Please confirm availability of a piece before paying. Email is the best way to reach me - info@rogerclarkart.com. I accept personal checks (on US banks), money orders, wire transfers, and paypal (for orders under $750).
  Roger Clark
  PO Box 2070
  Ridgway, CO 81432 USA

I can usually work with time payments - just email me for info on how I like to do them. Shipping is generally $13 for strips and modern art pages and $20 for large art pages, but shipping charges vary with the size of the piece, so if it's not stated with the description of the piece, please ask! Shipping includes delivery confirmation, but not insurance. International orders – I ship internationally by Global Express mail, which provides a tracking number. The cost is usually $45 for dailies and modern comic book art, and $60 for Sundays. On high value items I can ship by FedEx, and that is usually $125-250. I can accept payment from international customers in US dollars by international money order, wire transfer, and paypal for amounts under $750 or so. I do not insure international shipments. Customs documents will reflect the purchase price of the art.

Insurance

If desired, insurance is charged at the exact current postal service rate. Please note that I buy insurance on your behalf - I do NOT personally insure the shipment. If the item is lost or damaged, I will do all I can in terms of working with the post office, providing information, filing paperwork, etc. so that you can recover your loss. However, you are the party bearing the risk and I do not refund your payment then collect the insurance. I help you collect the insurance.

Returns

Before buying, please ask questions and study the scans for issues of concern to you. Any piece can be returned for any reason within 7 days, and I will refund 90% of the price. Shipping and insurance are not refunded. If the description and scans of a piece have significant errors, the piece can be returned within 7 days for a full refund including shipping and insurance. Please note that I do not always note all aspects of condition in the text description of the piece, nor do I always note things such as panels taped up from the back, use of zip, or other common practices of creating original comic art. I don’t consider these kinds of things to be condition issues, and these kinds of omissions do not qualify as significant errors in the description.