PLASTICVILLE O/S - UNION STATION 1958 - GLUED RAILINGS

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 12,2012
  • Channel: Online Auction

I AM MOVING AND WILL NOT SHIP INTERNATIONALLY - I DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO BOXES. IF INTERNATIONAL BIDDER BID, I CAN ONLY SEND PRIORITY MAIL WHICH STARTS AT $17 AND GOES UP.

Item(s) is in very good condition with flaws as seen in the picture. I do not list every minor scratch, minor paint chip, minor box tears, minor worn spots, unglued flap tabs, and other things that are typical of an item in very good condition for the age of that item. Look at the picture and email me if unsure of something you see. Major Flaws that cannot be seen are listed in the below description.

I don't clean the pieces - You get old dirt with the old pieces. Sometimes white glued is not removed – this is easily flicked off or soaked off. Think of it as an artifact. Don't get spastic when you see the dirt like one guy did.

MODEL RR STUFF

PLASTICVILLE SOLD for O AND S SCALE - COMPLETE - PAPER SIGN VERSION......

Do to eBay's listing policy change - I am now listing higher initial price bid items the first week of each month . I will then follow with more layout items with lower starting bids.

I list items individually or small groups so that people can combine whatever and not get stuck with things they do not need.

I COMBINE SHIPPING. My shipping cost is the post office charge plus about $.50 to 1.25 handling. Normal shipping cost is about $6 for one PV building or a bunch of figures or other small items that fit in a beta tape size flat rate box. Larger and boxes over 1# cost more.

My trips to the Post Office will only be 3 times a week – Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday.

I will hold items so that bidders can combine multiple items from different auctions. Do not pay if you are bidding on the next auction.

I ship US Priority Mail in the USA with very few exceptions. I do not ship First Class because it costs me extra for boxes and delivery confirmation.

Wait for my bill on combined shipments – the eBay calculation program is not accurate.

APO and Overseas shipping costs more and needs to be quoted – I bill at an estimated rate and then refund the amount in excess of the handling fee. For items over $30, I will send the item Priority Mail due to tacking issues. For items under $30, I send First Class which is much cheaper.

For First Class shipping outside the USA, then the post office receipt that I get from the post office is “ undamaged delivery into your hands.”

If you don’t understand Plasticville scale O/S which was sold for O or S scale, then do not bid. I have 3 negatives from people who do not understand the difference between HO and O/S scales and that Plasticville is a toy made to an approximate scale.

I will correct any errors that I make in shipping or in listing errors. For shipments to Canada, the post office receipt is considered proof of "delivery into your hands."

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