We email a weekly newsletter to subscribers which gives details of all new vintage stock added since the previous newsletter.
If you wish to receive the newsletter simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We need your email address and your full name.
(Please note: you may unsubscribe at any time and we will not share your details with any third party).
The best way to check whether we get something in that you want is either to subscribe to this newsletter or keep a regular eye on our What’s New page. Due to the high volumes of back issues we deal in every week we are not able to accept wants lists.
The newsletter is usually sent out on Sundays while the shop is closed; this is just before the week’s new stock is listed on the What’s New page. Many orders are usually received by email on Sunday and, to be fair to everyone, we treat them strictly in the order they’re received, although replies will not usually be sent until the shop reopens on Monday morning (because even we need a bit of a day off now and again!). So, any orders by email on Sunday will be dealt with before anything can be promised to anyone phoning on Monday morning; our phone line is very busy on Monday morning and you may find you can’t get through anyway!
To stand the best chance of getting any item that catches your eye, it’s best to email as soon as you see it and, if you’re sure you want it, commit to it in your email. If you’re the first to do so, it will be reserved for you (for a maximum of 3 days pending payment) and you’ll get a reply from us on Monday as soon as we can manage it.
Please remember that in the vast majority of cases, we will only have one copy of any given item and inevitably, when it’s one in high demand, someone is going to be disappointed at missing out.
We aim to answer all emails within 48 hours (90% will be replied to same day, other than Sundays). If you’re expecting an email from us and it doesn’t appear to arrive, please check your junk/spam folder in case it ends up there. If so, please mark us as a ‘safe sender’ on your system to prevent this happening again.