Absentee bid forms must be submitted at least 24 hours before the sale begins
Sotheby's Australia bears no responsibility for any errors which occur due to late instructions. Sotheby's Australia will endeavour to confirm bids received either by email, fax or telephone. If you have not received our confirmation within one business day, please resubmit your bid or contact Sotheby's Australia.
It is the bidder's responsibility to check with Sotheby's Australia staff whether a saleroom notice relates to any lot which they have listed. Bidders in the room will be informed of the saleroom notices by the auctioneer at the commencement of the auction.
New bidders must also provide proof of identity when submitting bids. Failure to do this may result in your bids not being processed.
Bids will rounded down to the nearest increment.
I authorize Sotheby's Australia to register bids on a per lot basis up to the maximum price I have indicated for each lot. I will not hold Sotheby's Australia responsible for any errors that occur. I have noted the 'Conditions of Sale' as printed in the auction catalogue and as available online and agree to be bound by them.
I understand that if my bid is successful, a buyer's premium of 22% plus GST will be added to the hammer price and will be payable by me as part of the total purchase price. I acknowledge that items marked with † will also incur GST on the hammer price and will be payable by me as part of the total purchase price.
Sotheby's Australia will try to purchase these lots for the lowest possible price, taking into account the reserve and other bids.
If identical absentee bids are received, Sotheby's Australia will give precedence to the bid received first.