Re: [z_scale] international Z'ing
- I had a shipment from Herties in Munich, to the US two years ago.
The box was about 4 cubic feet. Herties paid about 40 DM so ship it.
--- FR.model@... wrote:
> "its_all_downhill" <its_all_downhill@...> schrieb:__________________________________
> >Hello all
> >Just a quick enquiry, I am think of buy some loco items from
> >Ebay, as here in UK its around �130 for Swiss stuff, but have been
> >quoted 16-20 EUR for insured postage to UK. Does this sound about
> >right as it seem rather high to me?
> this is right for an insured parcel up to 4 kg.
> >I have looked on the German Post site and have had problems
> >out the many options. But it would seem with out insurance, for a
> >loco, it would be around 6 Euros?
> A not insured parcel up to 2 kg cost EUR 11,70
> But one or two locos can be sent as "Maxibrief"
> up to 50 g EUR 1,53
> 100g 2,56
> 250g 4,09
> 500g 6,14 (at this price you can ship many locos)
> 750g 8,18
> 1000g 10,23
> 1500g 14,32
> I would recommend to ship without insurance but registered. This
> EUR 3,- extra.
> I agree. It is difficult to understand all price options of German
> Unfortunately these prices and options change annual.
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