All the material offered on the website is owned by third parties. The company AP s.r.l. sells in the name and in the interest of third parties, from which AP s.r.l. has received a regular sales mandate.
Lots have been photographed and the photo integrates the description. Complaints concerning margins, off-centered stamps and postmark characteristics (such as heaviness, etc.) will not be accepted. All lots are sold as genuine, first choice, no defects, even hidden defects, unless otherwise clearly specified.
Sales prices are expressed in Euros.
All selling prices will be increased by a commission of 20%; IVA included. The shipping will be made by insured letter; shipping fees will be charged as follows: € 10,00 within 350 gr weight to the Italian territory – and € 18,00 to foreign countries. For each shipment exceeding 350 gr. AP s.r.l. reserves the right to quantify shipping fees according to the weight and the shipping characteristics. No shipments are made on delivery. Customers can pick the lots up directly at our office. In this case, no shipping fees will be charged.
All the material offered has been carefully examined by our experts. Stamps with greater value are signed by the most renowned Italian philatelic experts and, in most cases, equipped with a photographic certificate. Our experts are available at our addresses for any further information.
Online procedure to purchase lots must be thoroughly followed; no uncomplete orders will be accepted. The purchase will be confirmed by e-mail and lots will be shipped after the full payment has been received.
Payment can be made by credit card, PAYPAL or bank transfer to UNICREDIT: IBAN IT 87 N 02008 01664 000105290545 – BIC SWIFT : UNCRITM1S54.
Any requests for payment by instalments must be done before proceeding with the purchase and may be granted and agreed upon the Company’s discretion.
Any complaints must be reported within 10 days of the shipment, strictly no later than 30 days after the date of the purchase. Complaints will be considered only in the case in which, in the opinion of two renowned experts, the lot is not original or has hidden defects not clearly specified, or is substantially different from the description.
Complaints cannot be accepted for the following lots: a) any type of collections and accumulations; b) lots described as defective, mixed quality or “to examine”; c)lots of stamps with an estimated value of less than 10% of the catalogue listing.
For any controversy, the competent law court is the Court of Milan.