Every first day of the month we hold an auction with unique pieces. Lots are added up to and including the 15th of the previous month and bidding is always possible from the 16th.
Every week: Thousands of new additions to our webshop.
Advantages of a PostBeeld account
Although you can order items on the PostBeeld website without an account, shopping with a PostBeeld account offers many advantages.
If you are logged in to your account you can::
- Spread over several days the shopping process
- Make use of the 'Wishlist' function
- View the status of your order
- View your order history
- Save address details for following orders
- Make use of shopping credit
Spread over several days the shopping process
The content of your basket can be saved and when you next log in, you can continue shopping. However please understand that items are only reserved for you at the moment you check out and fulfilled your payment. In the meantime items in your basket can become sold-out.
Make use of the 'Wishlist' function
A useful tool to help make your collection complete is our Wishlist system. You can manage this via your account page. When you are looking for stamps/series in our catalogue that are shown as currently not in stock, you can place those items on your Wishlist.
As soon as they are back in stock you will receive a message from us with the link to the product page. This way you are assured that you are immediately informed when your wanted items are back in stock.
View the status of your order
View your order history
Save address details for following orders
On your PostBeeld account page you can manage your billing and shipping addresses. You can save these details so that your billing and shipping information is automatically entered when your next order is placed.
Make use of shopping credit
If you have sufficient credit balance, you can place an order without going through the payment procedure. You can obtain store credit by making a deposit into our bank account, by making a cash payment in one of our branches or by trading stamps.