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The operator of the website www.edgar-mohrmann.de is the firm:

Auktionshaus EDGAR MOHRMANN & Co.
Internat. Briefmarken-Auktionen GmbH

Kleine Reichenstraße 1
20457  Hamburg, Germany

Telefon: 040/68 94 70-0

Managing Director: Mr Christoph Gärtner
Commercial Register of the Municipal Court of Hamburg, Registry No.: HRB 135133
Tax Number: 299114985

You can reach us per e-mail at: auktion@edgar-mohrmann.de

In its decision from 12 May 1998, the State District Court of Hamburg ruled that by introducing an attached link the operator of a website may possibly bear a co-responsibility for the content of those websites which have been linked.

This potential co-responsibility on the part of the operator can be prevented only by distancing oneself explicitly from linked content.

We have attached links to other websites on the pages of our internet website. The following applies for all of these links:
We expressly emphasize that we have no influence whatsoever on the design and content of linked websites. We therefore hereby distance ourselves explicitly from all content on any and all linked websites contained on our entire website, including all subcategories thereof.

This declaration applies for all of the links introduced and attached to our website, as well as for all of the content on all websites to which links or banners lead.

Data Privacy Policy

With the following statement we are fulfilling our statutory disclosure obligation and notifying you regarding the storage of data, the type of data involved, the intended purpose for the data and our identity. We are equally giving notification concerning initial transmission and the type of data transmitted.

1. Subject Matter of Data Protection
The subject matter of data protection deals with personal data. These are individual details pertaining to the personal or factual circumstances of a specific or specifiable natural person. For instance the name, postal address or e-mail address, but also usage data such as the IP address of a computer.

2. Automatic Anonymous Collection, Processing and Usage of Data
We automatically collect, process or utilise non-personal information that your browser transmits to us (cookies). This information includes:
- browser type/version,
- operating system,
- referer URL (source of a link),
- IP address (host name of the computer being used),
- time of the server query.

In the case of most Web browsers it is possible to select a setting via the “Settings” function on the menu bar so that your browser does not accept any new cookies in the future or deactivates cookies that have already been received. However, impairments of individual functions on the internet website can occur as a result. Nonetheless, if you still want to reduce the use of cookies, it is to be ensured that every computer and browser you work with exhibits the desired level of protection.

3. Induced Collection, Processing and Usage of Personal Data
The collection, processing or usage of personal data is fundamentally not necessary in order to utilise the internet website. This does not occur due to activity on our part, either.

A collection, processing or usage of data occurs solely to the extent that you give your personal data voluntarily. This can be required, for example, in the following cases:

(1) Newsletter
If you would like to receive our newsletter we require a functioning e-mail address assigned to you along with other personal data that enable us to verify that you are the owner of the e-mail address indicated. You can revoke consent to the storage of personal data, the e-mail address and the utilisation thereof towards shipment of the newsletter at any time.

(2) Disclosure to government institutions, agencies and offices
We disclose data to government institutions, agencies and offices authorised to obtain information solely within the framework of statutory obligations or due to a court ruling.

(3) Advertising
We utilise the customer’s personal data for the purpose of doing business with addresses or for advertising. However, this is done solely to the extent that consent on the part of the customer has been given (see below).

(4) Data communication abroad
We fundamentally do not communicate any data collected abroad.

4. Minors
We are particularly interested in ensuring the safeguarding of children’s personal data. For this reason no intentional collection, processing or usage of data occurs whatsoever on the part of minors to the extent that the parents or legal guardians have not given their consent. As soon as we realise that minors are entering personal data themselves without appropriate consent, or that personal data is being entered via such persons, we shall delete this data without delay.

5. Right to Access Information
The customer always has the opportunity to ask for information about the data being stored regarding his/her person. The same applies to information referring to the origin of said data, the recipients or categories of recipients to which data are being disclosed, as well as regarding the purpose of storage.

6. Deletion and Blocking
We obligate ourselves to delete personal data being processed for our own purposes as soon as the knowledge thereof is no longer required towards fulfilment of the purpose of storage. A blocking of the data occurs instead of deletion in such cases where legal, statutory or contractual retention periods conflict with deletion, where grounds for assumption exist that interests warranting protection on the part of the person affected would be impaired as a result of deletion, or where deletion is not possible or possible only involving a disproportionally large amount of effort and/or expense due to the particular type of storage involved.
Above and beyond this, you can have the data we have collected blocked, amended or deleted at any time. Deletion equally occurs when you revoke your consent to the collection, processing and usage of personal data. If revocation occurs during an ongoing business transaction, deletion takes place directly after the conclusion thereof.
Further statutory obligations towards deletion or blocking remain unaffected thereby.

7. Technical and Organisational Measures
We obligate ourselves to take those technical and organisational measures necessary in order to guarantee the execution of regulations regarding data protection, provided the effort and/or expense involved are in reasonable proportion to the purpose of protection being aspired to. In the case of communication via e-mail, we are unable to guarantee the complete security of data, so that in the event of confidential information we recommend to you that the postal route be used.

8. Identity of the Responsible Party
The responsible party as defined by German data protection legislation is
Auktionshaus EDGAR MOHRMANN & Co. Internat. Briefmarken-Auktionen GmbH
Kleine Reichenstraße 1
20457  Hamburg, Germany

Telefon: 040/68 94 70-0
eMail: auktion@edgar-mohrmann.de

9. Revocation
The customer has the possibility to revoke consent to the collection, processing or usage of their data at any time, effective as regards the future. The revocation is to addressed to:
Auktionshaus EDGAR MOHRMANN & Co. Internat. Briefmarken-Auktionen GmbH
Kleine Reichenstraße 1
20457  Hamburg, Germany
Telefon: 040/68 94 70-0
eMail: auktion@edgar-mohrmann.de


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Kleine Reichenstraße 1
20457  Hamburg

Telefon: 040/68 94 70-0

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