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PostSubject: Re: Dr David Glynne-Fox   Fri Feb 05, 2016 12:30 am

No mate your not sad, i reckon that when i kick it my
boys wont have a clue about un loading my bits so
if they found a load of receipts they would then have
that clue. no no no!. they will have to deal with it! its
like my little laugh after i'm gone. now that is sad. :)

If i see the red floating around i will give you a shout.
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PostSubject: Re: Dr David Glynne-Fox   Fri Feb 05, 2016 12:41 am

You have to be careful with Amazon. They can be way over the top for supposedly new copies of old books. The price bears no relationship to the market it is a formula. This will turn up somewhere for the £20 quoted by Gary but you might have to wait a while. Remember too that this is just reproductions, at a much smaller size, of prints in the ILN. You could certainly get an original ILN full size volume for less than the new price quoted by Amazon.

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