ITEMS FOR SALE (PERSONAL)
I am having an ongoing house clearout,
following my move to York, but do not have time to set a
right price, or to put up full details, for some items.
If you want more info on anything, please contact me. I should be able to
take and send photos of any item if needed.
List of items (details below); DOUBLE BED
(queen size), WASHBURN 2-60 BASS COMBO (could swap),
BROOKE BOND TEA CARDS, MAD MAGAZINE.
DOUBLE BED (queen size)
Wooden frame, currently dismantled. Good
condition. Fairly firm mattress which was new in 2007
and had 5 years use. £35.
WASHBURN 2-60 BASS COMBO
Purchased late 1970's, I am the only
owner, not used much as I have not played bass much
since the band (Helix - no, not the American/Canadian
one that you may have heard of) split up in the early
1980's, and we never did many gigs anyway!
60 Watts, 2 channels with separate
controls - both have volume, bass and treble, one also
has midrange. Fairly large - approx. 2 ft. 6 ins. high.
Slave output. Two speaker outputs from amp, one of which
normally connects to the built-in speaker. Photo
Will sell, or swap for small (and I mean
small!) bass combo with battery power facility. York
BROOKE BOND TEA CARDS; The Race
Into Space. Full set of cards (blue backs) in album.
Fairly good condition inside, but front and back covers
have some wear and fading (can scan if you want to see),
and the corners of the pages are slightly dog-eared.
OFFERS PLEASE. Add postage and packing £0.70.
Apparently this is worth less than
separate set of full cards and empty album. What the
hell do people think you were meant to do with them!?
Can you just imagine some nerdy kid - or was it his
parents (expect it was a boy) - in the 1960's, actually
keeping the cards separate - at a time when they had
little or no adult collectable value, and the word nerd
had not even been invented - so they would be worth more
in 30 years time?
MAD MAGAZINE British (UK) edition.
75 early issues, inc. nos. 2, 9-13, 15-20, 22, 25, 26,
28, 29, 31-41, 43, 45-47, 49-55, 57-72, 74-90, 95, 96,
99, 191. Not in wonderful condition as I bought them at
the time to read rather than collect, and have had them
ever since. All are a bit browned around the edges of
the pages (from the effect of light over time?), but
mostly otherwise OK inside - not damaged. Some covers
OK, some less good - some have minor damage to the
spine, a few have more damage (especially the earlier
editions; 99 also has damage to the cover).
So, great if you actually want to read
them, but not top-grade collector's items. OFFERS PLEASE
or enquiries for further details. Will sell individual
issues. Can probably scan pics of some covers and pages.
Postage and packing at cost.
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