33rpm.de Schallplatten Antiquariat / Volker Mueller, Fidicinstr. 40, 10965 Berlin, +49 (0)30/69568456 [Q], firstname.lastname@example.org, tax ID: DE218745161
The easiest way to place an order
Shipping Besides domestic shipping (Hermes, Germany) there is 3 ways (all DHL):
"Maxibrief" registered letter, ideal for delivery of up to 2, sometimes 3 records, airmail only.
"Economy", ships by air to your country´s postal system, then by normal service to your home, maximum 11 days, usually faster, and considerably cheaper than air mail.
"Premium" ships airmail to your country´s postal system, then by best available service to final destination. All EU shippings are premium anyway, with other countries the difference to Economy service is a few days maximum, and especially with larger orders not worth the money.
Economy- and Premium parcels are insured up to 500 Eur.
"Maxibrief" worldwide: (DHL, registered letter, airmail) 1 record Eur 5,50, 2 records 9,50
Germany: (Hermes) Eur 4,50, 5,90 ab 25 LPs
EU (DHL premium only): basic price 12,50 - 14,50 1st kg (4-6 records), plus 1,00 to 1,50 per additional kg.
Switzerland (DHL economy) : basic price Eur 12,50 1st kg (4-6 records), plus 0,85 per additional kg.
Switzerland (DHL premium): basic price Eur 14,00 1st kg (4-6 records), plus 1,60 per additional kg.
USA, Asia, Canada (DHL economy): Eur 27,00 1st kg (4-6 records), plus 2,35 per additional kg.
USA, Asia, Canada (DHL premium): Eur 31,50 1st kg (4-6 records), plus 5,20 per additional kg.
Australia (DHL economy): Eur 32,50 1st kg (4-6 records), plus 3,25 per additional kg.
Australia (DHL premium): Eur 38,00 1st kg (4-6 records), plus 7,35 per additional kg.
This calculation includes the weight of the packaging. However, with a pile of early pressings (or big booklet de luxe box sets) - nice and heavy - the shipping costs will vary proportionately. We do not charge handling fees. German shipping rates are highly competitive worldwide.
Nearly all records we ship give complete satisfaction. However, it is inevitable that mistakes occur. If a record is incorrectly graded: get in contact, do complain.
Our grading is very conservative and the typical feedback of a first order is pleasant surprise. Still, some perfect records are not as good as others, sound and vinyl quality vary. With old records you must expect an occasional tick or some dust. By now we actually do clean about every record and provide it with a thin extra sleeve to be kept in the original inner sleeve if possible. It is 2nd hand records after all but you could not maintain higher standards than we do. And if there really was a grading mistake, be sure I will take any complain serious and respond promptly trying to inspire confidence in our services again. - In over 17 years now the amount of returns is one in 4 years.