Print is 27x39 inches. I’m told by seller it’s £38 for Global Economy. Shipped to Singapore btw.barneycantankerous wrote:What is the size of the print? I'm based in the UK and when I ship international, including cover, it usually runs £18-22 for a 24x36 print. That being said on a couple of occasions I've gotten into arguments with the post office staff because they don't know how to measure diameter and miscalculate the size or choose the wrong postage option (below 2KGs they should be selecting Small Parcel).Count wrote:Paid £18 for shipping as listed. Now he wants £20 more.
Talk about art related subjects here. Post lifespan is 1 year.
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barneycantankerous wrote:arguments with the post office staff because they don't know how to measure diameter
Fun to watch a postal worker who keeps turning a tube around and having no clue how to measure it. Pretty weird fudge because it does not seem to be some rocket science fudge, yet it happens at least 1 out of 10 times (probably being very generous with these numbers).
That explains it - the limit is 104cm (total) with Royal Mail then it goes to ParcelForce.Count wrote:I’m told by seller it’s £38 for Global Economy. Shipped to Singapore btw.
Tell him to check out a site called "Parcel Monkey" - they are a third party shipping provider. I just threw in some rough numbers that might match the tube and he could potentially do it with DPD for £20-22. Hopefully that helps!
I'd ask for photo proof or neg himCount wrote:Anyway, seller said he would ship the print to me anyway, and few hours later claimed the print was damaged while he was packing it and so he will refund me. Whatever.
ciphe wrote:I'd ask for photo proof or neg himCount wrote:Anyway, seller said he would ship the print to me anyway, and few hours later claimed the print was damaged while he was packing it and so he will refund me. Whatever.
they probably just want to scan it, make counterfeits, and then return the original to you. no need to fear.shoeless wrote:Shipping a KAWS figure to Singpore- Do or Dont?
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Been reading this thread for info, quite informative thank you! eBay is a blessing and a curse. Purchased a fake Tuten Floyd AoR 4.47 earlier this year. Seller ended up refunding me but the whole process was a month plus and a huge PIA. Ended up losing $30 in the deal as I paid to have it authenticated, but that's better than having a fake framed on my wall, lol