LIONEL O 465-50 PARTS ENVELOPE 413084

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 26,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

All items we sell are offered as is.

The item has not been tested unless otherwise stated in the description. If the item does not function, you may return it within the allotted time per eBay's rules but you will be responsible for return shipping.

Stated condition of items is based on cosmetic appearance only.

Since all our items are antique, vintage, or aged in some manner, opinions regarding condition may differ. We understand that. If you feel the item was not as described cosmetically, please let us know and we will do our best to make good on the purchase.

LIONEL O 465-50 PARTS ENVELOPE 413084

ORIGINAL ENVELOPE WITH PARTIAL COMPONENTS. INCLUDES INSTRUCTION SHEET DATED 11-56, WIRE COILS, AND CTC LOCKON.

SOLD AS IS PICTURED.

413084 LB2 TB

Thank you for your interest! MWINTERNETAUCTIONSONMAIN wants to provide the best possible buying experience on eBay. However we cannot do that without your help. Please read the following terms of our auction. If you are buying multiple items, let us know when you are finished so that we can send you a combined invoice otherwise eBay will automatically send you separate payment r equest for each item.

All items we offer for sale are from collections or hobby shop close-outs. We sell no items direct from the manufacturer. Therefore items described as new are in our opinion unused.

SHIPPING AND HANDLING CHARGES

Stated shipping is for 48 continental United States only . This does not include APO�s & other destinations. While it is our intention to ship items within 3 business days of receipt of good payment, there may sometimes be delays due to volume of sold items or other circumstances beyond our control. Buyers who pay the correct amount and follow the guidelines in the listing help to speed shipping. Sorry , items are not available for pick-up.

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AND HANDLING

International buyers will pay actual shipping plus a $5.00 handling fee for the first item purchased. There will be a $1.00 handling fee for each additional item up to the tenth item. After that there will be no more additional handling fees for purchases paid on one invoice. Items under $10.00 will ship first class international unless the size of the item prevents this.

International Buyers – Please Note About Taxes And Duties :

Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility.

Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying.

PAYMENT

Payments are expected on the 5 th day after purchase. We will file on unpaid items on the 7th day after purchase as a reminder. We will close disputes on the 11th day after purchase and any unpaid items will be relisted.

All payments must be in US dollars.

RETURN ITEMS

All items we sell are offered with a full bid price money back guarantee if not satisfied. The refund will not include shipping charge, if any. Items must be returned within 7 days of receipt to qualify for the refund. Buyer pays return shipping costs. Returns should be sent to: M & W Internet Auctions on Main, 1396 US Hwy 27 N, Suite A, Cynthiana , KY 41031.

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