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National Can Story booklet tin collectors Newcomen Society antique collecting

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Category:

1960-Now

Quantity Available:

Only one in stock, order soon

Condition:

Used

Material:

Paper

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

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More than a week ago

Item number:

19081365

Item description

The National Can Story booklet Robert Stuart Makers of tin cans An address given to National meeting of the Newcomen Society By Robert Stuart 1971 Soft bound 6 X 9 inches 28 pages 1st ed Illustrated with nice engravings Condition: The staples has surface rust (The streaks are from my scanner.) Postage: US- 1st class parcel. Canada and overseas, please ask for a quote. See BOOTH DETAILS under my store logo for our complete policies. Some Highlights: WE ARE GLAD TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS! We are glad to combine postage. Paper items are put between cardboard. We ship world-wide. PAYMENT- We accept money orders, personal checks, Google Checkout, Paypal. CONDITION- Our scanner makes colors a little lighter. We have lightly tinted windows, which may alter the colors slightly when we use a camera. Vintage items will show some age, and we will try to note any and all defects. An item described, as "excellent", can be perfect or have minor flaws, from age, and that I feel any collector would be glad to have. If you have any question on condition, please ask.