Orig LIONEL BOX ONLY - RED 337 PULLMAN CAR - EXC!

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 27,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
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AN ORIGINAL LIONEL BOX ONLY FOR THE 337 PULLMAN CAR IN RED!

THE PERFECT ITEM TO COMPLETE THAT LIONEL SET - NEED IT?! This is one of a group of original, Pre War Lionel, STANDARD GAUGE boxes I will be listing tonight. Check my other listings for the rest.
Here's the deal with shipping. It's not pretty but you have to blame someone else for the cost. I'm a buyer too and it affects me just the same as it does you! These boxes are too big to fit in any of the flat rate boxes supplied by the post office. Any box that I can use puts the shipping weight at 2 pounds. The only way to compensate for distance shipped is to use the eBay shipping calculator. If you live a long way from Florida then it's going to cost you more then if you live close. If you live real close you can come in and pick up your win and pay nothing for shipping.
Up for auction is this 100% ORIGINAL BOX ONLY for the red 337 Pullman car. The CITY CORP., box is complete with all flaps and is open at the top only. The paper tape is very nice as shown. Minor wear and discoloration only.

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