About eMoviePoster.com's Sunday Auctions #537
Auction Description: 283 non-U.S. posters from 19
countries AND 495 "special" rolled posters AND 422 rolled one-sheets
Details About These Items
Why are we auctioning rolled one-sheets AND "special" posters
AND rolled non-U.S. posters together?
HERE IS A CHART OF THE ITEMS IN THIS AUCTION (separated by the three
About the posters in this
auction which were once folded
About "special" posters
About the condition
U.S. Shipping Details
U.S. buyers must pay the actual cost of shipping their order plus $3, for both the best packaging materials you have ever seen (you can choose either the U.S. Post Office or UPS (since you are paying it, you can choose the method you prefer). All U.S. orders will be sent fully insured.
NOTE: In the past, we offered a
"flat rate" shipping price on some of our auctions. We no longer have this,
for two reasons. One is that the shipping companies have
drastically raised their rates many times in the past few years, so we were
losing lots of money with our flat rate. The other more important reason
is that our Pay and Hold Program (see below for how this works) allows you
to have your purchases sent every TWELVE weeks, which means we will only send
you packages four times a year, and almost all of those packages were
already being charged the actual cost anyway. We urge all of our
customers to join the Pay and Hold Program, because it really saves you a
massive amount on shipping!
Have you heard about our Pay and Hold
Do you need "signature required"?
Note that (if you join our Pay and Hold Program) we allow you to wait to have your purchases shipped until a total of twelve auctions have ended so that you can combine your current purchases with those of our following auctions (if possible; see Learn More About Combining), and that means there is a chance you could combine all those items, and still pay only a single shipping charge (assuming those items fit into the same type of package, but of course, there is a limit to how many items can fit in a single package or tube, and if you end up with several packages, you will need to pay that many shipping charges; Learn More About Combining). Since around half of our auctions have items that ship in tubes and the other half have items that ship in flat packages, and since few of those two types of items can be combined, most of our regular buyers end up with at least two packages after twelve weeks. We KNOW there are other sellers who charge a little less on shipping than we do (and of course, there are others who charge far more!), but none of the ones with lower rates offer the same generous combined shipping we do, and we know that our packaging is the best there is, and our orders virtually never arrive damaged (and on the very rare times that they do, all our U.S. packages are fully insured, and FULL INSURANCE IS INCLUDED IN THE U.S. SHIPPING CHARGE).
DON'T BID ON OUR ITEMS UNLESS YOU WILL PAY THE ACTUAL COST OF SHIPPING (plus $3 for packaging materials)!
Non-U.S. Shipping Details
Non-U.S. buyers must pay the actual cost of shipping their order (you can choose whatever method you prefer, but know that the U.S. Post Office has eliminated Surface Mail, so we can only send via Express or Airmail), plus $3, for both the best packaging materials you have ever seen and a separate printed invoice mailed to you. All non-U.S. buyers must tell us if they want the package sent insured or uninsured at the time they pay for their order.
Have you heard about our Pay and Hold
Learn more about how to save money on shipping by shipping to friends/family in the U.S., insurance, and customs fees.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please bear these
approximate shipping cost in mind BEFORE you place a bid (if
you live outside the U.S.). The vast majority of our customers want a very
securely packed tube, and will pay the extra shipping cost involved (and of
course, it goes to the Post Office or UPS, and not us!). Please do not ask
us to pack less securely, as that would likely result in a damaged order.
Do you have a friend or relative who lives in the United States?