Non-vintage electrical items will now be PAT tested at the cost of £1 to the vendor.
Non-vintage electrical goods must be entered in working order unless otherwise agreed with the auctioneer.
Goods maybe entered in upto 2 sales, if they remain unsold after the second sale they need to be collected within 48 hours or they will be disposed of.
It costs 50p to place a reserve on an item, lots valued less than £10 will be sold with no reserve.
Goods entered with a reserve that do not sell in their first sale may be open to auctioneers discretion in the second sale.
Goods that require cleaning or repairing to make saleable may incur a small charge at the auctioneers discretion.
Vendors are paid out on the Friday, 8 days following the sale, if you are unable to attend you will have to turn up on any other Friday after to receive payment. You MUST bring the appropriate paperwork.
ALL vendors are paid via cheque unless previously agreed with the auctioneer.
20% buyers premium, minimum £1 per lot.
All items are sold as seen and must be inspected.
Non-vintage electrical goods will be PAT tested and sold as safe.
Goods are the customers responsibility on the fall of the hammer.
All goods MUST be paid for on sale day and collected by 4pm Friday (unless otherwise agreed) or they will be subject to a storage charge.
Payments can be made by card or cash. There are no extra surcharges for credit card or debit card.
Delivery and collection service is available if required.
Staff can bid on behalf of themselves and other people.
Online bidding requires an account with Easy Live Auction.
There is a 3% + VAT internet charge per lot (Or you can pay Easy Live Auction £3 and avoid this charge)
Goods that require posting must be paid for via bank transfer.
Goods will only be dispatched once payment is clear, usually 1-3 days after.
NTA is not responsible for damages caused in shipping, however all packages will be tracked whenever possible and packed to the best of our abilities.
NTA will only post small to medium parcels (With couriers like Hermes and Royal Mail).
The buyer will be invoiced for items bought, fees and shipping, usually via email, on the day after the sale.
Online bidders must still abide by all of NTAs terms & conditions above this section.