Pays du vendeur, Europe, Amérique du Nord, Amérique centrale, Amérique du Sud, Asie, Afrique, Océanie
Remise en main propre :
Envoi après paiement
A charge de l'acheteur
Remboursement de l'objet si non satisfait
Pour connaître les délais de retour et de remboursement du lot, veuillez consulter la Charte Delcampe
The shipping and handling for a regular letter, your own risk is (Sorry, but it is actual prices) :
0 - 100 grammes, around 19 cards is 4.75€.
100 - 250 grammes, around 48 cards is 8.5€
250 - 2000 grammes, around 400 cards is 12€
If you want registered letter the price for a letters from 0 - 2000 grammes is 17€, but the letter is only insured up to 35€. Horrible, but unfortunately actually prices.
It is also possible to send a parcel up to 5000 grammes, insured to 1.000kr, around 135€, at the following approximately prices ( Please ask for exact price) :
9,00€ : To Germany and Sweden
11,00€ : Belgium, Great Britain, Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.
12,50€ : Finland and Luxemburg
14.00€ : Italy and France.
15,25€ : Austria, Czech Republic and Poland
16,50€ : Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia
Conditions particulières :
Scan is, if nothing else is mentioned in the description, of the actual item, so please look for condition.
If you have any questions, or if you would like to see a missing scan of the back, please ask me.
Because of the fees of 0.15€ for each sold item, the prices will be relatively high for cheap items, but if you are interested in many cheaper items, you can ask me if I have the time to make an auction with selected cataloguenumbers for you.
I can maybe also sell cards listed as sets, as single cards, please ask if interested.
Postage is very expensive from Denmark, so I gladly wait for other items, and combine shipping.
I send an invoice when I think you are finished buying, but please ask for an invoice, when you are finished buying.
NB : I am sorry, but there is a slight possibility of mistakes regarding the listings. I do my best, but I have experienced double listings ( probably my fault ), sorry.
When I list items at auction, I normally scan both sides, and I try to notice if the item has some faults, and describe it in the description. I do what I can to put what I think is fair prices on the items, and if they have faults or wear, price them accordingly, but I also make mistakes, and if there are any items you are not satisfied with, you can return them and I will refund you. If it is because of faults that can be seen on the scans, or is described, you must pay the returnpostage, but if it is my mistake, I will also refund your postage.
The abowe mentioned, regarding the importance of looking at the scans is especially important with the coins, where I am not that experienced in grading these.