This page was last updated on November 13th 1999.

Ordering and Payment information


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All prices in my lists are in Swedish Kroner (SEK). Please do NOT send any money without contacting me first. In most cases I send the records within a working week from the day I have received the payment. The following methods are possible for payment, please note that there will an extra charge for some of them:

  • Cash:

  • Cash, by registered mail, in Swedish Kroner (SEK) or in most western currencies. All cash is sent at your own risk. The valid rate will be e-mailed to you. Please do not use bills that are worth more then around SEK 1000, and not less then SEK 10. I will accept only the following coins: £1, DEM 5 & 2. Please do not send bills with the value of DEM 5 or £1, as the banks here will not accept them. People from the UK, please try to avoid bills from Scotland as these are hard to exchange here. 
  • Eurogiro:

  • Available from most European countries, Japan and a few other places. Payment to my Postgirokonto (Girobank Account/Postal Giro Account/Compte chèques postaux/Post-scheckkonto/Postrekening). Mainly done at a post office. Arrange payment by Eurogiro to "Postgirot Bank, Stockholm, Sweden" to be credited my account No. 615 28 81-6. Must be payable in SEK and add 35:- extra for my incoming charge. If paying this way, please send this invoice (or a copy of it) back to me. 
  • IMO (International Money Order):

  • You can pay by an IMO (International Money Order), must be made payable in Swedish Kroner (SEK). If paying this way, please send me an e-mail telling me that you do. IMO's are generally handled by the postal administration, so you will probably fix this at your local post office. 
  • SWIFT:

  • To be made in SEK only. Make it payable to my account 615 28 81-6 in Postgirot Bank, Stockholm, Sweden, their SWIFT address is PGSI SESS. Add SEK 40 extra for my incoming charge. This is probably done at your local bank or post office. 
Please note that I do not accept any bank drafts, cheques or Eurocheques. I prefer IMO or SEK in cash. I strongly recommend to send all cash in a registered or insured letter. Check which method is the cheapest for you.

If you click on the button below, you can convert SEK to your currency. Please note that this is just a rough guide.

Postage & Packing

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If nothing else is stated when ordering, I will send B-post in Europe and A-post to the rest of the world. B-post will take 5-10 days in Europe. For the rest of the world 10-20 days. But it is cheaper, especially for heavier packages. If the total weight exceeds 2 kg I may send it in several packages. The short form P&P is often used to describe Postage & Packing

If you want me to use registered mail, there will be an additional cost of SEK 45. You can add this yourself before sending the money. For orders over 1000:- that is sent in one package this is free.

I will not be responsible for any custom charges, local taxes etc. You have to pay any custom fees, or other taxes and fees that might be added. Though normally there isn't any. Within the European community there should be none.

When you receive the records, there may be a green customs sticker on the packet (only outside the EC). The value may be a lot lower then what you have paid, this is so that you will not have to pay any custom fees.


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Robert Velén
Orkestergatan 29
SE-421 39 Västra Frölunda
Sweden (or Schweden, Suede or what ever Sweden is called in your language)

Telephone: +46-31 709 7447
[Mon-Fri 18-22, Sat-Sun 12-22.30 Central European Time
Please respect the telephone hours.]
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