• That means ...

    • SUPerb : Stamp in very fine quality, best at the normal quality
    • Very Fine : Stamp in fine quality, no fault
    • Fine/Very Fine : stamp in good quality with very little fault (value a little less at the normal).
    • Fine : Stamp with little fault, nice to see with price less at the normal.
    • DEFault : Stamp with fault, very low price.

    • Mint never hinged, intact gum
    • Mint hinged
    • used
    • no gum
    • Mint not original gum nine
    • imporferated
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

List of questions, click on it that interests you.

Is it necessary to have a user account, what are the benefits?

For your shopping ' Net price ' only , the user account is not necessary but you can not encode names , first names , address every time you buy. Having a user account, you will be entitled also to a loyalty card which allows for 5% of the commands (see the FAQ " Loyalty Card " ) and that receive a "reservation" 2 hours on selected lots. The user account allows you to retain your personal information ( respecting confidentiality ) and avoid this constraint.

So to use this method, you can make purchases ' Net price ' only, you go to ' My Cart' , you click the button ' fenced my shopping ', a login page opens, in the bottom right and up this form, you click the ' continue without account ' button. You then fill out the order form (Name and address, ...) and you confirm. You will receive a confirmation email , it 'll just wait for the mail payment request .

By cons for sale ' auction ', it is not possible to participate without registering and have a user account, because it is impossible to handle deals not attach to an account.

Categories, how it works?

To get to the categories, just click on "Categories".

Look at the side of the "continents", Africa, America ...

If you click on "Europe", you will see all the European countries, are available for the lots, with the number of lots in parentheses. If you click on "All Stamps of Europe", you will see the lists of European lots, which are all different.
You can search by category refine.

Click for example on "Belgium", then you will see the list of categories and subcategories for Belgian Stamps; You can then:

  • Click on the desired sub-category, for example, "1849-1909" and then see all items from these selected time.
  • Click a more accurate sub-category, for example "epaulettes", if you are looking for this.
  • Click on the link above "All Stamps of Belgium", then you see all the stamps from all subcategories.
  • Click on the link "Return to Europe", then come back to select another continent, Africa ...

And so on.

The character ">>" right of the categories indicates that even subcategories are there, then you can refine your search by clicking on the link or "All of stamps:" click, to see all the lots regarding this category.

You can also see for each batch the category that corresponds to the desired item. You can click above to this category to filter, then you will only see items from these subcategories.

Similarly, for each batch, you can see the country that corresponds to the stamp (on the category); You can also click above to return to the list of categories and to have a choice.

Think also of the "fil d'Ariane" (up to bottom "Categories") for the above example: "Sale Price>>Europe>>Belgium>>1849-1909>>1849 epaulettes" click, because you can click the links to in the "navigate to" (If the "European" button, you will see the category "Europe")

See also the "Select by Type": collect stamps only ** (without rebate), then you can type in "**" and you see only lots with stamps ** (without rebate). See explanations in this FAQ

 

Researches, how it works?

There are several search mode.

1) In the "All stamps": if you do a search in this section, the search will be on all the stamps that are on the site in all section.

2) In the section "net price" will search in the patches that are in the net price.

3) In the section "on offer" will be searched in the stamps that are on offer in the sale.

4) In the "News": the search will be in the patches that are in the news.

5) In the "Deals" will be searched in the patches that are in the promos.

6) In the "Good Business" will be searched in the stamps that are in good business.

How to sort items by "type" (**/mnh, *(mh), O(used), ...)?
Below "Keyword Search", you have a drop-down list, choose y "type" of stamps you collect, you will then see that lots corresponding to your choice.
What do the abbreviations quality (SUP, TB, etc ...) and type (**, *, etc ...)?

Abbreviations are used to define

    the quality of the lot you are watching.

