address for orders:
Tel.: 02151 – 753 254
Mobil: 0176 – 2092-9534
All prices are in EURO. You can call or write to the address above or send an e-mail to reserve LPs. All payments have to be made in advance. If you reserve records, you are assuming an obligation to purchase them. Records will be reserved up to 3 weeks. Nevertheless payment is expected immediately. If you got any problems with the payment, please let me know in advance, we’ll find a solution. I will be responsible only for insured mailing/other terms of sending is your risk!
Some records are auction-items (BID). That means they’ll go to the highest (acceptable) bid, but it doesn’t actually mean all these records have to be expensive! I just put them on BID when I expect a greater demand. There’s no dead-line. As long the items are available, you can get them. Offers can be made cash or trade or cash/trade (also on set-sale items). But make sure that trade-offers are up to my grading standards and indicate the value you are expecting for your records. I reserve the right to cancel a deal if the record quality is not as stated. Please see my wants , trades for these records prefered!!
If you are not satisfied with my grading, please let me know immediately. I tried to check most of the records acoustically but nobody is perfect. You’ll get another copy (if possible) or a 100% refund (incl. postage)! But you must contact me before returning anything. I’m always interested in buying or swapping records you don’t need anymore, but originals only. No rarities for ordinary stuff! Feel free to send want-lists especially if you’re into very odd or ordinary stuff!
Due to constant hassle with German-mail-bank I.M.O.s are no longer accepted. Direct transfer to my bank-account or Paypal-payment is not only safer, but also faster and way cheaper than this method of payment from the Stone-Age. Please see “payments” for the details.
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