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Posted by Nan on November 22, 19100 at 01:39:29:
In Reply to: Re: Harvard Clics 1937 posted by Athens Springer on November 21, 19100 at 21:42:29:
: Where are you from, I am interested because it affects the cost of shipping or other means of transportation. Being new to the Harvard Clics, I was not aware that the set was reprinted in 1937, and the blue cover sounds wonderful.
Hi! I tried to post earlier, but don't see my message. My apologies to all if this is duplicated. The latest date in vol #1 is 1937,
so I ume this is the pub year. The earlier date in it is 1907. The set is lovely, and I almost ped it by thinking it was
only a few years old!
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It might be cheaper by Fedex (www.fedex.com) or some other shipper, but I've had good luck with the USPS.
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