Poster Art condition guidelines apply to posters, serigraphs, proofs, handbills, postcards and programs.
If condition is not listed for an item you can be assured that it is in mint condition.
In rare cases we may find that such an item is in less than near mint condition;
if that occurs you will be contacted prior to the shipping of your order.
Mint: Item is in the same condition as the day it was made. Near Mint: Item is in "never-used" condition and has been carefully preserved since it was printed. The item should appear to be in superb, nearly perfect condition. Very Good: A well cared-for item that shows minor condition issues around the borders, such as single pinholes, small creases, soft corners, or light discoloration. Fair: Item shows visible wear from handling, such as creases and small tears. It is physically worn, but is still considered collectible. Poor: Item is fairly worn, showing significant aesthetic issues. Contains notable flaws and is possibly missing pieces.
Shipping with Care - Our Packaging Policy
No matter the value of the poster you buy from PAE, we always take great care of packaging your purchase to make sure it arrives at your door unscathed by shipping.
Each poster is packaged and prepared for freight according to our strict guidelines as follows:
Your poster is affixed to a thick cardboard sheet to maintain stability and prevent bending and folding.
All corners are inserted into a padded envelope corners to protect them from accidental damage
The poster is inserted into a thick, durable polybag to protect against moisture
The order is then inserted into a thick stay-flat envelope for secure and discreet shipping.