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This website operates a very simple privacy policy.

Excepting information given to us by you in the course of completing an order via our online shop, we gather no personal information about visitors to this website. Any personal information you choose to give us will remain strictly confidential and used only for the purpose of communication regarding your order. We will not share that information with anyone else. Nor will we send you unsolicited e-mails or newsletters.

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