A bid order form is on line : you just have to fill it and send it back to us with the required documents. We bid for you by gradual stages up to your limit. BESCH CANNES AUCTION cannot be liable for having missed an order by mistake or for any other reason. If you cannot fill in the form, we accept written orders by mail or by post with an identity card or passport and bank references.
We regularly collaborate with Drouot.com and Interencheres.com. The websites on which the auctions are live are automatically mentioned in our catalogues. We focus on the fact that some websites bill extra costs. We advise you to refer to their sales conditions.
Once in the saleroom, to participle in the auction, you need to subscribe thanks to an identity card or passport and a means of payment (credit card or cheque). We will give you a pad which will allow you to bid “by a show of hands”.
You can provide us the list of the lots you are interested in through a written document and we will contact you a few minutes before the beginning of the auction on the lots concerned. The subscription has to be done with an idendity card or passport, bank details, a phone number and your full address.
Bid orders and phone lines have to reach us at least 24 hours before the beginning of the auction. After that deadline, they will not be accepted.
In addition to the auction price, the purchaser will have to pay extra costs (the buyer's premium) which depend on the department. They are indicated in the Terms of Sale.
The sales catalogues are on line in our website 2 to 3 weeks before the auctions. We send alert messages to all our customers registered in our database through newsletters.
For the ones who have preferences, we send the printed catalogues by post without extra charges.
Once the full payment made (final price and extra costs), all the purchases can be withdrawn.
For the buyers who cannot come to collect their goods, we can send the items once the costs validated are settled. All our costs estimates are personalized.
We pay particular attention to the optimal packaging conditions.