- SUP : Fantastic stamp of exceptional quality, above normal
- TB : Very Nice : stamp normal quality without any defect
- B / TB : Beautiful / Very Fine : stamp in good quality defect
                                        minimal hardly diminishing its value.
- B : Beautiful Stamp of lower quality but with a slight defect
                        very beautiful appearance. Price calculated accordingly. can
                        agree to a collector a little less difficult .
- DEF: DEFaut : stamp with fault and presented to a
                                 very low price.

    type of lot that you look.

- ** : Mint never hinged
- *: Trace of hinge or hinge .
- O: canceled
- (*) : Mint gum
- (**) : Mint not original gum nine
- ND : imperforated


You will find an explanation of the abbreviations by hovering the mouse over the '?' each lot , or on the '?' at top right .


What is the question marks beside the type and quality?

Small question marks are there for, at any time, you can see what is the abbreviations of quality and type. You only have to move your mouse over for a menu appears.

You can also see them at any time in the upper right of the page.

The button "To Follow", what is it?

To follow is to place your lot in a list in order to a more selective choice of items that you order, this button might also call "Add to my watching list".

These lots will then place left after your baskets.

You can manage this list, see the lot, remove it from the list ...

Reference number, for what?

The reference number it never changes. There will always be the same number as this is the classification number. So if you see interesting stamps to find them more easily, take note of the reference number, if it is not sold, you can always find it.

For orders by fax, by mail or by mail, use this number.

What are the sections News, Deals and Bargains?

The News section is there for all the innovations that we will post on the site. We strive to bring new online batch each week.

Special section (promo)  is for the lots on which we practice discounts, these lots will be randomly selected by the program each week.

Bargain section is for larger batches in general, collection, accumulation, end collection ...

Be careful, you will not find these items in the lots concerned, not the entirety of the proposed lots.

What are the fees?

There is NO COST to sell.

a lump sum of 0.50 euros will be required for all orders under 25 euros paid by PAYPAL.

For an amount exceeding 25 euros, 3% is charged for a payment by PAYPAL.

You can pay directly from the website by clicking on the PAYPAL button you will find the bottom of your invoice by email.

All costs of shipping and payment are clearly stated in the 'Payment Information' (see sections left on the home page) or by clicking here.

Information on offer, how it works?

This is an auction , working with increments .

from 0 to 10 € : + 0.10 €

from 10.01 to 25 € : + 0.25 €

from 25.01 to 50 € : + 0.50 €

from 50.01 to 100 € : + 1.00 €

from 100.01 to 500 € : + 2.00 €

from 500.01 to 1000 € : + 5.00 €

above 1000 € : + 10.00 €


It is essential to create a user account for this sale because it would be impossible to manage auctions.

You can make a maximum offer and as another bidder will not make a higher bid , the lot will be acquired . Example: A lot 10 euros, you place a bid 15 euros if another bidder up 12 euros the lot you have acquired to 12.25 euros, etc ... By cons , if another bidder places a bid in 15.25 euros , the lot is for him, but you will be notified by email and you can, if you wish, again a higher price ( the minimum bid is noted below ) .

At the end of the sale, the one who has made the best offer will win the lot .

The maximum bid you place is of course visible to you , in your cart.

Tenders submitted are handled automatically by the program, we can not at any time act on these offers.

Sale Price Net, how it works?

It is a net sale price, it's easy , a lot of interest, you click the ' I buy ' , the batch will in your cart.

If you are logged in, this lot is reserved for 2 hours you must " close shopping" for it is definitely you . If you do not fence in this period , the batch calls into sales .

But beware, if you are not connected, as you have not closed your purchases, items that are in your cart can still be bought by other people.

In this case, when you Close my shopping, a message will warn you that the lot or lots (purchased by others in the meantime ) are no longer available.

When you click ' Close my shopping ', the lot is definitely and you will receive a payment request by email (unless you also have lots ' sale on offer ' and that you checked in your profile " merge baskets " ) . In this case, you lots are purchased , but you will receive a consolidated invoice for all your purchases at the end of the sale on offer.

It is possible to buy in this sale without an account, but then it takes to fill each order address form .

All Stamps, how it works?

