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Vintage Adult Books

San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.

Bookseller Rating: 5-star rating

Vintage Adult Books

2107 Van Ness Ave Suite 408
San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.


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AbeBooks Bookseller Since: April 13, 2005

About Vintage Adult Books

We sell only explicit erotic books, primarily from the Golden Age of Erotica (1968-198x) but including other more recently published books sometimes, especially if the book is now out of print.

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Bookstore Terms

Prices are in US Dollars. Methods of Payment For US Residents: Any Credit Card accepted by ABEBooks. US Postal Money Order (made out to "Paul Jimerson") A Personal Check (made out to "Paul Jimerson") - I am in California. Checks from out of state will be deposited promptly but the order cannot be shipped until the check has cleared. For those Outside of the US: Any credit card ABEBooks will accept.

Shipping Terms:

Domestic Shipping (Within the US): If you choose Standard Shipping, orders of 1-3 books are shipped via 1st class mail. Orders of 4 or more titles are shipped via USPS Priority Mail regardless of whether you choose Standard or Expedited Shipping but depending upon the # of books you order Expedited Shipping may cost less than Standard because the Expedited Shipping charge is always the same. Adding more books to your order will not raise the cost of Expedited Shipping. International Shipping: Postage varies considerably depending upon where you are. The only reasonably priced option available is Airmail from the U.S.Postal Service. It is my understanding the Global Priority mail travels no faster than Airmail even though it is more expensive so I don't use it. Packages usually arrive - in Europe within 10-14 days. - in Canada after as much as 3 weeks due to border delays. - elsewhere within 2-4 weeks. General Principles: I am disturbed by book sellers whose shipping fees are too high. It is my intention to ensure that shipping fees never become a source of revenue. What I pay the mail carrier to ship your order should be roughly equivalent to the shipping charge you pay. I don't charge a 'handling fee' or for packing supplies. Like most of the booksellers I deal with I pay very little for packing supplies. I usually re-use envelopes and boxes that came along with items that were shipped to me. With regards to 'handling fees' this seems to me like a fee the customer has to pay the seller in order for the seller to ship their order, but in my opinion some things ought to come with the original purchase price. I don't require any additional payment in order to make your order ready to for shipment. :-)