VINTAGE 1973 HORSMAN SIMON SEZ VENTRILOQUIST DOLL

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Oct 24,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

VINTAGE 1973 HORSMAN SIMON SEZ VENTRILOQUIST DOLL

WE HAVE FOR YOUR BIDDING PLEASURE A VINTAGE 1973 HORSMAN SIMON SEZ VENTRILOQUIST DOLL . IT IS IN GREAT SHAPE AND COMES IN ORIGINAL OUTFIT . VERY CLEAN. HE IS MISSING HIS SHOES. WORKS GREAT. MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 28" TALL . NICE ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION. PLEASE LOOK AT ALL PHOTOS BEFORE BIDDING AND EMAIL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

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THANKS FOR BIDDING AND GOOD LUCK!

I NO LONGER SHIP INTERNATIONAL SO PLEASE DON'T ASK

PLEASE CONTACT ME WITHIN 3 DAYS TO INFORM ME AS TO HOW AND WHEN TO EXPECT YOUR PAYMENT .

PAYMENT IS EXPECTED NO LATER THAN 10 DAYS FROM AUCTION'S END. NON PAYING BIDDERS WILL BE REPORTED TO EBAY WHICH WILL RESULT IN A NON PAYING BIDDER STRIKE FROM EBAY AND NEGATIVE FEEDBACK FROM THIS SELLER. THANK YOU.

I ship on Mondays and Wednesdays unless it falls on a Holiday. I f your payment is recieved by 5 o'clock PM on� Sunday your item will ship on Monday .If payment is recieved on Monday or Tuesday,it will ship on Wednesday . Payments recieved after these cutoffs will ship the following Monday.� All shipping originates from either 75088 or 75089 zip code. Shipment will be either UPS, FedX or USPS. Some larger items will ship via UPS Ground service. Orders are generally shipped on the day after full payment.

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First and foremost I am a collector just like the majority of people who bid on my auctions.With that said I strive to be the very best I can.That means answering your emails the same day,just don't email me at the last second if you are bidding on one of my auctions.I ship every package whether it is priority or parcel post� in a timely manner because I know the importance of recieving merchandise in a timely manner.I don't know how many times I have paid a seller for priority shipping and found out 7-8 days later� that they have'nt even shipped it!That makes me angry.Also you will notice that my feedback isn't perfect.I have 11 negative feedbacks.10 of those 11 are from buyers who did not pay me. The other 1 was from a buyer who wanted a reund on an item but did'nt want to send the item back.I will not be held hostage by feedback.If you bid on my auction and you don't pay you get negative feedback from me.It's a simple process and one that every ebayer should abide by.Check out my feedback and you will see that I am a very good merchant to deal with.
Feel free to email� me with any questions using the contact seller link in ebay .If you contact� me through my personal email your question will go unanswered.This is to illiminate fraud and to document exactly what is being said between buyer and seller.

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