Vermakelijkheden van Brabant, De Cantillon, Amsterdam: David Weege, 1770. In three volumes, with engraved folding plates. 18th-century tan calf gilt. 	 (3)
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Vermakelijkheden van Brabant, De Cantillon, Amsterdam: David Weege, 1770. In three volumes, with engraved folding plates. 18th-century tan calf gilt. (3)

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Vermakelijkheden van Brabant, De Cantillon, Amsterdam: David Weege, 1770. In three volumes, with engraved folding plates. 18th-century tan calf gilt. (3)
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On occasion, Christie's has a direct financial interest in lots consigned for sale which may include guaranteeing a minimum price or making an advance to the consignor that is secured solely by consigned property. This is such a lot. This indicates both in cases where Christie's holds the financial interest on its own, and in cases where Christie's has financed all or a part of such interest through a third party. Such third parties generally benefit financially if a guaranteed lot is sold successfully and may incur a loss if the sale is not successful.
Christie’s charges a premium to the buyer on the Hammer Price of each lot sold at the following rates: 29.75% of the Hammer Price of each lot up to and including €5,000, plus 23.8% of the Hammer Price between €5,001 and €400,000, plus 14.28% of any amount in excess of €400,001. Buyer’s premium is calculated on the basis of each lot individually.

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