The items that we sell come from estate auctions and, unless otherwise stated, are not new. We strive to give the most accurate description of signs of use and/or damage that we can, but please keep in mind that the majority of the items that we sell have been used to some extent.
The winning bidder is responsible for payment of shipping/handling and insurance charges. We ship Monday through Thursday and your purchase will be shipped within 2 business days of receipt of cleared payment. We only ship via USPS--we do not use UPS. Delivery confirmation is included on all domestic purchases. Please use our postage calculator to determine costs. We are always happy to combine shipping on multiple purchases--please contact us for combined shipping rates and include your zip code with your request. Your purchase will be carefully packaged and we have a great safety track record. However, in the unlikely event that an insured item is damaged during shipment, it is the buyer's responsibility to file an insurance claim with the post office.
International bidders are welcome, but payment must be made via PayPal, NO EXCEPTIONS. We will gladly ship by international first class, when possible, but please keep in mind that delivery takes significantly longer (usually a minimum of 4-6 weeks). Please do not ask us to falsify custom's documents; we will not claim purchases as gifts or alter values.
The posted cost of shipping is based on the seller-offered and buyer-selected shipping service, where the shipping costs are calculated by eBay and the shipping carrier based on the buyer's address, and any packaging/handling costs established by the seller are automatically rolled into the total.
All sales are final unless the item is grossly misrepresented. Should there be a problem, the buyer must notify us within 3 days of receipt of their purchase, and return the item within one week. The buyer is responsible for return shipping costs and the item must be received in the condition in which it was shipped. Refunds will not be issued on fragile items that we receive broken, if they are not insured.