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Messerschmitt Bf 109 Anhänger Tag Remove Before Flight Me Deutsche Luftwaffe Ww2 on 2040-parts.com

US $5.99
Location:

Wing, North Dakota, United States

Wing, North Dakota, United States
Condition:New Country of Manufacture:Switzerland Brand:CUSTOM Manufacturer Part Number:NIL

 Selling a beautiful aviation tag / keyring / keychain

Messerschmitt BF 109


The picture shows both sides of the keyring, the frontside and the backside. You are buying 1 keyring.
 
How to get the shipping discount when buying more than 1 item:
Kindly use the function "add to cart" to place each design you like in your shopping cart. When you have added all the ones you like, hit "proceed to checkout". You will then automatically see the lower combined shipping rate on your combined purchase and benefit from much lower shipping cost.


Please note the following shipping times below.
These are more accurate than ebay's "estimated on or before..". For this reason, kindly disregard ebay's estimate and use the table below as a good indication when you will receive your order. Thank you.

Estimated Shipping Times:

USA

7 to 15 business days

UK, Germany, Benelux, Scandinavia

7 to 15 business days

Southern & Eastern Europe

9 to 19 business days

Australia, New Zealand

10 to 20 business days

Rest of the World

12 to 25 business days

Note: these keyrings are shipped from Switzerland, using quality PRIORITY AIRMAIL!

A tracking number is available for 6$, please contact me.


I am selling 100+ different designs in my ebay shop! Have a look and save a lot of money on shipping cost. Each additional keyring is only 59 cents for shipping.
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Approximate Dimensions of each keyring:

Length:

13 centimeter

5.1 inches

Height:

3 centimeter

1.2 inches

These keyrings are of the classic REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT style. Remove Before Flight security tags and flags attached to various types of covers and protectors are used on a daily basis in aviation for almost all types of aircraft. The keyring design is a reflection of this classic aviation item, blended with the main theme of the keyring – be it airline, aircraft type or other.

I THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN THIS ITEM!

As a seller, my goal is to see you happy with your purchase. If that is not the case, please kindly get in touch with me and let me know about it.


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