Lebanon, PA, U.S.A.
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My normal shipping is via U.S. Post Office media mail. Add $5.50 shipping and handling to the book price for single books via priority mail, and $3.50 for media mail. For additional books up to 10 add $1.00/book shipping and handling, assuming media mail. For expedited shipping, larger orders, or international orders contact me about shipping costs at email@example.com. Checks or money orders can be made to Dan Simpkins: 2000 S. 5th Ave.; Lebanon, PA 17042. Credit cards can only be accepted ...[Ulteriori informazioni]
Orders usually ship within 2 business days via the United States Postal Service.
International shipping is problematic. Unfortunately, the abebooks matrix is inappropiate. Costs except to Canada, which is a bit cheaper, do not depend upon country, but upon the weight of the book. I try to ship anywhere, but I must break even on shipping costs. Any book and package under one pound will generally ship via International First Class Mail at the standard shipping rate of about $15.50 depending upon country. Books over one pound (454 grams) usually must ship via Priority Internatinal Flat Rate Mail at $24.50 (the Post Office charges me $23.95, so I'm not trying to gouge the customer. If you order shipping at the higher rate, and I can ship it for less because it weighs less than one pound, I will give you a partial refund. Books over four pounds in weight, or oversize (generally about folio size), are extraordinarily expensive to ship internationally; but if interested, I will work with you to make such shipments possible. I apologize for the inconvenience that sometimes results from the limitations on international shipping. The costs are going up at an alarming rate, and until someone brings back merchant sailing ships, I don't know the solution.