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packrat-place's items4 of 3101961/62 Sony Model 8-301W Portable Transistor Television ReceiverFrom Our Visit To The  Amphion, Texas Cemetery Today.
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    Posted 3 years ago

    packrat-pl…
    (310 items)

    This is part of my $9.00 haul today. I was going home from the store and spotted this "Huge Sale" sign. You know the kind, about a foot square, with letters about 1" tall. How do they expect people to read that at 55 mph? Anyway, I did U-turn and managed to read the address.
    It was well worth the trip, this is only part of what I picked up.
    Not a bad day.

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    1. jscott0363 jscott0363, 3 years ago
      Looks like you did quite well for $9.00!!
    2. fleafinder fleafinder, 3 years ago
      hi packrat..curious whats the oldest book in that lot?:))))
    3. rockbat, 3 years ago
      There a some nice book in that box, great score.
    4. Celiene Celiene, 3 years ago
      Fleafinder -my guess would be the Audel's Wiring Diagrams book.
    5. packrat-place packrat-place, 3 years ago
      Thank you very much fortapache, PhilDMorris, ho2cultcha, TassieDevil, Caperkid, bijoucaillouvintage, officialfuel, JImam, jscott0363, fleafinder, rockbat, ravage60, walksoftly, Radegunder & vetraio50.
      Actually the oldest book here is a Masonic Book, The Moniter, Crocket, Texas 1856.
    6. fleafinder fleafinder, 3 years ago
      woah...how precious must that be! the one that caught my eye is definitely the one on the left end of the box -"The Victorla Book of the Opera"-seems an interesting n fine book:) is it from the victorian era?

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