Betty Boop Angel Christmas Tree Topper - NRFB - HTF -

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  • Item Category: Fine Art
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jun 27,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
This offer is for a hard to find Betty Boop Christmas tree topper that is 11 1/4 inches tall and has never been removed from the box. The angel wings are real white feathers. Email me if additional pictures are needed.

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PAYMENT: We will send invoice within 24 hours of auction closing. We accept PayPal, Money Orders and Personal checks (held 10 days).

SHIPPING and HANDLING: Your calculated USPS shipping charge will include a $0.50 materials fee when bubble-wrap and / or packing peanuts are used. We ship within 48 hours after receipt of payment (other than personal checks). We only use United Parcel Service (UPS) when requested, or if the item exceeds USPS weight or size limits.

SHIPPING INSURANCE: Required when stated. When insurance is stated as "optional", we are not responsible for item damage or breakage during shipping if buyer refuses optional insurance.

RETURNS: Refunds will only be given if item was misrepresented or not as described, and must be approved before returning. Item must be returned within seven days. Refund will be given by money back.

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Although all sales are considered final, we will work to satisfy every customer. If t is a problem, please contact us first before ever leaving a negative feedback. Feel free to contact us before bidding if you have any questions, or need additional photos. We gladly combine items, when possible, to save shipping costs ..... so check out our other auctions.

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