1920S Maxfield Parrish "Daybreak" Figurative Lithograph Print Piecrust Wood Frame, The House Of Arts, Ny, Frame Size 20.5X13", Art Size 18X10.5"H
Condition: Light Foxing On Print, Frame Corners Have All Have Hairline Cracks In Moulding, See Images.
PACIFIC AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS
WASHINGTON LICENSE # 2458
Bidding Opens 2/10/23 @ 8:00 pm pacific
Bidding Begins Closing 3/11 @ 9:00 am pacific
Auction Closing Time 10-12 hours +/-
Pick Up Dates:
Mon 3/13 - Wed 3/15 - TIMES TBA
Other dates by request ONLY, (Must have prior approval)
Shipping Available, see shipping terms.
This is a Simulcast Auction. It will be simultaneously conducted on two platforms, www.pacificauctions.net and www.liveauctioneers.com .
Bids will be accepted through multiple platforms and by absentee bidding.
Bids placed on pacificauctions.net will take priority over bids placed on another platform or by absentee. This means, if an equal bid is placed on multiple platforms, the bid placed on pacificauctions.net will be the winning bid.
All items will be located at our warehouse at 1309 Bouslog Rd, Burlington, WA.
Buyer's Premium of 20% will be added to final winning bid amount plus applicable sales tax.
All Items are sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS.
All buyers MUST pay for their purchases in full by the end of auction pick up date(s).
If payment is not submitted by bidder, the credit card on file will be automatically charged. Bidders will be given the option to elect to pay a different way when creating a pick up appointment.
PACIFIC AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS accepts the following forms of payment:
• All Major Credit Cards and Debit Cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover (3% Surcharge Fee)
• Wire Transfer ($15 Transfer Fee)
AT AUCTIONEER'S DISCRETION; ANY INVOICES IN EXCESS OF $1000.00 MAY REQUIRE PAYMENT BY WIRE TRANSFER; A $500.00 DEPOSIT WILL BE APPLIED TO YOUR CREDIT CARD UNTIL PAYMENT IS RECEIVED.
We DO NOT accept PayPal, Venmo, Cash App, Personal Checks.
ADDITION TO OR WITHDRAWAL FROM SALE:
PACIFIC AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS reserves the right to withdraw from Auction any of the items listed or to sell at this Auction items not listed, and also reserves the right to group one or more lots into one or more selling lots or to subdivide into two or more selling lots. Whenever the best interest of the seller is served, the auctioneer reserves the right to sell all of the items listed, in bulk.
SHIPPING AVAILABLE FOR THIS AUCTION.
Winning bidders will receive an email following the auction with instructions for payment, pick up, and requesting shipping.
Bidder is responsible for all Shipping Costs, including:
+ COST OF SHIPPING (including additional fees such as insurance, delivery confirmation, etc.)
+ COST OF MATERIALS
+ HANDLING FEE of $7 (Additional handling charges may apply when shipping packages larger than 16x12x12)
+ SIGNATURE or DELIVERY CONFIRMATION WILL BE ADDED TO EVERY SHIPMENT
+ APPLICABLE SALES TAX
APPLICABLE SHIPPING AND HANDLING CHARGES WILL BE APPLIED AND CHARGED TO THE CARD ON FILE ONCE BIDDER HAS REQUESTED SHIPPING.
INVOICE MUST BE PAID IN-FULL BEFORE ORDER CAN BE SHIPPED.
**SOME ITEMS IN THIS CATALOG ARE EXTREMELY HEAVY AND MAY REQUIRE FREIGHT SHIPPING. BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL SHIPPING COSTS.
Preview For This Auction Will Be March 3rd & 4th
By Appointment Only - An Email Will Be Sent To Registered Bidders
Everything is available for preview, but we ask that you make an appointment to make sure we're available the date and time you would like to come. We are often busy working on an upcoming auction or out of the warehouse on consultation.
CONDITION OF ITEMS SOLD:
PACIFIC AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness of, or defect in any lot, and makes no warranty in connection therewith. Any notable condition issues discovered during auction preparation will be represented in the lot photos. No allowance will be made or sale set aside on account of any incorrectness, error in cataloging, or any imperfection not noted or imaged. No deduction will be allowed on damaged articles as all goods being exposed for public exhibition are sold "as-is" and without recourse, including shipped merchandise. By placing a bid, bidder signifies that they have examined the items to their satisfaction, or that they have chosen not to personally examine them.
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The winning bidder is responsible for paying the Buyer's Premium, which is a separate administrative service fee and is due and payable to the Auctioneer at the close of the lot.