If you choose the heading 'All Stamps' you have access to the entire batch (supply, net price, new products, special deals), which allows you to search on all lots offered.

You must have an account to use this section as lots of sales on offer are included.

Loyalty card, how it works?
For each command, the amount of your purchases will be reported on your loyalty card in a single box. Upon command, a voucher for 5% of this amount will be deducted. So for example, an order for 100 euros and the following command (for example 50 euros) your bill will be reduced by 5 euros (5% of 100 euros).
In addition, the amount of 2nd order (50 euros) will be transferred to your loyalty card for the next command, and so on. 

This voucher is valid -> 6 weeks (if not more fidelity).

Consignments " Promos" and " Good Deals " are not taken into account for the loyalty card, the reduction being made already .

The amount of " discount loyalty card " will not be carried forward to the new "card".

This amount may be used only deduction order .

Merge baskets, how, why?

If you buy the 2 types of sales (supply and net), you have the option to group your orders by checking the box 'Merge your baskets' which is located in your profile (only one account).

If you want your order (only net price) as soon as possible, you should uncheck "Merge your cart", at that time you will receive your invoice and you will not have to wait for the sale on offer.

The mancolistes, can you send?

We accept for the moment the mancolistes but only for Belgian stamps after 1965 and before 2000 (odd or series). In general, the availability prior to this date will be on site with photos.

Exceptions (which will be communicated at your request) will be priced at 30% of the corresponding odds overwhelmingly in 'price-post' (face).

We will endeavor to respond to your requests based on availability.

I have 2 different baskets, why?

There are two basket because there is two distinct sales.

1) Selling on offer that ends at a specific time after the clock.

2) The net selling price is in direct purchase.

If you want, you can merge your baskets (when you close your purchase price net, leaving the box "Merge your baskets" checked). You will then receive a single invoice when the sale is completed on offer (if you have any current offers). If not, you will first bill of the net price. And then selling on offer if you earned batchs.

The newsletter, why?

The newsletter is there to help you be informed about news posted on the site. On sale at net price, first to see lots, first served basis. If you are registered as soon as we add new lots, you will receive an email informing you of news.

NB: You can unsubscribe at any time.


All my batches with offer are in red?

If all items are in your basket for sale on offer are red, there are 2 solutions:

1) You are not connected. Login to your account and see the status of your current auctions, your won auction then appear in green.

2) If you are already connected, is that your bids have been exceeded. You can (if you want) place a higher bid provided that is not completed on the sale offer.

The banners on the homepage have arrows, why?

The arrows on headbands allow you to move the scroll lots more quickly or to return to the series before if you have not had time to look properly.

As long as you have the mouse pointer over a lot, scrolling stops and gives you a description.

By clicking on a lot of banners, it will send you directly to the lot in question with the details

What are the links on the home page?

Links (in blue) which is in the text of the home page are there to send you to the topic you have chosen. If you click on "News" in the text, it will send you directly to the heading News. Ditto for "Sale on offer", "net sale price", "All stamps" and "FAQ"

You can also click on the headings (under 'Home') to access the selected item.

When you return to the site, the stamps in the bands are not the same?

Headbands homepage automatically select 25 lots in the list that scrolls the following section.

In the banner 'All Stamps', a mixture of lots at auction, selling prices net, news, promotions and bargains. The passage of the mouse pointer gives a description of the lot, and just click on it to go to the page of the lot.

In the header News, News only, in the band Deals, Bargains and Good for Business.

When you refresh the home page where when you re-click 'Home' where when you simply returns to the site, 25 other batchs are selected by banner.

Numbers in parenthesis next to the categories, however they serve?

The numbers in parenthesis next to the categories let you know how many batchs there in the category. For example: "America (81)" it means that there is 81 lots in the category America.

Categories containing no lot will not be displayed.

Translation, Icon to the description of each batch?

This is a translation icon, click on it and a new window opens with a page of Google translation, you can see a description of the lot in your native language.

This translation will certainly approximate because Philately employs some specific language, but most will be translated.

 You close this page and return you to the place you left on the site.