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As of 6-20-2011 we are now using eBay Checkout. The billing and shipping address must be the same.
Contact us BEFORE you pay. We can usually combine shipping for multiple items. Please note that often paintings, larger items, and items of disparate size or fragility cannot be combined. Contact us for details.
Payment Due Date
Payment is due no later than 4 days from the auction end date. We reserve the right to report any unpaid auction items to e-Bay after 4 days and to re-list them
without any further notice to the original winning bidder.
We accept the following forms of payment:
Custom payment options are available. Contact us for details.
- American Express
For privacy reasons and to protect your personal payment information we do not accept credit card payments over the phone. We only take credit cards through our secure online checkout. When you are done shopping please click on the checkout button and enter your shipping information.
Customs duties taxes, brokers fees, and VAT are the responsibility of each buyer. We do not falsify customs documents to assist you in evading your lawful taxes.
For all items delivered within the State of Florida or picked up in person, we are required to collect Florida Sales Tax at the rate specified for Pinellas County, currently 7% of the selling price and shipping/handling. Unless the purchaser provides a copy to us, either by fax or email, of a current Form DR-13 Florida Annual Resale Certificate for Sales Tax, in the name of the purchaser, we will charge 7% Florida Sales Tax on the purchase. The name on the DR-13 must be shown on the shipping name and address.
Exemption from Florida Sales Tax cannot be provided for deliveries within Florida even when the purchaser may be exempt in their resident State or Country. Only Florida Form DR-13 will be accepted.
If you are entitled to an exemption from Florida Sales Tax and do not comply with the above, Florida Sales Tax will be charged. You may be entitled to claim the amount paid on Line 6, Less Lawful Deductions of Form DR-15, Florida Sales and Use Tax Returns.