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  1. A nice bunch of rare, obscure and in-demand soul 45s up for grabs. Some listed previously but now reduced and some new additions. Sound files on request! Toni Ross – Hurry back – Har-Town 002 Ex+ £1800 (Hideously rare, not many known copies, played at Stafford by the irrepressible Guy Hennigan. Will consider offers in the region of asking price) Aquamen - Line and track - Hi-Back 109 M- £650 (Powerhouse floor filler) Trial and Error - Thruway - Ramrod 777 M- £700 (Sublime modern dancer) Gloria Lane – Love of my life / Let’s get together – Spotlight 1001 M- £500 (Another Guy Hennigan spin, covered up at the time, remained rare. Had this up for more, but reduced to sell) Marvin Gaye – This love starved heart of mine – Tamla 42286 Ex+ £500 (Storming dance floor filler. Unfortunately, no picture sleeve) Debbie Dean – Why am I loving you / Same – V.I.P. 25044 WD M- £125 (Fabulous dancer from the Motown stable, builds and builds, an absolute cracker and doesn’t come any cleaner than this) Soul Patrol – Don’t knock the cop – Zuma 100 M- £550 (Super rare funk original from Buddy Holly’s town of Lubbock in Texas, performed by 3 law enforcement officers who were clearly needing to reach out to the community! Will consider offers in the region of asking price) PayPal by friends or add 4%, alternatively a bank transfer please. Postage: £7.50 – Special Delivery (Fully insured £500) £8.50 – Special Delivery (Fully insured £1000) Overseas on Request Cheers, Lee
  2. Just the one in this post! Toni Ross – Hurry back – Har-Town 002 M- OFFERS Once again, the name “Guy Hennigan” is linked to yet another rarity I’m selling. Seems like the Stafford crowd were blessed with at least one visionary, bringing rare soul of the highest order to the venue and its hardy followers. By way of example the “Sisters 3 on Mustang” that I sold last year, championed by Guy, proved to be a forgotten track that has stood the test of time, not turning up in any quantity at all. Such is the current fixation with nabbing oldies and the ever-rising price tag that goes with them that only the inquisitive or astute took the time to chance it a second glance or listen to the sound files that mark its greatness. In my opinion, an opportunity missed for many aspiring DJs and a bargain for the lucky winner. Toni Ross is in the same mould, unbelievably rare with only a few known copies ever landed on these shores, half of which are worse for wear, AND it’s a fantastic slab of accomplished femme soul that Mr. Manship described in a long past auction pitch as “like Terry Goodnight (Phelectron)” and “sitting, almost, up alongside Sandy Golden (Masterpiece)”. High praise indeed from the soul Bard himself, an accolade that is in danger of being overlooked and underplayed like the “Sisters 3”, and what a disaster that would be. This Californian release does nothing to stave off my crave for knowing more about the artist or its origins, and for a start I can’t work out what town Har-Town is, and that’s only part of it, type in Outerlimits Dickens Productions Inc. and you get the obvious search engine knock back with references to the barmy 60s Sci-Fi show with alarming characters like the “Guests” and “Invisible Enemy”, or even worse, that sickly Oliver Twist hungrily asking “please sir may I have some more”. Well you can Olly, but it’s gonna be Toni Ross – Hurry back being spooned in by the gallon, so hold on to your breeches and get your dancing shoes on, this is the real deal, a truly rare and superior girl group dancer that epitomises everything we should cherish about 45s that sit at the apex of the wealth of soul at our disposal. Minimum Offer £1800, letting this run until 8pm on Monday 5th August. Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% or bank transfer. Fully insured postage included. Cheers, Lee Toni Ross - Hurry back.mp3
