Payment: We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, PayPal and personal checks.
Payment must be completed within 48 hours of receiving your invoice. After 48 hours, we reserve the right to cancel the sale and open an unpaid item case. All artwork remains the property of PosterConnection until full payment is received. Tax is added to all California residents unless a valid Resale Certificate is provided.
Shipping: Shipping charges depend upon the size of the item, final weight and dimension of the shipping tube, and the location to which the artwork is being sent. Most items will ship rolled in a sturdy tube. Orders sent within the USA will be sent via US Priority Mail or FedEx / UPS Ground with delivery confirmation (signature required for items above $500). Prices vary, expect $20-$35, plus insurance. International orders are handled through the US Post Office or Federal Express, Rates vary and start at approx. $50. We will provide options for shipping / insurance. We combine shipping of multiple items at no extra charge. Sales Tax will be charged on all sales within California.
Description of the Posters: Condition
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The criterion under which posters, especially very old pieces, are evaluated, is different from that of printed graphic art. For this reason, the quality of a poster can still be classified as “very good”, although slight creases, stains or tears may exist on the exterior. Unless otherwise described, the conditions of the posters are very good or good. The ratings describe the condition of a poster after it has been professionally restored. The following ratings have been applied:
(A) Designates a poster in very good condition. The colors are fresh; no paper loss. There may be some slight blemish or tears. (A-) indicates there may be some slight dirt, fold, tears or bubble or other minor restoration, but most unobtrusive. A poster that was folded but is otherwise flawless is rated as an (A-).
(B) Designates a poster in good condition. There may be some slight paper loss. The paper may have yellowed (light-stained).
(B-) designates a poster in fairly good condition, possibly with heavier than normal light-staining or noticeable repairs (even in the design area).
(C) Designates a poster in fair condition. The light-staining may be more pronounced; restoration, folds, or flaking are clearly visible.
(D) Designates a poster in bad condition. A good part of such poster may be missing. Colors have faded.
Usually, the posters are printed in lithograph printing technique. Since determining printing techniques even presents difficulties to experts, all of these are described here as lithographs (L). Only the posters which we can completely affirm as offset printing (O) are described as such.
The size is indicated in inches and centimeters, height preceding width.