EnquiriesIf you wish to obtain further information about an object, or request a shipping quote, please contact us. Written descriptions and photographs of every object we sell are available upon request. These can be sent to you by e-mail or through the post.
Please note that we can reserve an object for one week only.
It is also possible to place search orders, or to ask to be notified about new items.
How to orderPlease contact us by e-mail, mail or telephone (for our non-European customers: please bear in mind the time difference; time in Holland is one hour ahead of UTC/GMT).
If using e-mail, we strongly advise you not to include any payment details (such as credit card numbers) in your message.
Please note that availability of all objects is subject to prior sale. Once we have received your order, we will confirm availability of the object and inform you about the calculated shipping and insurance costs.
Shipping costsShipping costs will be calculated on a per order basis. On average these costs will not exceed 5% of the purchase price for destinations within Europe, and 10% for destinations outside Europe.
PaymentAll payments must be made in Euro. Please do not send any money before you have received confirmation of availability of the object. Payment can be made in the following ways:
- wire transfer into the bank account of Alexander Ancient Art
International Bank Account Number (IBAN): NL42 INGB 0652 2065 06
Bank Identifier Code (BIC): INGB NL 2A
Bank Details: ING Bank Bijlmerdreef 109 1102 BW Amsterdam The Netherlands
- Paypal (using the e-mail address email@example.com)
Export licencesIn conformity with the legislation of the European Union and the Netherlands all objects in our catalogue require an export license if they are dispatched outside the European Union, regardless of their value.
We will take care of the application for an export license, for which there will be no additional charges.
Please be informed that because of this, the dispatch of your purchase may be slightly delayed, since the whole process will take some time (approximately two to three weeks on average, but this is beyond our control).