We accept all major credit cards, PayPal, personal checks, and money orders (drawn on U.S. banks only). If you must pay by mail, we recommend paying by money order or cashiers check. Orders paid for by personal checks will be processed when the check clears our bank. Please see ‘Order by Mail’ for detailed mailing instructions.
18” x 26.5”
I am committed to your satisfaction. All sales are 100% guaranteed.
If for any reason you are not fully satisfied with your purchase, you may return it to us within 30 days of receipt of your order, and we will send you a free replacement, or issue you a refund (less shipping and handling). Refunds are not applicable for damaged returns. Therefore, please be sure your order arrives in satisfactory condition, and always use a traceable method.
Prints are shipped worldwide and are delivered via USPS. Rush delivery services are available for additional fees. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with FAST SHIPPING NEEDED in the subject line.
If you receive a damaged package, please contact us immediately at email@example.com. Please keep all packaging and contents.
Order by Mail
If you prefer to order by mail, please make checks* or money orders payable to: RARA, LLC and be sure to include a telephone number or email where you can be reached if needed. Mail to:
32 County Road
Stamford, VT 05352
VT residents must add 6% sales tax. Include your full name, address, telephone number & email if any. I do not share, sell, or give out any of your personal information to anyone.
*Please allow 5-10 days for check verification.
Each print is hand selected, gently rolled, and inserted into a sturdy mailing tube. The tubes are custom designed to hold each print firmly during shipping. Each print is then processed and shipped USPS first class mail with delivery confirmation on the very next business day, unless otherwise noted. International orders are shipped using the most economical means possible – additional shipping charges may apply.
Thank you for your order!
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