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Jim Gordens 2 volume set on 1873's plus plastic bound research booklet
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September 3, 2021 - 11:40 pm
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I may be wasting my time once again, but here goes. I’m offering up for sale an early (the first batch signed by Jim) of Jim Gorden’s 2 volume set including his research bound booklet on the Winchester 1873. I will offer it for sale for ONE MONTH ONLY. These out of print books will go to whoever offers the highest price above $575.00 plus actual shipping cost via Fed-EX. This within the one month period starting 9-3-2021. I know how hard they are to come by, and what the retail market price currently is. I listed the starting price accordingly. NO PRICE OVER $1,000,000 WILL BE REFUSED, Ha, Ha, Ha!!! Please reply with any questions and offers via private message. All offers will be considered. No Profane Offers Please. At a later date I will be listing for sale Early and Late Winchester ammunition. These will be from 22 Automatic for your Model 1903  up through 458 Winchester Magnum caliber. These will be sold at below current market prices. This is what happens to us Collectors when we get old!

Thank you, Apache ( ya ta hey )WinkWinkCool

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How about starting it at a higher price and then dropping it periodically until it sells?

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Apache, I have my own two volume set from way back.  But I wish to convey my sadness at seeing you beginning to divest of those things that were important to you at one time.  The community generally is aging and more are either passing and their heirs are selling, or they are selling while they can.  Hang in there, and I hope you retain a certain love and passion for your hobby!  Tim

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