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Martin2001

 

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We sell 19th Century original antique prints,

offer a great variety of subjects,
and Satisfaction Guaranteed service.

Shipping Updates
Last update: March 2016

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Method of Shipping: Your prints will be mailed flat or in a tube. If flat, they will be secured between at least 3 layers of stiff cardboard. Only the prints that can be easily rolled will be mailed in a tube. 
Multiple purchases: I automatically combine multiple print purchases into one package. You do not need to email me a request for combined shipping. eBay's automatic checkout often includes separate postage for each print and you may end up paying much higher postage than is due. If this happens, you need not worry about this, as the extra postage you may have paid will be always and promptly refunded.
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Internet tracking:
Domestic buyers: Most of the packages are mailed with USPS's Delivery Confirmation. In such a case you will receive the tracking number after the package is mailed.

International buyers: Your order will be mailed via 1st class mail international. You will receive the Internet tracking number.

What to expect in the mail: Click on the links below to see the photos of what you should expect in the mail (the actual sizes will vary depending on the dimensions of the purchase print(s):
Domestic Mail:
1st CLASS: Flat kraft envelope 10 x 13  inches.
1st CLASS: Flat white envelope 9 1/2 x 12 inches.
1st CLASS: 3 inch diameter TUBE.

International Mail:
1st CLASS: Flat kraft envelope 12 x 15  inches (30 x 38 cm).
1st CLASS: Flat white envelope 11 x 13 inches. (28 x 33 cm).
1st CLASS: 4 inch (10 cm) diameter TUBE.

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