  3. A nice bunch of rare, obscure and in-demand soul 45s up for grabs. Sound files added for your delectation! Ernest Franklin – At last – Chi-Land Soul 809 Ex £300 (This one very rare independent Chicago 45 on the same label as Oscar Tolbert, just a different colour. The “Minister Franklin” glides effortlessly along on this neat crossover track, with backing that reminds me of Ida Sands “Start all over again”) Ernest Franklin - At last.mp3Ernest Franklin - At last.mp3 Aquamen - Line and track - Hi-Back 109 M- £700 (Powerhouse floor filler) Aquamen - Line and track.mp3 Bobby Sanders - The way I feel - Pick-A-Hit 100 Ex £350 (Girls and horns backed dancer) Bobby Sanders - The way I feel.mp3 Trial and Error - Thruway - Ramrod 777 M- £825 (How rare is this, never up for sale, sublime modern dancer) Trial & Error - Thruway.mp3 Gloria Lane – Love of my life / Let’s get together – Spotlight 1001 M- £650 (Another Guy Hennigan spin, covered up at the time, remained rare) Gloria Lane - Love of my life.mp3Gloria Lane - Love of my life.mp3 Gloria Lane - Lets get together.mp3 Perfections – Am I gonna lose you / I love you, my love – SVR 1005 M- £225 (Class Detroit double sider, belting up-tempo and a smooth group soul) Perfections - Am I gonna lose you.mp3 Perfections - I love you my love.mp3 Soul Patrol – Don’t knock the cop – Zuma 100 M- £650 (Super rare funk original from Buddy Holly’s town of Lubbock in Texas, performed by 3 law enforcement officers who were clearly needing to reach out to the community!) Soul Patrol - Don't knock the cop.mp3 PayPal by friends or add 4%, alternatively a bank transfer please. Postage: £7.50 – Special Delivery (Fully insured £500) £8.50 – Special Delivery (Fully insured £1000) Overseas on Request Cheers, Lee
  4. Orlons – Once upon a time / Kissin’ time ABC 10948 WD M- £25 (Nice girly dancer) Johnny Truitt – Just the other day – Abet 9433 M- £150 (Smooth crossover) Magnificent Men – Babe, I’m crazy about you / Forever together – Capitol 2062 M- £25 (2 excellent sides, 2xol “Babe” side, which is uptempo, and the flip mid-tempo group) Judson Moore – Everybody push and pull – Capri 109 Ex £100 (Catchy crossover) Jimmy Bailey – Hush – Columbia 43408 WD Ex+ £75 (Complete opposite to the title, it’s a loud and upbeat big voiced dancer) Wayne Gibson – Under my thumb – Columbia 7911 UK Vg+ £60 (Centre intact, Sticker removed, some marks that leave audible feedback) Little Richard – Get down with it – Columbia 8116 UK Ex £70 (Sticker removed) Bobby Bland – Shoes – Duke 426 DJ M- £75 (Issues going for 50, here’s a rarer Demo) Billy McGregor – Fall on my knees / Mr Shy – Flash 6601 M- £20 (Keep pushing this one, it’s a great little track for a pinch) Barbara Mercer – Hey! / Can’t stop loving you – Golden World 21 Ex+ £15 (Classic Detroit) Darrow Fletcher – My young misery – Groovy 3004 M- £75 (Great tune and catalogue from this household name with distinctive vocals) Gail Wynters – You don’t have to be in love – Hickory 1478 WD M- £40 (Nice femme dancer) Hesitations – I’m not built that way / Soul Superman – Kapp 790 Ex £100 Hesitations – You can’t bypass love – Kapp 848 M- £80 Shelly Fisher – I’ll leave you girl – Kapp 2114 WD M- £75 (Nice crossover, Seen at double) Caesars – Get yourself together / (La la) I love you – Lanie 2001 Ex- £40 (Super double sider, this 45 has a pronounced edge lift, plays through fine) Lou Roberts & Marks – You fooled me – MGM 13347 Vg+ £50 (Some marks that leave audible feedback) Cheers – Two loves / Never again – Nation 7859 Ex 65 (Don’t let the label tear on spindle hole and sticker residue put you off, these are 2 great Chicago sides, great player) Betty Barnes – Walking down Broadway – RCA 9274 WD M- £25 (Superb copy of this femme big city beat) Maria Dallas – Ambush – RCA 9279 WD M- £40 (Superb R&B, never heard it then visit you tube, a dark horse on the label) John Gary Williams – The whole damn world is going crazy – Stax 0205 £35 (Very tight hairline, from run in for 1cm, plays through fine) Dennis Robinson & Original Tams – Trial run – Talent Attraction 303 Ex £100 (Lesser known North Carolina soul) Douglas Gibson w/ Sweet & Sours – Run for your Life – Tangerine 969 WD M- £60 (Brassy soul shouter, the Sours backing is unusually high pitched!) Emile Griffith – Goin, goin gone – Tangerine 983 WD M- £60 (Wonderful New York dancer, west coast release Grover Mitchell – What hurts – Vanguard 5003 Ex- £85 UK (Fabulous tune) Joe Moore – I ain’t – Verve 10566 Ex £30 (Rarer dark blue label issue ) Paypal by friends or add 4%, alternatively bank transfer. Postage: £1.60 – 1st Class (up to £50) £2.80 – 1st Class Signed For (up to £50, buyers risk if valued more) £7.50 – Special Delivery (Fully insured £500) Overseas on Request Cheers, Lee
