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High in the Clouds Paul McCartney Geoff Dunbar Philip Ardagh

  • Start price: $9.00
  • No reserve No reserve 
  • Closed: Mon 24 Apr 2017, 11:05 am
Listing #: 1305021019
High in the Clouds Paul McCartney Geoff Dunbar Philip Ardagh
HB large Size 2005 First Edition 88 pages brilliant overall condition, although DW cover slight rubbed, marked, bumped shelf wear, secondhand book, this is a carefully selected pre-loved book. note front & rear ref page 32 detail unsure what that's about,
Awesome, delightful children's story insightful, extremely informative covering wide range & variety aspects & issues of the characters endeavours, a truly delightful adventure to save animals everywhere that will delight children of all ages, fabled land of Animalia, exciting, fast & funny, & lots more, lavishly well illustrated

Thank you for looking & trading with shakespeares. Pick up from Central Stoke by arrangement.
I'm selling a vast accumulation & large variety specific interest & general topic books, collectibles, curios & interesting & unusual items.
When possible happy to combine sales to save buyers freight P&P costs.
Always send address via Trade Me option & correctly confirm any "RD" Rural Delivery details.
Payments must include full Trade Me "P" reference number to avoid delivery delays.
GST invoice emailed with delivery confirmation. Questions welcome. shakespeares Loaded by Tradevine

Shipping details

  • $0.00  Pickup by prior arrangement
  • $8.15  Tracked Post Urban NZ
  • $11.15  Tracked Post Rural NZ
  • $6.50  Untracked NZ NZPost
  • $6.50  P O Box NZ untracked Post
  • $7.00  Top South Island Urban Courier
  • $10.00  Urban Courier Tracked NZ
  • Seller allows pick-ups
  • Seller location: Nelson, Nelson Bays, NZ

Payment details

  • Pay Now with credit card
  • NZ bank deposit
  • Cash

About the seller

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  • Member since Dec 2003

Closed: Mon 24 Apr, 11:05 am.

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