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Offline krsilber

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Re: Stuart Cairngorm, Whitefriars or Harrach? (Or someone else?)
« Reply #10 on: December 23, 2008, 02:05:43 AM »
Very nice piece for a car boot or charity shop! 

Many glass lovers I know get hooked on books as well.

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Re: Stuart Cairngorm, Whitefriars or Harrach? (Or someone else?)
« Reply #11 on: December 23, 2008, 08:49:08 AM »
I knew someone would pick me up on this :)  This one (I think) was the most expensive piece I have ever bought, courtesy of ebay giving me a free 20 voucher towards it, due to previous problems with other sellers. The lady on the helpline informed me that they are allowed to give out one 20 voucher per quarter to individual  dis-satisfied buyers which might be worth bearing in mind if you have any problems.  I had problems with 3 different sellers, with breakage, excess postage and non-arrival of goods.

I do agree with all the points made about buying books, and would love to support the research, but I need more people to support our family history research business first so that I can afford to pass it on :)

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