  5. One west coast stunner up for grabs at a reduced price. Sound file available on request. Hyperions – Why you wanna treat me the way you do – Chattahoochee 699 Ex+ £1100 NOW £1000 Chanced across it on Ian Levine’s 60th podcast whilst driving through the sun blessed north Devon countryside, the other day, what a tune, hard to keep my foot off the pedal, so perfect for the dance floor. This is the rarer title on this gorgeously artistic label. A tiny amount of spindle hole wear otherwise as described. Paypal by friends or add 4%, alternatively bank transfer. Can hold until pay day if it helps. £8.50 – Special Delivery (Fully insured £1000) Overseas on Request Cheers, Lee
  6. Here’s a rock solid mix of anthems, obscurities and rarities for your pleasure, no time to wax lyrical about any 45 but happy to supply more details if required. Be quick there some goodies here that when there are gone, they’re gone! Sound files available on request. Hyperions – Why you wanna treat me the way you do – Chattahoochee 699 Ex+ £1100 (Rarer title on this west coast stunner) Denise LaSalle – A love reputation – Chess 2005 M- £65 Jimmy Bailey - Hush - Columbia 43408 WD Ex+ £80 Sammy O’Banion w/ Features – Cause it hurts – Delphi 382 M- £600 (Very Rare mid-tempo, stunning track) Bobby Bland – Shoes – Duke 426 DJ M- £75 (Issues going for 50, here’s a rarer Demo) Billy McGregor – Fall on my knees / Mr Shy – Flash 6601 M- £20 (Keep pushing this one, it’s a great little track for a pinch) Toni Ross – Hurry back – Har-Town 002 Ex+ £2000 (Hideously rare, probably around 5-10 known copies, bigged up at Stafford by the irrepressible Guy Hennigan) Aquamen - Line and track - H-Back 109 M- £700 (Powerhouse floor filler) Hesitations – I’m not built that way / Soul Superman – Kapp 790 Ex £100 Hesitations – You can’t bypass love – Kapp 848 M- £80 (Whoosh, 2 great Pied Piper 45’s on Kapp above) Shelly Fisher – I’ll leave you girl – Kapp 2114 WD M- £75 (Seen at double, nice crossover) Bobby Sanders - The way I feel - Pick-A-Hit 100 Ex £350 Trial and Error - Thruway - Ramrod 777 M- £825 (How rare is this, never up for sale) Frankie Beverly & Butlers – If that’s what you wanted – Sassy 1002 WD M- £750 (Super rare Demo, ratio to stocks is very small number.ve on flip) Gloria Lane – Love of my life / Let’s get together – Spotlight 1001 M- £650 (Another Guy Hennigan spin, covered up at the time, remained rare) Perfections – Am I gonna lose you / I love you, my love – SVR 1005 M- £225 (Class Detroit double sider) Douglas Gibson w/ Sweet & Sours – Run For Your Life – Tangerine 969 WD M- £60 Emile Griffith – Goin, Goin Gone Tangerine 983 WD M- £60 Ray Pollard – It’s a sad thing – United Artists 50012 M- £150 (Cracking black stock copy) Barbara Banks - River of tears - Veep 1247 WD Ex £150 (Fantastic up-tempo femme, sticker mark on label) John Speaker - I can't break the news to myself - Vogue 14697 £125 (German release of Ben E. King track, with picture sleeve in Ex-) Soul Patrol – Don’t knock the cop – Zuma 100 M- £650 (Super rare funk original from Buddy Holly’s town of Lubbock in Texas) Paypal by friends or add 4%, alternatively bank transfer. Postage: £1.60 – 1st Class (up to £50) £2.80 – 1st Class Signed For (up to £50, buyers risk if valued more) £7.50 – Special Delivery (Fully insured £500) £8.50 – Special Delivery (Fully insured £1000) Overseas on Request Cheers, Lee
  7. Little under 12 hours to go, opening bid has been made and stands at £1600
  8. Northern monster in great condition up for grabs….. PM any questions or to reserve. Willie Hutch – Love runs out / The duck – Dunhill 4012 WD Ex OFFERS East coast vinyl copy of this quintessential Northern double sider, both sides play brilliantly, with only a few light sleeve lines that do not affect play in any way at all. Labels are clean on this white demo. Minimum offer is £1600. I’ll let it run until Tues 11 June, unless I get an offer I can’t refuse in-between. Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: UK full insured included Overseas on request Cheers, Lee.
