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PostSubject: British Valise    British Valise  EmptyTue Aug 14, 2012 3:53 pm

Would anybody be interested in buying British valises. I am seeing what the number of people that need or want to buy valises. I work for a leather and canvas sutler who makes accouterments and then sells them. We can also produced almost all leather and canvas accouterments for all Victorian Wars. If you need anything please contact us on our website.

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PostSubject: British Valise    British Valise  EmptyWed Aug 15, 2012 2:44 am

Hi Cmdr Howse.
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If the price is right, I'd be in for a couple of sets.
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What would be a reasonable price?

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