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Terms of Service (ToS)

As at August 1st 2011

1. Scope

The following Terms of Service in the version valid at the time of order are the sole Terms of Service applicable for the legal relationships established via this Internet shop between the operator of the shop (hereinafter referred to as the “vendor“) and its customers.

2. Conclusion of the contract

The presentation of goods in the Internet shop does not constitute a binding offer of the vendor for the conclusion of a contract of sale. The customer is hereby merely requested to submit an offer by placing an order.

By sending the order in the Internet shop the customer submits a binding offer aimed at the conclusion of a contract of sale for the goods contained in the basket. In sending the order the customer also accepts these ToS to be the sole governing ToS for the legal relationship with the vendor.

The vendor confirms receipt of the customer’s order with a confirmation e-mail. This order confirmation still does not constitute the acceptance of the contract offer by the vendor. Its purpose is simply to provide the customer with the information that the order has been received by the vendor. The declaration of acceptance of the contract offer is effected through the delivery of the goods.

3. Payment

The payment is made exclusively by cash in advance to the following account:

Swiss Bicycle License Plates
Johann Brüderlin-Strasse 3
4132 Muttenz
Bank CLER, 4002 Basel
IBAN: CH24 0844 0257 2522 0200 1


Shipping will take place once the payment has been credited to our account.

4. Time of delivery

Delivery of the goods takes place as soon as payment of the goods has been credited to the vendor’s account in full. It can take up to 5 working days for the funds to be credited to the vendor’s account, depending upon the method of payment.

5. Dispatch

The vendor confirms the dispatch of the goods with a confirmation e-mail to the customer. Swiss Post is assigned with the shipment of goods. Shipping occurs by registered post and is effected using the fastest mode of dispatch, “Priority“.


Shipment time (1)

Insurance (2)

Shipping costs (3)


1 day

to max. CHF 500




2-7 days

to max. CHF 150



Other countries

3-8 days

to max. CHF 150



1 Shipment times in accordance with information supplied by Swiss Post.

2 Higher insurance amounts are not possible. Insurance costs are included in the shipping costs.

3 The shipping costs are shown on the invoice in the currency selected by the customer. The shipping costs include packing, transport and insurance costs.

In order to guarantee optimum insurance cover, every item is sent out individually. For this reason, there is no reduction in shipping costs for the purchase of several items.

6. Duty

It is possible that duty fees and/or Value Added Tax may be levied depending upon the legislation of the country to which the goods are sent. The vendor has no influence over these costs; they are to be paid by the customer.

7. Quality

“Year Initials“ are commodities, i.e. like coins, the plates show significant signs of use to a lesser or greater extent. The vendor only sells high quality plates.

“Year Initials“ 1956 to 1988

A sample picture is shown in the shop for plates from the years 1956 to 1988, i.e. the customer receives a comparable plate of the same issue (year / initials). The vendor does not sell plates with missing parts or with holes which are not original. However, scratches, slight discoloration and mounting traces are common.

“Year Initials“ before 1956

Depending upon the Canton, the years before 1956 are single specimens, if they are obtainable at all. For this reason, the vendor also sells specimens from these “Year Initials“ with minor flaws. The majority of these plates have a unique design and, instead of the double initials, they often have others forms of lettering. So that the customer has full transparency in respect of design and quality, the exact specimen of the plate which the customer can purchase is shown for these plates.

Other goods

For all other goods, the quality is included in their detailed description.

8. Authenticity certificate

Every “Year Initials“ is an original. The customer receives a signed authenticity certificate for every plate. With this certificate, the vendor confirms that the goods delivered are bicycle license plates manufactured on behalf of the relevant Swiss authority and issued for the year indicated on the “Year Initials“. The serial number of the “Year Initials“ is recorded on each certificate.

The vendor confirms that he does not produce any additional “Year Initials“ , nor does he have any produced or deal in reproductions.

9. Presentation Box

“Year Initials“ from 1956 to 1988 are supplied in a specially designed, three-part presentation box in the size of a DVD box (see picture on the website). For plates before 1956 different packaging may be used (see detailed goods description).

10. Return of goods; no exchange

Goods may only be returned if the goods delivered do not match those ordered by the customer. In such cases, the return is to be notified to the vendor within 28 days after dispatch (as per postmark) using the contact form on the website. No exchange.

11. Warranty

The customer’s warranty rights comply with general legislation. A guarantee is not given by the vendor.

12. Disclaimer

Customer claims for compensation are excluded. This disclaimer is also valid for the benefit of the legal representatives and vicarious agents of the vendor.

Information on the disclaimer in respect of the use and availability of the data and hyperlinks can be found in our Disclaimer.

13. Data Privacy

Your registration data and certain other personal data are subject to our data privacy rule. You can find further information on this in our Data Privacy Statement.

14. Communication

How can I contact the vendor? In what languages can I communicate with the vendor?

All communication which exceeds the information available in the Internet shop is conducted in English or German. Communications directed at the vendor in other languages are not processed. A contact form is available on the website under “Contact“ for communications to the vendor.

15. Final provisions

Swiss Law applies to the contractual relationships between the vendor and the customer. The place of jurisdiction for all disputes pertaining to the contractual relationship between the customer and the vendor is the vendor’s domicile. In terms of questions of interpretation, the German version of these ToS shall be decisive.

The vendor reserves the right to modify the ToS at any time.

16. Severability Clause

Should any provision of these ToS be held to be void, the validity of the other provisions shall not be affected.