QUESTIONS ABOUT THE WYNONNA EARP AUCTION?
Check out the FAQs below for answers to most of the questions about the auction.
If there is something that is not answered here, please let us know.
The producers of Wynonna Earp, Seven24 Films, have provided the following message to us:
A Message from Seven24 Films
The producers of Wynonna Earp want to reassure Earpers that this auction of Hero Items in no way signals the end of the show. We are committed to telling more Wynonna Earp stories and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to put pieces of the show in the hands of passionate fans.
Once you are in the online bidding catalogue for the auction look for the "Register to Bid" link. This link will allow you to set up your bidding account and participate in the auction.
If you are having trouble check out our Step-by-Step Guide to Online Registration.
We require either a Visa or Mastercard during the registration process to protect everyone involved in the auction. The process verifies proper addresses and is used for authorization only. A $ 1 USD authorization, not a charge, is placed on the card to ensure that it is a valid card.
Nothing is charged to your credit card without your prior authorization.
An online auction is similar to a live auction except that it is conducted entirely over the internet. In effect, the software system is taking the place of the auctioneer in controlling the bidding and closing of the lots being sold.
Wynonna Earp session one ends - Saturday, July 9th @ 11 a.m. MT
Wynonna Earp session two ends - Sunday, July 10th @ 11 a.m. MT
The times indicated in the auction closing signify the start of the auction close. The lots will close sequentially in intervals of 15 seconds, i.e. lot 36 will close 15 seconds after lot 35. The "soft close" (bidding time extensions) feature may affect the sequence of lot closure, however.
If an item receives a bid during the final two minutes of the count-down clock there will be an automatic bidding extension: the bidding clock will be extended by two minutes – for that item alone. The time extensions continue until there is a two-minute period during which no bidding takes place on the lot.
The extended bidding on one lot does not affect the closing of other lots – other lots in the sale will continue with their individual countdowns. It often happens that active bidding can extend the time period on an individual lot for extended periods
Go to our bidder registration page for the auction. This can be found in the online/web catalogue for each sale. If you have previously registered you can enter your username and password and proceed with registering for the auction. If this is your first time registering you will be asked to provide personal information and register either a Visa or Mastercard on the sign up page.
Visit our Step-by-Step Guide for New Bidders if you require detailed instructions.
The short answer is yes.
If you are interested in items in each of the sessions, you will need to register for each day.
Each lot in the auction has a clearly marked bidding window. Once you are registered for the auction there are two ways to bid:
1.) You simply indicate the maximum amount you wish to bid in the window where indicated and click on the “Place Bid” button. You will be taken to a confirmation screen that will ask you to either “Confirm Bid” or “Cancel Bid”. If you have not yet logged in you will be asked to do so in order to confirm your bid. Please note that by confirming your bid you are entering into a legally binding contract with the auction house to pay for your successful bids plus the applicable buyer’s premium and taxes.
2.) Bid in real time as each lot is closing just like our live auctions. You will be required to bid, and confirm your bid, for each increment that you are advancing. In effect, you are taking the same steps as in the method above, but are not disclosing your maximum. You are doing the work instead of relying on the software.
It's entirely up to you, the simplest way is to always indicate your top bid - the amount to which you would bid if you were attending an auction in person. The bid submitted is similar to the live auction’s absentee bid. In effect, the software will hold your bid in confidence and will bid on your behalf, against competing bids, according to the published increments up to the amount you are prepared to bid. For example, if the current high bid on a lot is $300 and you are prepared to bid up to $550, our software system will accept & implement your first bid at $ 325. If another bidder then bids $ 350, our system will automatically submit a bid of $ 375 on your behalf. If there is no additional bidding, then you will be successful at the $375 hammer price.
YOUR BID IS A CONTRACT. Place a bid only if you are serious about buying the item. If you are the successful and winning bidder, you have entered into a legally binding contract to purchase the property.
Bids left online (even bids left in "error") are legally binding and non-retractable.
