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  • Item Category: Antiquities
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 17,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

is a great antique corn seeder planter marked Acme. Fully functional. Even the rotary feed mechanism with spring is smooth working. Still has much of the original red paint. Typical surface rust on metal parts. Measures 33 1/4" tall. FOUND AT AN ESTATE SALE AS ALWAYS COMBINED SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE TO LOWER YOUR SHIPPING COSTS. I use paypal but will also accept Money Order, Bank Cashier Check,( but will hold 7-10 days to clear) I ship UPS or USPS. Buyer pays shipping from 44302 zip code. See shipping calculator and shipping policy below. ALL SHIPMENTS: Seller is relinquished of all responsibility for loss or breakage if Buyer does not choose to insure. Buyer will file all insurance claims and be reimbursed from the shipping company (i.e. U.S. Post Office or U.P.S.). I will provide all necessary "Proof of Insurance" forms. If damage occurs please hold onto the package until claim is processed beacuse local post office or UPS hub may need to inspect it. Don't send it back because it can void an insurance claim and you could lose your money. INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS: Check your border control and customs regulations for import rules and prohibited items. If stopped or confiscated or additional taxes or duties are assessed at border it is your responsiblity and refunds will not be issued. Due to the limited tracking and lack of insurance of international shipping via some of the United States post office services (International First Class) the Seller is relinquished of all responsibility for loss . This insurance covers only the cost of the item not the shipping. Be aware the claims process for the US Post office is excruciatingly slow (months). I enjoy dealing with customers all over the world. I just wish t was more reasonable shipping costs withbetter tracking capabilities.
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