of the purchase price and premium, on the understanding that within a period of 10 days after the date of sale proves to the satisfaction of the auctioneer that the description provided is so incorrect that if the correct description had been known to the buyer at the time of the sale, he would have renounced the purchase or would have bought only at a significantly lower price.

2b. The auctioneer is not prepared to take it back if the description was provided orally during the auction. This willingness also lapses if and insofar as the buyer cannot return the auctioned item in the same condition as it was at the time of allotment.

3. Everyone is deemed to have bought for himself and is liable for payment of the purchase price, without being able to rely on an agent or a master.

4. The auctioneer reserves the following rights:

  • To refuse persons as bidder or purchaser without stating reasons.
  • Make changes to the order of sale at any time.
  • Add or cancel numbers.
  • Buy to combine or split.
  • Not awarding or holding on to purchase.
  • To claim full or partial payment immediately after the allocation of a purchase, in the event of refusal or impotence, the purchase in question will be immediately re-auctioned and the bid by the negligent bidder will not be accepted again.
  • Refresh goods if the buyer immediately refuses to disclose full name and address to the auctioneer.
  • Not to transfer goods from the original purchaser's account to that of another reflectant.
  • Submit bids on behalf of buyers or sellers.
  • Re-auction purchases over which a difference has arisen.

5. Payment must be made in euros, cash, by pin or by bank before the goods can be received.

6. No goods will be issued during the auction.

7. The goods can only be received after the end of each session and on presentation of a receipt. This is also possible daily between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

8. The goods must be paid for and collected no later than one week after the last auction day (with the exception of after sales purchases made after the auction week). If the goods are not paid and collected within this period, € 50 per day may be charged, regardless of the amount of the sales invoice.

After-sales purchases made after the end of the auction week must be paid and collected no later than one week after purchase. If the goods are not paid and collected within this period, € 50 per day may be charged, regardless of the amount of the sales invoice.

9. From buyers unknown to us, a hand money may be requested in the amount of 30% of the purchase amount.

10. The table money is 1 Euro per lot.

11. Everyone who participates in the auction must provide their full name, address and telephone number before the auction and be able to identify themselves, after which they will receive a bid number. If desired, this information can be returned after the auction. If not, they will be included in the customer database and will automatically receive an invitation to subsequent auctions.

12. The auctioneer does not guarantee the origin of the items sold. If these may originate from theft, the auctioneer does not accept any liability towards the buyer who is held liable by the original owner of the good to hand over the good.

13. Payment to the consignor of goods sold during the auction can only be made if these goods have been paid for by the buyer. Goods sent in are paid out from four weeks after the last auction day.

14. Nobody will be able to rely on unfamiliarity with these conditions.

Register

To participate in an auction as a bidder, you must register. The registration form is located in the top right corner of the green bar. Click on 'Login' and a login page will appear. Then click on "Create account". Fill in your details and don't forget to accept the terms. After successful registration you will receive an activation email. Activate your account and then you can bid and add lots to your favorites.

Account menu

The account menu is located in the top right corner of the green bar or at the bottom of the page if you are using a 'handheld' device (eg smartphone).

Bids and Favorites

Click on the "heart" in a description to add/or remove the relevant lot to your favourites. Click in the catalog menu on 'My lots' or on the 'heart' at the bottom of the page if you use a 'handheld' to see an overview of your favorites and bids. You can print this overview by pressing the print icon at the top right.

You can filter on “aftersales” in the menu bar . If you click on "buy" on the lot of your choice, you will see the requested price and below that the price incl. auction costs. Click on “buy” again to confirm the purchase. You will then receive an e-mail with an invoice and you can find the lot in your “Purchases”.