BOY SCOUT ITEMS FROM THE 30'S & 40'S, CRAFT, METAL, ++

Up for auction is this old Boy Scout lot of items from the late 30's and early 40's. You will get the following items: camp saving system-camp stamp book with 3 10 cent stamps, camping time camp offutt 17th season 1939 summer camp program, no admission ticket to the eleventh annual boy scout exposition for Friday, March 24 1939, the wooden craft that is pictured and carved versailles BCA capora 1939, boy scout manual with only 2 pages still remaining, Be prepared trifold card dated 10-31-38 from the national council, 2 newspaper clippings of scouts promoted info and scouts received 61 merit badges, a sheet of how to prepare rabbit in several different ways, My fourteen mile hike typed sheet-passed aug. 22, 1938, Physical development merit badge excercise sheet and Hiking merit badge sheet, and these other items which may or may not be boyscout items: bottle, wierd rock, twenty third psalm with the copy of the scout in mention death from the paper, Henry Clay High School grade card, Collegate note pad with 2 pages of notes and finally a metal Bronze or copper hand holding a torch. It comes from comes from a smoke free home. I do combine shipping to save you money. I ship next day after payment received, I accept paypal, cashier's checks and money orders. Any comments or additional info to help sell this item will be posted on the site. Free pick-up in Cleveland, Tennessee. Bid with confidence. I welcome any questions you may have. Take a good look at the picture and place your bid. Items are sold as is w is. I am honest and try to describe every item to the best of my ability. Each item will be shipped priorty inside U.S.A. so it will be t hopefully by Christmas for Buy It Now buyers. Payment through paypal is expected within 3 days or 10 days if mailing. If you have only negitive feedback I reserve the right to cancel your bid. These are the terms abide by them or don't bid. Thanks for looking.

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