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 1. Auction closing.
    CCANet25 closes Thursday, March 6, 2014.
    To bid on a lot after 10 p.m. on March 6, you must place an initial successful bid on that lot by 10 p.m. eastern time.
We consider a bid to be "successful" even if it is topped immediately by a ceiling or limit bid. After 10 p.m., we will close the ENTIRE AUCTION when we go for 10 minutes without any bids. WE WILL NOT CLOSE INDIVIDUAL LOTS. After 12 midnight, we may close the auction at any time. If the auction is closed, our website will not accept further bids, and our phone will carry a message saying the auction is closed. Any lot with only one bid by 10 p.m. on closing day will be awarded to the person who placed the single bid. Lots without any bids by 10 p.m. will be open to all bidders until the auction closes.  If the auction is interrupted on the closing day by weather, technical problems or other factors, the auction company will determine the exact manner for closing the auction the next day or as soon as possible.  In making this determination, the auction company will consider what is fair to bidders and consignors alike.  The bidder agrees to abide by the auction company's decision.  In any case, if the auction is interrupted before midnight on the closing day for Net auctions and before 1 a.m. for CCA auctions, the high bidder at that point should not assume that he or she is the winning bidder.   

    2. Bidding.
   
We will accept bids by online at www.auctionscc.com and by telephone. Lots may be viewed online. We will accept e-mail bids until the closing day.  We cannot accept email bids on closing day.  The only way to be sure that we have entered your bid, however, is to use our online bidding system or to telephone us. To reach us by phone, please call 724-446-3079 or 724-446-0267. The latter number should be used only on the closing day. Before being able to bid, you will need to acknowledge that you have read and agree to abide by the rules of the auction. 

    3. Registration.
    You must have a bidder number to bid in our auction. If you received a catalog by mail, you are already registered. If you are not registered, please register before the closing day of the auction. If you are already registered, do not register again. Doing so causes unnecessary confusion and could result in your bids being canceled. If you have forgotten your bidder number or password, please call us or e-mail us.  In registering, you must provide a phone number and a mailing address.  We will not approve any registration that does not contain both.

    4. Bidding increments/ceiling bids.
   
Once a lot is opened at the minimum bid, each succeeding bid must be 10 percent higher than the previous bid. Bidding proceeds in 10% increments only. We encourage ceiling or limit bids. A ceiling bid must be at least two 10% increments higher than your existing bid, and ceiling bids must progress in even increments (two 10% increments, four 10% increments, etc.). We will not accept "top all" bids. We will not share the amount of your ceiling bid with other bidders, and we will exercise your bid only if another bidder tops your existing bid. (For lots under $50, bids must be increased in $5 increments.)

    5. Bidding disputes.
   
If a dispute over a bid arises during or after the bidding process, such as the simultaneous placement of bids, the auction company will resolve the dispute. The bidder agrees to abide by the auction company's decision.

    6. Calls back.
    If you are the high bidder after 10 p.m. on a lot the day it closes, you may request a call back if your bid is $100 or higher. You may request a call back also if you leave a ceiling bid. If requested, we will call you back if your ceiling bid is topped. We will do our best to make sure we call you. Mistakes can happen, however, and if we miss a call back, there will be no recourse for the bidder.

    7. Buyer's premium.
    We will add a 15 percent buyer's premium to all winning bids.

    8. Notification.
    Normally, notifications to winning bidders will be put into the mail within 36 hours of the time the auction closes.  In addition, within 48 hours after the auction, each bidder may view his or her invoice online in his or her Profile. Please avoid calling us the day after the auction to see if you have won. Calls simply make it more difficult for us to get notifications mailed to all winning bidders in a timely way. Winning bids are posted on our website.  It is the bidder's responsibility to check the Profile or to call us to determine if he or she has placed a winning bid.  If you don't know how to find your invoice in your Profile, call and we'll walk you through the process.

    9. Payment. (THIS RULE WILL BE STRICTLY OBSERVED!)
   
Payment must be received within 14 days of the day we mail the invoice. If you will not be able to pay for your lots in a timely way, don't bid. When payment is not received within 14 days, we reserve the right to offer the item to the under-bidder. We will accept personal checks, certified/cashier checks and money orders for payment. WE DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS.  For payments by cashier check or money order drawn on institutions known to us, we typically ship lots won within two business days.  For personal checks, we typically will wait until the check clears before shipping the lots won. It often takes 10 days for our bank to verify that a check has cleared.  Pennsylvania residents must pay the state's 6% sales tax unless they have a tax exemption number on file with us. Shipping costs will include insurance. If you don't want insurance, tell us so in writing and provide a statement saying that you accept full responsibility if your lot or lots are lost or damaged in shipping.  In cases in which we receive payment more than 30 days after the close of the auction, shipments may be significantly delayed.  Generally, we will ship through the U.S. Postal Service or UPS. If you want overnight or other express service, please let us know. Because of lost merchandise and indifferent customer service, we no longer ship through FedEx.

    10. Authenticity.
   
We guarantee the authenticity of each item offered here, consistent with our written description, for 30 days from the day the auction closes. Autographs come with a Letter of Authenticity from Collectible Classics. Because we are committed to offering autographs that you can bid for with confidence, we have autograph expert Kevin Keating examine for authenticity the sports autographs and selected non-sport autographs in each auction. We selected Mr. Keating, who is a member of UACC and IADA, for his expertise and integrity. He also serves as a consultant to PSA/DNA.  Over the years, we have found him to be conservative and fair in his evaluations, consistent in his judgments, and honest. Selected lots may come with a Letter of Authenticity from Mr. Keating.  In addition, selected lots may come with authentication by JSA or PSA.  Prior to the close of our auction, we encourage you to obtain an opinion from your preferred autograph expert based on the images we provide online.  Any disagreement over the authenticity of an autograph must be communicated to COLLECTIBLE CLASSICS in writing within 14 days of the date we mail the item to you, or within 30 days of the date the auction closes, whichever is earlier. Do not contact Mr. Keating; doing so will only delay resolution of your issue.  No autograph or other item may be returned for any reason after 30 days from the date of the auction unless otherwise specifically stated.  Any autograph that is returned must be accompanied by a rejection letter from an expert that is recognized in the field relevant to the autograph.  In cases of a dispute, we reserve the right to consult with recognized expert of our choice to resolve the matter.  In addition, any autograph authenticated by two of the following - Kevin Keating, JSA or PSA - may not be returned. 

    11. Returns.
    We will accept returns ONLY if you call us to discuss the return first.
Returns must be based on a material error in our description. We do our best to grade items fairly and accurately. Nevertheless, because all grading by humans is ultimately subjective, we do not guarantee a particular grade from any given grading service. We must receive any non-autograph item you are returning within 14 days of the day we mail it to you or within 30 days of the date the auction closes, whichever is earlier. In cases where we receive payment more than 14 days after we mail the invoice, returns are totally at our discretion. In any case, no returns of non-autograph items will be accepted for any reason after 30 days from the auction closing date.

   12. Requests for additional information.
   Requests for additional information concerning lots, such as scans of backs, need to be made before closing day.  Generally, we are unable to accommodate such requests on the final day of the auction.  For some lots, we offer to provide information beyond what is in our catalog or online description.  Requests for this information must be made before the auction closes. 

 

 


 



 





 
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