Lionel Std Ga.# 87 Crossing Sig. Works-Blinks Orig.NR

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 27,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
Thanks for looking! No Reserve, Non-Smoking, temperature controlled home/storage, Returns accepted. Multiple wins can be combined for shipping where practical (So please check my other auctions). Packing with acid free paper around painted items. Please ask questions well before the auction ends. WYSIWYG..what you see is what you get. Please study pictures carefully and judge condition for yourself. This auction is: A Lionel #87 Railroad Crossing Signal #87 made in 1927-1942. This has the bi-metallic strip that allows it to "blink". Did you ever try to photo a blinking light while hand holding it, the power wire and a camera and These add attention to a layout. This one I'm on the fence if it's orig or restored original. It has scratches and some paint disturbance around one of the screws. No rubber stamp with item number.So, bid accordingly. With electrically operated items I can't guarantee after the S,R,&R (shake, rattle and roll) of shipping that they will work on arrival but they worked here when tested. There is always room on the layout for another piece! If you are not sure of anything, ask questions before you bid, and be sure to consider the cost of shipping in your bid, as it's part of the total cost. If the shipping seems high to you then adjust your bid so that the amount is what you are willing to pay in total for the item.. Thanks again, and good luck bidding! Payment please via paypal within 3 days. For insured items lost in shipping I will process claims. For any insured items damaged in shipping the buyer processes the claim with USPS. Their regulations specifically state not sending damaged items back to shipper. NOTE: I will likely be away the weekend this auction ends and have limited email access. So, please be patient with invoices or use self check out.

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