Antique Victorian period arm chair with serpentine front apron, framed back and elegant floral carvings. This fine chair stands on splayed back legs, has cabriole front legs with casters and is reupholstered in pale yellow fabric with floral design with button back. 41 3/4 tall. Littledale Collection - See Lot 61
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Bidders can register online at www.bartlettauctions.com only. Because of COVID-19, we will have scheduled viewing times following the current government of NL guidelines to ensure the safety of our customers is first and foremost.
You are free to watch online but please note that if you decide to bid, it takes a few moments to fill out the registration form and you cannot bid without registering. YOU MUST HAVE A CREDIT CARD ON FILE TO BID. FOR THIS AUCTION, TO ADD A CREDIT CARD, LOG IN AND GO TO YOUR ACCOUNT. WE STRONGLY SUGGEST YOU DO SO BEFORE BIDDING BEGINS. FYI: WE DO NOT SEE, OR HAVE ACCESS TO, YOUR CREDIT CARD INFORMATION. IT IS SECURED BY THE LARGEST ONLINE MERCHANT PROVIDER, STRIPE.COM AND THEIR SECURITY PROTOCOLS ARE INDUSTRY LEADING.
All items are presented and sold ‘as is where is’ with no warranties expressed or implied. We do our best to represent each piece but, your own inspection and enquiry takes precedence over all other representation and information. Items may be updated, removed or added, without notice, at the sole discretions of the auctioneer.
In the event of a dispute, the auctioneer holds sole discretion in its resolution. This includes, but is not limited to, the removal, re-offering or adjusting the terms of the item in dispute. The auctioneer’s decision is final.
Bidding for this auction/sale is online only, however, WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU ATTEND IN-PERSON VIEWING available at 230 Waterford Bridge Road: **At the request of the building managers, masks must be worn. No food or drink permitted. A limit of six visitors at at time will be allowed. We appreciate your understanding, interest and patience.
In-Person Viewing (for Furniture Session):
Monday, June 6th, Noon to 4pm
Tuesday, June 7th 4pm to 8pm and
Wednesday June 8th Noon to 7pm
This auction features a staggered, soft close - beginning at 8PM, Wednesday June 8, 2022, one lot will close every 30 seconds until complete. If a bid is received in the final 30 seconds, the countdown clock resets to 30 seconds for that lot only.
Buyer’s Fee – a 10% Buyer’s Fee will be applied to the purchaser’s total before HST. Harmonized Sales Tax applies to all items offered and all services rendered.
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See Removal Times for details.
All Items must be paid for within 24 hours following the sale; buyers must ensure the address on their profile is the delivery address they want.
The auction team appreciates your interest and fair participation in this, and all future auction sales.
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
We highly recommend you use Bob Ledrew & Sons Moving Services to assist with your furniture pick up and delivery. They can be reached at 709-747-1140 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You can pick up your purchases by showing your paid receipt Thursday, June 9th and Friday, June 10th from 10am to 4:30pm or by appointment.
More than 130 exceptional antique lots, featuring an excellent selection of pianos, dining room, office and accent furniture.
Viewing Times - Sisters of Mercy Generalate, 230 Waterford Bridge Rd:
Monday, June 6th - Noon to 4pm
Tuesday, June 7th - 4pm to 8pm
Wednesday June 8th - Noon to 7pm
**At the request of the building managers, masks must be worn at all times. No food or drink permitted.
A limit of six visitors at at time will be allowed. We appreciate your understanding, interest and patience.