The collecting license is granted by the responsible authority upon request (the competence is regulated differently by each federal state).According to the commentary of the law, the issuance of a license can only be denied by the responsible authority if there are serious reasons. Schwarz lackierte Scheide mit vernickelten Beschlägen. Catalogue descriptions are made as conscientiously as possible, nevertheless, no statement shall be deemed as a warranty. Any overpayment will be credited towards future purchases or refunded upon request.
All consignments are made at the buyer’s risk and expense.
In case of shipping damage or loss, it is the buyer’s obligation to file claim with the post office or shipping agents.
This regulation concerns a multitude of items depending on their age and value, like for example archaeological objects over 100 years old of all price levels.
Other items like single pieces from zoological, botanical, mineralogical, anatomical collections are subject to less severe conditions.
The duration of this procedure can take up to 6 months. Orders and medals of the Federal Republic of Germany and of all federal states in Germany, as well as their miniature decorations, ribbons and rosettes can only be sold to authorized persons according to art. 3 of the German titles, medals and decorations law (Orden G).
Authorized persons are the recipients of the award or persons who own a collecting license.Order bids from foreign and overseas countries should indicate how the successfully bidded items are to be sent (for example: by air mail etc.). On the fall of the hammer, a lot goes to the highest bidder. The successful bidder is obligated to take and pay for the lot. A buyer acting as agent for a third party may be held responsible, as well as the third party, in whose name the invoice is made out. It is understood that invoices issued during or immediately after the auction are subject to confirmation and may subsequently require correction. No lot may be claimed until the respective invoice has been paid in full.However, the auctioneer may refuse any bid submitted either in person or by mail, if said bidder is unknown to him, does not have a satisfactory reference or has not made a sufficient deposit prior to the auction. From then on, he bears all risks, however, until full payment, the lot remains the property of Hermann Historica o HG. Should the buyer fail to fulfill his payment obligations within 2 weeks after invoice date, he ist automatically in default and as a consequence, the invoice amount rises by 2 %, plus possible reminder and/or collection charges and interest of 1 % per month. Zustand: II Aufrufpreis: 1.000 Conditions of Sale: The following is an abridged translation of the German version (please visit our website), which alone has legal force.The best way to assure obtaining a particular lot is by establishing a maximum price limit. Foreign customers bidding by mail must pay within 10 days after receipt of our invoice.The buyer, however, has the right to demonstrate that Hermann Historica o HG has suffered damage to a lesser value than the said forty per cent of the hammer price, or no damage at all.