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Bricklink Seller Review - Derek & Sons Brick

I love family companies. When the progeny cares enough about their heritage to be a part and be groomed to take over someday, this is truly a legacy. Gives you the warm fuzzies, eh? Of course let's not analyze it too closely lest we are reminded of the North Korean Kim dynasty or indeed, many other dynasties. Back on track though, I am rather proud that my children are interested in working with me on whatever I do whether it be drawing house plans or running a museum. Derek must be proud too.



Profile
Seller: Derek & Sons Brick
Store: http://www.bricklink.com/store.asp?p=DEREKFST
Feedback (at time of writing): 4920
Feedback Ratio: 99.9% positive (mature responses to the 5 non-positives)
Location: Australia, Victoria
Prices: Average

My Order
Order Size: 57 items, 30 lots
Condition: 100% Used
Shipping Charge: Minimum stated in terms
Other: $1 for orders under $10
Final Cost per Part: $0.17

Timeline
Order Date: Oct 13
Invoice Date: Oct 14
Payment Date: Oct 15
Shipping Date: Oct 16
Delivery Date: Oct 28

Order Details
Why this store: Bulk selection of a rare part
Packaging: Very well packed in little baggies, taped to paperboard, then inserted into a Tyvek bubble mailer.
Part condition: Good
Communication: Good
Feedback left: Positive
Odd telltale signs: none
Issues: None

Recommendation
Top notch, that. Selection of neat older used parts is pretty good. I have an odd wanted list (don't we all) and Derek met many of my needs. Depth was light though. Seller made a complaint in his terms about receiving so many high lot low count orders. Well, part of it has to do with his inventory. I bought out many lots and still couldn't get the part:lot count any better. But if you can get over $10 it's a no-brainer.