  9. A wonderful assortment of movers, groovers and shakers, with a little dab of Motown on white demo thrown in for good measure, smashing tunes everywhere. Sound files on request. Please PM any questions or reservations. Dells – Your song – 20th Century Fox 2478 M- £50 (Number written on label) HOLD Johnny Truitt – Just the other day – Abet 9433 M- £150 (Smooth crossover) Sam Dees – Fragile, handle with care – Atlantic 3287 DJ M- £60 (Sublime) HOLD Chaumonts – When you love someone – Bay Sound 67011 M- £50 (Effortless dancer) Magnificent Men – Babe, I’m crazy about you / Forever together – Capitol 2062 M- £25 (2 excellent sides, 2xol “Babe” side) Deon Jackson – Ooh baby – Carla 2537 WD Ex £30 (Not so common on white demo) HOLD Bob Brady – Goodbye baby – Chariot 100 DJ M- £100 (Green label on this powerhouse dancer) SOLD Denise LaSalle – A love reputation – Chess 2005 M- £80 (Nice Stocker) Lou Edwards & Today’s People – Talkin’ bout poor folks – Columbia 45611 WD Ex £125 (Another nice crossover tune) SOLD Billy McGregor – Fall on my knees / Mr Shy – Flash 6601 M- £20 (“Fall” a great track and a snip at this price, clean player, normally surface noise) Constellations – I didn’t know how to – Gemini Star 30005 WD Ex+ £160 (Little edge wear around spindle hole, small sticker residue) SOLD Darrow Fletcher – My young misery – Groovy 3004 M- £75 (Great tune and catalogue from this household name with distinctive vocals) Hesitations – You can’t bypass love – Kapp 848 M- £100 (Is there a more polished group with so many quality releases?) Shelly Fisher – I’ll leave you girl – Kapp 2114 WD M- £75 (Slick crossover) Ben Aiken – Satisfied – Loma 2084 WD M- £100 (Classic) SOLD Tommy Hunt – I’m loving on the losing side – Private Stock 119 DJ M- £30 (Pure class) HOLD Beverly Ann – He’s coming home – RCA 9269 WD M- £85 (Once a 150-200 quid record, great price for a great oldie) Spinners – Truly yours – Motown 1093 WD M- £40 (Awesome tune from a brilliant group, juts look at what they’ve done) Velvelettes – These things we keep me loving you – Soul 35025 WD Ex+ £60 (The writing team on this created a “MASTERPIECE”) HOLD Marvelettes – The Marvelettes – Tamla 60274 M- £50 (Worth it just for “I know better”, a track also covered by Babs McNair and Gladys that was wastefully consigned to LPs with no US single release. Form their Mini LP series, comes with sleeve and juke box strips, happy to trade for another Mini LP in the series) R. Dean Taylor – There’s a ghost in my house – VIP 25042 WD Ex+ £150 (One I can say I grew up to! Minor ageing to labels, sticker residue on flip, plays and looks great on vinyl) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £1.60 – 1st Class, insured up to £50 £2.80 – Signed for, 1st Class, insured up to £50 £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £500 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  10. Some tasty treats to see May out...! Sound files on request. Sound files on request. Please PM any questions or reservations. Earl Jackson – Soul self satisfaction – ABC 11142 WD M- £750 SOLD (Immaculate West coast demo) Little Johnny Truitt – Just the other day – Abet 9433 M- £150 (Smooth crossover) Tempos – Countdown here I come – Canterbury 504 WD M- £275 HOLD (Monarch stamped original styrene) Johnny Caswell – You don’t love me anymore – Decca 32017 M- £900 HOLD (Much rarer stock copy,, which has a Radio Station library number on both sides, plus sample sticker on flip) Fidels – I’m giving you notice baby – Dore 761 Ex+ £300 HOLD (One of the top tunes on this superb L.A catalogue, harder on stock, slight grub on label, plays EX+) Superlatives – Won’t you please (be my baby) – Dynamics 1012 M- £325 HOLD (VERY in-demand and why not, they sound teenage, stunning vocals) Gil Scott-Heron – Lady day and John Coltrane – Flying Dutchman 26015 M- £275 HOLD (Superb, ignore the title) Albert Washington & Kings – I’m the man – Fraternity 1002 M- £200 HOLD (R&B winner on the up, up and up, get it while you can, it’s a keeper) Ray Spencer – Mr Love – Garland 1026 M- £400 (Super rare Salem, Oregon release on Gary Nielands label, few known copies of the solo male cover of the first on the label by Prince Charles and the Crusaders, which itself rarely appeared on Northern