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1929 "sterling Engine Co. Color Advertisement on 2040-parts.com

US $9.99
Location:

Meredith, New Hampshire, United States

Meredith, New Hampshire, United States
Condition:Used

THIS LISTING IS FOR A 1929 COLOR ADVERTISEMENT FROM THE SPORTSMAN MAGAZINE FOR THE STERLING ENGINE COMPANY BUFFALO N.Y. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH GREAT COLOR GRAPHICS . MEASURE 10" / 13" 

THANKS FOR LOOKING AND EMAIL WITH ANY QUESTIONS!

PAYMENT BY PAYPAL . PLEASE DO NOT BID UNLESS YOU CAN PAY WITHIN 24 HOURS -THANKS !

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INTERNATIONAL ORDERS WELCOME ! ALL INTERNATIONAL ORDERS SHIPPED INTL. PRIORITY MAIL

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