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Orders ship from warehouse within 72 hours. US orders should arrive within 2 to 5 weeks. Canadian orders, 1 to 3 weeks. International orders, 3 to 6 weeks. Some international destinations require lengthy delivery times, this is not under our control. Tracking numbers and expedited shipping options are currently not available.
SkyscraperPage.com is not responsible for undeliverable orders due to invalid addresses. If your order is returned to us we will reship your order only if you pay an additional shipping charge. Otherwise, we will refund your original payment less the shipping charge and a $10 handling fee. SkyscraperPage.com is not responsible for customs or shipping delays once an order has been shipped. All orders are shipped by Canada Post.
Packaging We use tough shipping tubes for all orders. Our tubes are custom designed to withstand shipping conditions and guarantee your order arrives in excellent condition. Inside the shipping tube, individual posters are rolled in plastic sleeves and are protected by padding from abrasions during shipping.
There are a variety of ways SkyscraperPage posters can be mounted for display. Most framing stores will be able to provide these options for you.
• Framing - The most elaborate mounting method, framing gives you many options to enhance the look of a poster. Choose a wood or metallic frame which complements the colors of the poster, and a mat if appropriate. The glass pane creates a shinny, crisp look while protecting the poster surface from dirt and moisture. Mounting hardware on the back enables you to hang the poster and frame flat against a wall.
• Block mounting - This method adheres the poster to a wood board, typically with a bevelled edge and the exposed edges painted black. A groove is cut into the back for hanging flat against a wall. A lamination film can also be applied to the poster surface to protect it from dirt and moisture, and to create a glossier, more finished look.
• Foam board mounting - This method adheres the poster to a thin foam board to prevent curving and wavering of the poster surface. A hanging bracket can also be attached to the back. A lamination film can also be applied to the poster surface to protect it from dirt and moisture, and to create a glossier, more finished look. This is a fairly inexpensive mounting option.
• Lamination - This method sandwiches the poster between two thin layers of clear plastic. The poster surface is protected from bumps, dirt and moisture while still keeping the poster flexible and able to be rolled up.