Michael Myers Halloween Photo Keychain Keytag Key tag

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  • Item Category: Transportation and Vehicles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 19,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Hello and welcome to The Keychain Shack. you have a Michael Myers "Halloween" photo keychain/keytag. The keytag is black with gold flakes and measures 2''x3''. Each keytag is brand new and made of a very high quality, crystal clear durable acrylic. The image is printed on premium Kodak glossy photo paper using high quality printing inks. The images on all my key chains are of the highest quality and are crystal clear and sharp. You will recieve your keytag sealed in a polybag packed inside of a bubble mailer.

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If you like what you see , check out whats in my store. I have other cool album cover key tags as well as NASCAR, muscle cars, bikini & thong babes, tractors, animals, and NFL. I am continually adding new keytags so check back often.

***PLEASE NOTE THAT ANY IMPERFECTIONS THAT YOU SEE IN THE SCAN, DUST, FINGERPRINTS, ETC IS PURELY FROM THE SCAN. REST ASSURED, YOUR KEY CHAIN WILL ARRIVE TO YOU CLEAN AND FINGERPRINT FREE.

Shipping & Handling

USA - $2.99 Add .50 per additional keytag

Canada - $3.49 Add .50 per additional keytag

Worldwide - $4.99 Add .50 per additional keytag

***Same day shipping at no extra cost. Your item will be shipped out the day you purchase your item.Postal holidays and Sundays are excluded. In the event that you purchase an item on a Sunday or Postal holiday, your item will be shipped out the next bussiness day in the a.m.***

I make every effort to make sure that every transaction is a smooth and pleasant experience. If for some reason t is a problem with your order, please email me ASAP and I will do what I can to make things right. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day !!!

***I also take requests for custom keytags. If t is something you want, just let me know.

Per Ebays payment policy,payment must be made within 7 days of purchase. An unpaid bidders alert will be filed with ebay and negative feedback will be left if no payment is made within the 7 day period. I strictly ad to this policy so if t is a problem, email me and I am sure we can work something out. I am very easy to work with as long as you communicate with me.

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