China Guardian (HK) is staffed by an elite and prudent team who are ready to put their profound professional knowledge at the service of our customers. Since its first auction in Autumn 2012, China Guardian (HK) has achieved quite some record-breaking results, will continue to provide high quality and professional services to art collectors all over the world.
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Once bidding is successful, bidder will become the buyer. We will immediately print out a "buyer's invoice" listing the final amount due, including the hammer price, the commission of the hammer price, as well as other fees and costs to be responsible by the buyer, for further details, please refer to the 'Conditions of Sales' listed in our catalogue. Successful bidders are also welcome to pay immediately at the auction, or to pay within 7 days after the auction with Union Pay, cash (maximum HKD80,000), cheque, bank draft or telegraphic transfer.How To Sell >
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