U.S DD-256A Certificate Of Honorable Discharge You are bidding on a recently aquired DD FORM 256A Certificate Of Honorable Discharge From The US Army certificate as used by the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, MO. The document is dated 01 May 1950 series, measuring 8.0" x 10.0" in size, and is in 100% UNISSUED CONDITION. These documents were obtained LEGALLY, being that they were classified as obsolete and surplus material no longer currently in use by the US Military. As military surplus used from the 1950s-1990s and relics from the COLD WAR ERA, they are completely LEGALTO OWN without any cause for alarm or concern. Due to the nature and classification of this particular item, I will sell to residents of the U.S.A. including APO's & FPO's ONLY. I am sorry, but t will be NO SALES OR SHIPMENTS TO ANY FOREIGN COUNTRIES, to include CANADA. SHIPPING: All shipping costs include a modest handling charge to cover the cost of packing materials, transportation, and labor to any U.S. address location to include APO'S / FPO's. I am not responsible for any item that is lost, damaged, or non-delivered after mailing them if insurance is not purchased. It is the customer's responsibility to purchase insurance if desired. WINNING BIDS: ( U.S. Customers ) Payment is to be made by U.S. Postal Money Order / Certified Bank Check drawn on a US bank WITHIN 7 DAYS after the auction ends. NEGATIVE FEEDBACK will be posted 10 days after the auction ending date if payment has not been received. PAYPAY payments gladly accepted with a 10% surcharge to cover the cost of the service. I WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY FORM OF CURRENCY AS PAYMENT. If you decide to send CASH through the US Mail System, then you accept full responsibility for the transaction. If payment has not been received within 10 days after the auction ends, then a Non-Paying Bidder / Negative Feedback message will be posted with no additional notification. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
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