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Looking for slipcases (period 1975-1995)

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Hi noticed that you where interested in my collection but are in France I do ship international if you are interested in buying any of the collection.please let me know I would like to see as many as possible go.

i have them, $1 each + the cost to ship to you if you are interested

I will sell mine 1960 - 1970  and  1976 - 2011

30 cents per issue x 647 issues = $200

973-809-4306  (north NJ)

This in reply to ruth petersen,  Mrs Petersen are you talking about the brown leatherette slipcases embossed with the month span (ie jan -jun or jul-sep) and the year.  if so how many do you have and how  can we make a transaction?

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