Frequently Asked Questions
How do I order from PRP?
Before ordering, please email punkrockposters.net to confirm availability. All UK transactions are covered up to the value of £28.00 for items lost in the post. For items ABOVE this value we would strongly recommend that insurance is taken for the full value of the item. Please email punkrockposters.net for prices.
What happens if it doesn’t work out?
All transactions are covered by my no quibble seven-day refund (excluding postage and insurance costs). Please note that there is no longer a fee for paying by paypal.
How will my poster/flyer be sent?
All posters are sent in a ROLLED cardboard or plastic poster tube.
How do I pay?
We accept Paypal and Western Union BIDPAY. Personal cheques are accepted from UK customers ONLY. Please allow 10 working days for bank clearance. Please email punkrockposters.net for full details
- P.F.G — This item has been professionally framed & glazed
- MINT — no folds, pinholes, stickytape, tears or whatever
- EX — first class condition “for its age”, but may have the the odd corner pinhole as stated
- VGG++ — May have been folded in the past, with corner tears and possible corner pinholes as stated
- VG+ — Will have pinholes/folds, possible corners missing and perhaps the odd tear
- VG — For avid collectors who MUST have it regardless of condition
Am I seeing what I get on PRP?
Please note all pictures have been taken by digital camera and in some cases there may flash reflections. Further photos available on request
I’m a fan. I first got into punk in my home town of Edinburgh and my first loves were Ultravox (the John Foxx era ONLY — I was devastated when John left the band and was replaced by Midge Ure). To this day I see around 40 bands a year and I’m still as up for live gigs as I’ve ever was. The buzz factor is very much still present and at the ripe old age of nearly 46 I hope it continues.
There are many books written about the music revolution of the 70s 80s and 90s but very few show a decent amout of posters, with the exception of the Sex Pistols book “Satellite”, so this website was born out of failure — the failure to find a decent supply of posters dedicated to the UK Punk scene.
It’s taken a couple of years to move from frustration to fruition and along the way I’ve had plenty of encouragement from my wife Anne. Finally, Max from sceneonthe.net helped me transform my dream into reality.