Linwoods knowledgeable staff will be delighted to guide you through the entire auction process. Once we determine that your property is appropriate for sale at auction, our specialists will establish estimates, catalogue your property and market it to prospective buyers worldwide. Linwoods consistently achieves prices that meet or exceed pre-sale estimates.
Discover What Your Property Is Worth
Our experienced, market-savvy specialists have the authority to provide accurate valuations. Please visit our Auction Estimate Service page to send information and photographs of your property. You will be asked to register or log-in to your Linwoodsauction.com account to begin your auction estimate request.
In some cases, we will contact you to arrange an appointment to gather further details. You may also make an appointment to bring your property to the Linwoods office nearest you.
Shipping and Insurance
Our staff can help arrange to have your property delivered to the Linwoods location where it will be offered at auction. For assistance, please contact the selling location or your nearest Linwoods office. As the consignor, you are responsible for packing, shipping and insurance charges.
Pricing and Payment
The seller’s contract sets the reserve price and the seller’s commission.
For sold lots, Linwoods will send payment within 35 days from the paymentreceiveddate, provided we are in receipt of the buyer’s payment. Your payment will be based on the hammer price less a commission and any agreed-upon expenses.
If bidding on your item fails to reach the reserve price, we will not sell the piece at auction. Some consignors choose to take back their work(s), while others decide to offer it in a later auction or through our private sales department. Together, we will determine the best course of action. Charges, such as shipping and handling that were agreed pre-sale, will be invoiced immediately after the auction.
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