This being said, if it is more than 24 hours in advance of the auction and you wish to retract a bid, please contact us and we will do what we can to assist. The retraction of online bids causes confusion for all other bidders, and may cause a situation where someone who has received their 'outbid' notice has already allocated that part of their budget to another item. If there are multiple bids on an item, we cannot retract the bid if the outbid notice has been sent.
If the retraction of bids becomes onerous or irresponsible you may be prohibited from participating in the auction.
For the Wynonna auction, bidding begins at $ 10 USD and advances in the following bid increments:
|Bid Amount||Bid Increment|
|10 – 50||5 USD|
|50 – 200||10 USD|
|200 – 300||20 USD|
|300 – 500||25 USD|
|500 -1,000||50 USD|
|1,000 – 2,000||100 USD|
|2,000 -5,000||250 USD|
|5,000 - 10,000||500 USD|
|10,000 – 20,000||1,000 USD|
|20,000 - 50,000||2,500 USD|
|50,000 – 100,000||5,000 USD|
|100,000 – 200,000||10,000 USD|
|200,000 +||25,000 USD|
The decision to conduct this auction in USD was made in collaboration with Seven24 Films. The fan base for Wynonna Earp is worldwide and the auction is being promoted world-wide. The use of USD allows for simplification of international transactions.
Of course! We welcome the participation of all our international friends and will do all we can to assist with post-auction arrangements.
The auction is being conducted in USD.
All auction items are located in, and will be shipped from, Calgary AB.
All items are located in Calgary AB.
We will be opening our showroom and invite all Earpers to visit us during the preview hours noted below:
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesday, July 6th
Thursday, July 7th
Friday, July 8th
The Calgary Stampede runs July 8 through July 17, why not make a vacation of it and come see all the Calgary has to offer?
Yes, we are pleased to accept absentee bidding by telephone or fax if you are uncomfortable with or unable to bid by your computer. Please call us during regular business hours to arrange absentee bidding.
In instances where the sale closes outside of a regular work day, absentee bids will be accepted until 4 PM the last work day prior to the auction closing.
The generic "floor bidder" label appears for those bids that have been placed in the traditional absentee bid manner. All absentee bidders receive the same label, regardless of the number of actual absentee bidders there are.
Log in to your bidder’s account by entering your username and password. You will see a toolbox that contains your current bids, your bid history, and your bidder information.
No, if you use the live catalogue there will be no need to refresh. The current closing lots will always be shown with an accurate countdown clock and the most recent bidding information.
Although we do not recommend using the full catalogue listing, it does refresh every 60 seconds. A lot can happen in 60 seconds at an online auction - we recommend that you refresh frequently if you are watching the closing moments of particular items of interest.
You will see no time left on the clock on a currently refreshed online auction page. You will also view a statement that the auction bidding is now closed.
Congratulations! After the auction we will send you a notification by email and an electronic invoice.
Each lot in our Wynonna Earp auction will be accompanied by a COA (Certificate of Authenticity) from Seven24Films / Hall's Auction Services. The COA will identify the piece by description & photographs, and carry an embossed seal with the Wynonna Earp logo.
The COA forms an integral part of the provenance of the item and should be kept safe.
According to the terms and conditions of the auction, bids left online or through any other means of absentee bidding will be processed according to the credit card information provided at the time of bidding. If alternate payment arrangements are desired this must be made explicit to the auction house at the time of bidding. Once payments are processed an electronic receipt will be sent by email.
The purchaser can collect the purchased lots from our offices within three days from the date of the auction sale, after which date the purchaser shall be responsible for all storage charges, per the terms and conditions of the auction, until the date the lot(s) are removed.
Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MT.
Yes. We generally contract the packing, shipping & insuring through a third-party providers. Follow this link to see who we are currently recommending.
For smaller, non-fragile items we can assist with packaging and mailing your purchases to you. There will be a nominal cost for this service and all supplies will be provided at cost.