LEOPARD SKINS DESIGN ROLLING PAPER 70s C SPOTS RETRO

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  • Item Category: Alcohol & Smoking
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 15,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

LEOPARD SKINS DESIGN ROLLING PAPER 70s C SPOTS RETRO
You are bidding on ONE new pack of cigarette rolling papers.

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Add to your paper collection or start a new one today! Be the winning bidder of this 1970s vintage pack of cigarette rolling papers. This is New Old Stock. It has been stored in a dry, smoke free environment. The graphic design on vintage papers look great framed. Buy several packs and put them together under glass. It’s great for wall décor and a conversation piece. This item contains no tobacco or tobacco products. It is for use with tobacco only. Because it is a tobacco related product you must be over 18 years of age to purchase it. The sale of this item complies with all applicable laws and shipping regulations. Please email any questions before you bid. Item sold as is and all sales final--NO returns.

I sell for others on eBay and this is one of my exciting accounts. I am liquidating the inventory from a famous rock n roll headshop that opened in 1968 in Fresno CA. Mint items from the Summer of Love and Beyond. New gluten free posters and items listed weekly. Our Golden Rule : Honesty is the Best Policy. Gratitude and thanks to the many satisfied customers who have won vintage items from "POSTERSTATION."

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SHIPPING & HANDLING:
We do offer a shipping discount whenever possible for multiple purchases. The first pack of papers is $2.99, the 2nd pack is FREE each additional pack of papers won will be $1.00 each Our shipping and handling is NOT NEGOTIABLE so please do not ask.
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