Well, the Johann Sebastian Bach flea market is the corner in the "Bach 4 You" shop, where the publisher offers everything that doesn't really fit on all other "shelves". There are, for example, books that we needed at some point, but not anymore. We've also always ordered some pieces twice ... and now we'd like to get rid of them. Of course, we can only listen to a CD if we can't give it back afterwards, and now it's here ... and becomes a bargain for you, for example the first one at the start of the project. One is not really offered with the books, the other not really with the antiques. There's the joker who sends us a new book back, but it doesn't look like a new anymore, so that we can sell it as new. So it becomes a bargain for you, and we are allowed to offer individual copies that are practically new – in Germany despite the so-called fixed book price – for a much smaller amount. Basically, of course, there is always only one of the bargains offered here ... and whoever comes first wins the race. It counts the receipt of the mail, the time of the order or your call.
Composers calendars, pipe organ calendars, music calendars ... with little defects, with tiny defects, with forgivable defects. So far it is clear. But what is not clear? What is not clear is how bad we find the error in relation to how bad you find the error. We no longer want to send these calendars as perfect calendars. Not to the USA, not to Canada, not to Australia ... and not to Northern Germany, the South, Switzerland and Austria. Because if you pay full price, you have to get a hundred percent good calendar. And just imagine if the buyer is disappointed and sends it back. From New Zealand, from Chile or from South Africa!
Sometimes our order from our printer doesn't come out perfectly, and we receive almost perfect calendars. We complain and shortly afterwards the perfect ones are in our publishing house. That leaves the "first try." Much too good to throw away, but not perfect enough to sell it as a perfect item.
A typical mistake is perfect printing and then cutting with a small offset of 1 to 2 millimeters. Instead of destroying it, we offer it in an environmentally friendly way. To you. From six feet or nine feet away, you can hardly see anything. Unless: The monthly pages are predominantly dark, then it becomes clear. That's why we have sorted out 4 of 12 different calendars. We no longer offer them at all. Eight, however, we think is a top deal, considering the low price. However, we ask for your understanding that reduced goods are excluded from exchange or return.
Attention: The frame is very slightly damaged on the right and left side (... see pictures below)!
Renate Bach Publishing "Bach 4 You" – Bildstrasse 25, 74223 Flein / Germany – Phone: +49 7131 576761 – info (at) bach4you.de