Our policy is fairness and straightforwardness.
We guarantee that our goods are as described - or we will refund the full price plus postage & packing costs.
Any complaint must be made within 7 days of receipt.
Condition of stock
Magazines are sold as being at least 'very good' (in complete and sound condition) unless otherwise described.
Many of the post-war Radio Times are unused original copies. Although some have sustained damage (as described), most are in lovely condition.
Mint - as-new.
Fine - new-looking in appearance, with only minor inconspicuous blemishes.
Very good - smart in appearance, with no major imperfections.
Good - reasonable in appearance but clearly a used copy.
Fair - worn and well used, with significant faults such as marks; creases; fraying; tears; marginal chips; etc.
Poor - shabby and clearly mistreated: with significant faults such as marks; creases; fraying; tears; damaged margins; etc.
Defaced - something unsightly has been added to the front cover.
Defective - means a cover, page or piece containing print is missing.
Images are 'stock images' - unless described 'as illustrated' or 'Actual copy illustrated'.
Stock images are included to show the the cover picture, not the condition of the actual copy for sale.