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Cookies we set
Below is a list of the cookies set by this website and a description of the purpose of each.
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We use multiple servers to host our website and content. In order to provide you with a consistent browsing experience we use this cookie to help us direct your browser to the same server each time you visit a page. This cookie will be destroyed every time you close your browser.
Each visitor to the antique-marks website is assigned a unique visitor ID which lets us anonymously identify their computer for the duration of their visit to our website. This allows us to provide you with additional benefits such as vouchers for signing up to our mailing list. This cookie is destroyed every time you close your browser.
Cookies set by 3rd parties
Below is a list of the cookies set by other websites to provide you with enhanced functions and a consistent experience thorugh utilising their services.
Some of our pages feature sharing buttons or other features from Google Plus, a social media network, were antique-marks maintains a presence. Google may set cookies for this service.
Some of our pages use Facebook sharing buttons. Facebook may set a number of cookies to store your login status, preferences or other information.
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We utilise analytics software called Google Analytics to help us identify the ways in which our customers use our website, the content they like and to define where improvements can be made.
Google stores this information on servers in the United States. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if they are required to do so by law or if the third party processes information on Google's behalf.
This information is aggregated and anonymised. Google does not associate your IP address or personal details with any of this data.
Some of our pages use "captcha" technology which may set cookies on your computer. Catpchas involve showing slightly jumbled or obscured words or letters and asking the reader to type the words.
Computer systems have difficulty reading the images and including captcha tests help us reduce spam.
Some of our pages may also include graphs or charts which are generated on-the-fly using real time data. The systems we use to generate these may also store cookies on your computer.
Cookies set by Google reCaptcha include HSID, APISID & SID. These are essential site cookies, used by google reCAPTCHA as a unique identifier for tracking purposes.
Some of our pages include interactive maps provided by Google, and Google may set cookies to store information and preferences about maps or other associated Google services on pages where we embed Google maps.
Some of our pages include advertisements provided by Google, and Google may set cookies to to make sure that ads are safe, unobtrusive and as relevant as possible.
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