1978 VINTAGE AUTHENTIC DAVID LEE PRINT FRAMED - HAWAII

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  • Item Category: Ethnic, Folk & Native American Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Sep 11,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
1978 VINTAGE AUTHENTIC DAVID LEE PRINT FRAMED - HAWAII

Description Up for auction is this beautiful soft print of Hawaii's David Lee painting from 1978. The picture is of a cute hummingbird trying to draw sweet goodies from the dainty white flowers. The print is of the original - it has David Lee's hallmark on the front. T are random smudge marks and stains on the glass as well as on the matted areas. The frame has a 2" white horizontal mark on top (not too noticeable) and it needs to be cleaned. Please refer to the photographs provided for further details. Measurements 39" X 33" Internal Use Item:7499KPAK Submitting Payment Please submit payment or notify us of payment status within seven days from end of auction. We understand that mailed payments may take longer than one week from end of auction to arrive. We accept the following payment methods: PayPal, Money Order, & Cashiers Checks. When sending a Money Order or Cashier's Check, please include your name, ship-to address, and item number. We will mark the payment as received on eBay when it arrives. Wesellthings4u reserves the right to hold any shipment until funds have cleared. All Hawaii residents will be assessed 4.712% Hawaii State Tax for the item and a shipping OR Local Pick Up fee. SHIPPING WITHIN THE LOWER 48 STATES $79.99 (International, Hawaii, Alaska and PO Box customers, please contact us for shipping charges) Shipping Information Shipping charges are an estimate and subject to change under special circumstances. Actual shipping cost may be more or less than the shipping estimated above. We will provide a refund/require more money for over/under estimated charges. Also, the final shipping cost is determined by the final selling price and the cost to insure this amount. Wesellthings4u typically ships out items within 1-3 days from receipt of payment. However, we do request your patience if it does take longer than this. When the item is shipped an email confirmation is sent from the shipping carrier. Local Pick Up Local pick up is available upon request for all items and can be picked up from our location in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. If you are the winning bidder, please request a Local Pick Up invoice via PayPal note, email, or phone call. A $5.00 fee is assessed for EACH auction arranged for Local-Pick Up. All Hawaii residents will be assessed 4.712% Hawaii State Tax. P.O Boxes Customers requiring us to ship to a P.O. Box in the USA must contact us prior to bidding. Shipping cost is subject to increase or restrictions for P.O. Boxes. International Ebayers Please refer to the International shipping chart below to estimate your shipping cost. If the item is not listed you may contact us for an estimate. The invoice automatically sent to the winning bidder will NOT reflect an international shipping cost. The winning bidder is responsible for requesting the appropriate eBay invoice/emailing us for the total. If only the domestic shipping cost is paid, the buyer must pay the difference and will not be refunded. Returns Policy Wesellthings4u, Inc. has made its best effort to test and inspect each item(s) in order to create the best possible description. In addition, every effort has been made to furnish photographs that accurately depict the condition and image of the goods at the time of sale. Knowledge of any Added Information or Answered Questions on our auctions is the responsibility of the bidder. All of our items are SOLD AS IS. Returns/Refunds are accepted only if the item is substantially misrepresented in the auction or damaged during shipping. If a parcel and item arrives damaged, keep all packaging and damaged pieces for Claims purposes. A Claim cannot be filed without the item and original packaging. Buyer must contact us within three days from receipt of the item according to the provided tra...

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