Removal shall be at the expense, liability, and risk of the purchaser. Purchases can be removed only upon presentation of a paid bill. PACIFIC AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS shall not be responsible for goods not removed within the time specified, and shall have the option of removing and storing at the expense and risk of the purchaser any article purchased. Items not removed by the end of the specified pick up dates/hours will be considered abandoned property, will be become the property of the Auctioneer, and may be sold at a future auction. Except under certain circumstances; we are not able to store items for a future pick up date. You must have prior approval by PACIFIC AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS for alternate pick up dates.
PACIFIC AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS shall not, in any event, be liable for non removal or for any other matter or thing, to any purchaser of any lot, other than for the return to the purchaser of the deposit or sum paid on said lot, should the purchaser be entitled to it.
No claims will be allowed after goods are removed from premises.
PERSONAL AND PROPERTY RISK:
Persons attending during exhibition, sale or removal of goods assume all risks of damage of or loss to person and property and specifically release the Auctioneer from liability therefore. Attendees prohibited from the operation, testing of power equipment. Neither PACIFIC AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS nor principal shall be liable by the event of any dispute. PACIFIC AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS may tape record and/or video tape any auction and buyer agrees to allow such tape recording and/or video tape to be submitted as evidence in a court of law. Buyer agrees to pay all reasonable fees incurred in enforcing these terms.
VEHICLES, TRAILERS, ATVs, MOTORCYCLES, SNOWMOBILES, VESSELS:
NO WARRANTIES are offered, expressed or implied on Vehicles, Trailers, RVs, ATVs, Motorcycles, Snowmobiles or Vessels. All are sold AS-IS WHERE-IS, buyer accepts the item AS-IS and buyer assumes ALL risks and/or liabilities. Buyer agrees to pay all associated expenses for acquiring, moving/removing, licensing, transfer of title, etc.
TITLE/OWNERSHIP OF GOODS:
Title and/or Ownership does not transfer to the winning bidder until complete and full payment has been submitted and clears.
The Auctioneer is acting as agent only and is not responsible for acts of its principals.
Burlington, Washington 98233
PICK UP BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
1309 Bouslog Rd. #109, Burlington WA 98233
Pick Up Dates:
Mon 3/13 - Wed 3/15 - TIMES TBA
Other dates by request ONLY, (Must have prior approval).
See shipping details in auction terms.
Just call, text, or email to let us know. Or you can simply just reply to our invoice email following the auction.
3/11 Roseburg Auction - World Traveler's Lifetime Collection -
Ethnographic & Indigenous Artifacts, Art, Pottery, Sculptures, Blue & White Porcelain, Beadwork, Yard Art
This amazing collection comes from the estate of Robert “Bob” Roseburg of San Juan Island, Washington. Bob was an Art Teacher, and half-time English and Social Studies Teacher. He taught ceramics and was a talented ceramist himself, many of his own creations are in this auction catalog. Bob was an avid gardener, an excellent cook, a gracious host, and loved to entertain. He welcomed friends to his beautiful home, which he designed, and where he shared his life with his beloved partner of 53 years. He had a lifelong interest in Art, Architecture and Ceramics, and was a world traveler. Bob visited many places including India, France, China, Peru, and Ecuador; he even climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro at age 55. He lived a full life and is remembered by his friends for his joyous laugh and kind heart. We are truly honored to present his impressive collection at auction.
This collection is so large, it will be split into 3 auctions. The first catalog consists of 770+ Lots, Including many Ethnographic & Indigenous Artifacts, Original Artworks by Nationally Renowned and Local PNW Artists; Trevor Southey, David Smith Harrison, Ivars Hirss, Harriet Roudebush, Maurits Cornelis Escher, Mary Ann Rock, Bruce Botts, Suellen Ross, and others, Studio Art Pottery from Nationally Established and PNW Artists; Rex Mason, Marilyn Stiles, Gerald Newcomb, and others, Carved Wood and Stone Sculptures, Blue & White Porcelain, Asian Porcelain, Japanese Imari, Native American & Indigenous Beadwork and Basketry, Yoruba Beaded Wall Hangings, Erotic Art, Adam & Eve Collection of Ceramics and Art, Turkish and Persian Rugs, African & Middle Eastern Tapestries & Textiles, Chinese Garden Seats, Bonsai Pots, Foo Lion Roof Tile, Spirit Guardians, Tribal Figures, Mixed Metal Art, Meiji Period Vases, Majolica Pottery, Temple Bells, Cow Bells, Scandinavian Erik Hoglund Ystad-Metall Candelabras, Crystal Chandeliers, Assorted Antiques & Collectibles, Marble Elephants, Architectural Salvage, Yard Art & Décor, and So Much More.