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Los Angeles CA Biltmore Hotel Vintage Postcard BJs

$7.00

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$1.75 to United States

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Category:

California

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Only one in stock, order soon

Condition:

Used

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No combined shipping offered

Posted for sale:

More than a week ago

Item number:

559538

Item description

A NICE EARLY 1900'S POSTCARD Los Angeles BILTMORE The Host of the Coast Postmark - None Made by Neuner Corporation, Los Angeles, USA. Condition - Very good with light corner wear. Does have a slight bend in upper center edge and small one in bottom center. Still a very nice image. WE WILL SHIP IN THE USA, CANADA AND EUROPE. EXTRA POSTAGE FOR CANADA AND EUROPE WE ALWAYS SHIP PROMPTLY AND PACKAGE EACH AND EVERY ITEM CAREFULLY. ONCE ITEM IS SHIPPED, WE WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOST OR DAMAGED ITEMS. WE CAN NOT PREDICT WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO THE ITEM ONCE IT LEAVES OUR HANDS. IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCERNS AT ALL, WE WOULD RECOMMEND THAT YOU INSURE YOUR ITEM. WE ACCEPT PERSONAL CHECKS, MONEY ORDERS OR PAY PAL.
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