Cambridge University Library

Paying

All prices quoted exclude VAT.

Customers based in the European Union must comply with the VAT and statistical reporting routine for the EU single market and we therefore need your VAT number for our records.  If you have not told us your VAT number, we are required to charge you VAT at 20%. VAT is charged at point of paying NOT at point of placing order. VAT is not charged to Customers based outside the European Union. You will be prompted for your VAT number as part of the ordering process.

Orders can be made using our online order form. The minimum charge for material is £10.00. If orders are to be posted, additional charges are made for postage and packing.

Previously we have taken debit/credit card details by phone or fax. Now any payments by card must be made via our online payment system. If you have not received a link to this payment system please write to photo@lib.cam.ac.uk stating your order number and we will supply you with the correct link. Under no circumstances should you email or fax card details to us.

All remittances should be made payable to "UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE". Payment by post should be sent marked for the attention of the Digital Content Unit, Cambridge University Library. Payment should include all bank charges.

BACS - (bank to bank) Account no.10921084, Sort Code 20-17-19, Barclays Bank, P.O. Box no.2, 11 St Andrew's Street, Cambridge, CB2 3PZ. Swiftbic Bank Identifier Code: BARCGB22. IBAN No:GB96 BARC 2017 1910 9210 84. Payment must quote on the bank remittance reference Dept. VE and an order number or invoice number. Notification of this payment must also be made to the Library Offices as above (preferably by e-mail to admin@lib.cam.ac.uk or Fax 333160).

Payments should usually be in Sterling, to be drawn on a British bank or bank draft. However, payments in US dollars and Euros can be accepted at the current conversion rate, as long as all bank charges are included.

All Cambridge inter-departmental billing requires a University purchase order.