St. Louis, Mo, Portrait Of A Bearded Man, By Goldsmith, Circa 1900s For Sale
An oldcabinet card bythe Goldsmith Studio, 1012 Olive street, Saint Louis, Missouri,circa 1900.
A portrait of a bearded man, identified on back as "Uncle Fritz Patzer".
Some corner wear and light wear/rub on image.
If you purchase more than one lot in my sale, I will reduce the shipping total, but please wait for the combined shipping invoice before you pay.
Goracoin Terms of Sale
I aim to please, as you may gather from my response!
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about a listing, or problems with an order!
I always try to send things out on the same day or at least within two or three days of receiving an order, and that is my usual schedule for shipments.
As soon as I mail an item, I always use the “contact buyer” button to send you an email letting you know that it is on its way.
If you have special packaging instructions and/or prefer to pay extra for special shipping, please let let me know before you checkout, and I will be happy to oblige by emailing an invoice with the desired shipping charge.
I base my shipping charges on the cost of mailing at the local post offices, plus reasonable handling charges to help cover my costs.
If your address is outside of the United States, please contact me for shipping cost before completing your order.
Buyers outside of the United States must pay an extra $13.65 for Registered Mail.
If a foreign shipment requires a customs form, it will be filled in with the actual sale price of the item or items listed on it.
In my experience the post office very very rarely loses a package, but there are those rare times when items get damaged in transit.
Once a piece of mail leaves my hands at the post office, I have no control over it!
If you purchase more than one lot in my sale, please do not complete the checkout until I have emailed you an invoice with the reduced postage amount.
When you buy more than one lot, I reduce the shipping total, and if you pay for each purchase separately, I get charged an extra 30 cents for each item by paypal.
The fees add up quickly when I’m selling items for as little as $2.99 each!
has begun collecting a fee on the shipping cost in addition to the selling price!
What does it cost to sell on ?
charges me 12% on sales, which means for instance: on a $2.99 sale:
I pay ................. 36 cents,
paypal .............. 30 cents
+ 2.9% to paypal . 9 cents
monthly listing fee .. 5 cents per item.
This means a cost of 80 cents on the sale of a $2.99 postcard, and that doesn’t even include my purchase cost, the cumulative listing fees of 5 cents per month, monthly store fee of $49.95, and packaging materials.
Before I even sell anything, I already owe over $100 every month!
Timely payment for items is appreciated!
I usually send out an unpaid item reminder after a week or so if payment has not been received.
Paypal is a good system for buyers, paypal and , and a costly one for sellers, who pay all of the fees connected with it!
does not like “dangerous paper payments” because then they do not collect the extra paypal fees.
They decided to force all sellers to go through paypal, which I understand is half-owned by ; no wonder!
Items are subject to prior sale in the very rare instance that I may forget to remove a listing after making a sale in my shop.
Seven-day return privilege on all items, return postage paid by the buyer, provided the items are returned in the same condition they were in when they were mailed to the buyer.
I do not file response until you do, because I am not satisfied unless you are!
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions, or problems with an order!
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