Auction Calender 2018

Sale auction of Books and Prints: 22 November 2018


1st half-yearly auction of Books and Prints 2018
2nd half-yearly auction of Books and Prints 2017
1st half-yearly auction of Books and Prints 2017
Auction Sale of Indonesian Keris and Japanese Swords
2nd half-yearly auction of Books and Prints 2016
1st half-yearly auction of Books and Prints 2016

Auction Information

Price estimates and descriptions

In our catalogue we list the expected proceeds of each lot to indicate sales prices. We must emphasise this is an estimate; the hammer price may turn out higher but also lower than estimated.
We do our utmost to provide accurate estimations, but please consider them educated opinions rather than absolute facts.

Condition of items

Any flaws and restorations of the lots are not systematically listed. You are expected to assess the condition of the lots during our viewing days. Should you wish to receive additional information about a specific lot, please contact us to request a report of its condition.
Please keep in mind photos in our catalogue and on our website may not always be true to life.


There are four ways to bid: in person, written, online or by telephone.

Bid in person

During auction, the use of bidding numbers is mandatory. You can obtain this from the administration. ID is required.

Live bid on internet

After registration on the website, you can enter the live auction.

Bid by telephone

There is another way to put in an offer and that is by telephoning during the actual Auction. This only applies to lots with an estimate of more than € 500. If you wish to be called by one of our Staff during the Auction, please let us know in writing 24 hours prior to the Auction.

A written bid

If you are unable to be personaly present, you can submit a written bid. Send us an email with the precise lot number you are interested in, name the maximum amount to pay and give your full name, address with postal code and telephone number.

Auctions Proceedings

The auction room opens 15 minutes preceding the start of the auction. In general, around 80 to 100 lots are auctioned per hour. However, as we cannot guarantee this, please allow a wide margin.

Collection of purchased items

Bought items will be held for you free of charge for 5 working days after the last auction day. You can collect your purchase(s) at the collection desk after proof of payment, on work days between 9.30 am and 4.30 pm. After 5 days we will have to charge you warehouse costs at € 2.50 per lot per day.