An auctioneer1 is guilty of an offence, which is one of strict liability2, if in the course of his trade or business he applies to an unhallmarked item a description indicating that it is wholly or partly made of gold, silver or platinum, or if he supplies or offers to supply an unhallmarked article to which such a description is applied3.
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