Which works of art, antiques and collectors’ items are eligible for the reduced valuation?

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Which works of art, antiques and collectors’ items are eligible for the reduced valuation?

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Ylit

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Dillan

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Section 11 contains definitions of the works of art, antiques and collectors’ items that will be eligible for the reduced valuation. You can find details of the entry procedure in HMRC Tariff. The following Customs Procedure Codes (CPCs) apply: • 40 00 200 (imports from third countries) • 49 00 029 (imports from special territories). Previously exported works of art, antiques and collectors’ items An imported work of art, antique or collectors’ item, as defined in section 11, will be eligible for the reduced rate provided that it had not been exported from the United Kingdom less than 12 months before the date of importation. You can find details of the declaration procedure in HMRC Tariff. The following CPCs apply: • 61 00 F03/4 (from third countries) • 49 23 F01, 49 00 F03/4 (from special territories). Further details can be found in: • Notice 718 The VAT Margin Scheme and global accounting, and • The Tariff, Volume 3, Appendix E4.

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