lists) Exits – I don’t want to hear it – Gemini 1006 WD M- £150 HOLD (There all class tracks, but this is the best for me) Constellations – I didn’t know how to – Gemini Star 30005 WD Ex £160 (Little edge wear around spindle hole, small sticker residue) Harold Burrage – Fifty-Fifty – M-Pac! 7211 DJ M- £200 HOLD (Fabulous R&B as expected from Chicago's Burrage) Forston & Scott – Sweet lover – Pzazz 012 M- £2000 SOLD (Beautiful copy, stunning floor filler, nowt else to add really) Otis Lee – Hard row to hoe – Quant 1-1 M- £900 (R&B of highest order, superb lyrics on a cool melody) Cautions – No other way – Shrine 115 M- £1400 (Does it get any better, crystal blue clean labels, I find several Shrine male group tracks are off the mark, over produced, but this is spot on) Gloria Lane – Love of my life / Let’s get together – Spotlight 1001 M- £650 (Rare old cover up for Guy H and Ginger) Perfections – Am I gonna lose you / I love you, my love – SVR 1005 M- £225 (Cool Detroit double sider) Holidays – I’m the one (who really loves you) – Thunder 2628 Ex £350 SOLD (Rare, obscure and great) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £1000 £9.50 - Special Delivery full insurance for 45’s up to £2000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  11. Anyone catch the final price of Albert Washington - I'm the man on Mannys auction, sure it ended Tuesday but missed it? Ta, Lee
  12. Reductions from original sale prices! Sound files on request. Dells – Your song – 20th Century Fox 2478 M- £60 now £50 (Number written on label) Barbara Lynn – You’re losing me – Atlantic 2513 Promo M- £35 now £25 (Red & White promo, all Bab’s stuff is top quality) Drifters – You got to pay your dues – Atlantic 2746 Ex £120 now £100 (Ever popular) Sam Dees – Fragile, handle with care – Atlantic 3287 DJ M- £75 now £65 (Sublime) Lou Edwards & Today’s People – Talkin’ bout poor folks – Columbia 45611 WD Ex £145 now £125 Wayne Gibson – Under my thumb – Columbia 7911 Vg+ £75 now £65 (Sticker removed, some marks that leave audible feedback) Little Richard – Get down with it – Columbia 8116 Ex £85 now £75 (Sticker removed) Constellations – I didn’t know how to – Gemini Star 30005 WD Ex+ £200 now £180 (Light label wear on spindle hole, very clean surface) Betty Boo – Say it isn’t so – Grapevine 125 M- £100 Shelly Fisher – I’ll leave you girl – Kapp 2114 WD M- £100 (Slick crossover) now £85 Lou Roberts & Marks – You fooled me – MGM 13347 Vg+ £60 (Some marks that leave audible feedback) now £50 Cheers – Two loves / Never again – Nation 7859 Ex £75 now £65 (Don’t let the label tear on spindle hole and sticker residue put you off, these are 2 great Chicago sides, great player) Beverly Ann – He’s coming home – RCA 9269 WD M- £100 now £90 (Superb copy of this oldie) Betty Barnes – Walking down Broadway – RCA 9274 WD M- £25 now £20 (Superb copy of this femme big city beat) Maria Dallas – Ambush – RCA 9279 WD M- £60 now £50 (Superb R&B, never heard it then visit you tube, a dark horse on the label) John Gary Williams – The whole damn world is going crazy – Stax 0205 £45 now £35 (Very tight hairline, from run in for 1cm, plays through fine) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £2.80 – 1st Class Signed For insured to £50 £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for up to £1000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee
  13. I had at least 10 copies several years ago and remember that every label had silver inkspots on them (like Edwins image above), and not one played through without a little bit of audible feedback due to lower quality pressing plant, and I can't recollect anyone talking about boots! Lee
  14. A nice spread of dance floor fillers up for grabs! Sound files on request. Dells – Your song – 20th Century Fox 2478 M- £60 (Number written on label) Johnny Truitt – Just the other day – Abet 9433 M- £200 (Fabulous crossover) Barbara Lynn – You’re losing me – Atlantic 2513 Promo M- £35 (Red & White promo, all Bab’s stuff is top quality) Drifters – You got to pay your dues – Atlantic 2746 Ex £120 (Ever popular) Sam Dees – Fragile, handle with care – Atlantic 3287 DJ M- £75 (Sublime) Judson Moore – Everybody push and pull – Capri 109 Ex £85 (Catchy crossover) Lou Edwards & Today’s People – Talkin’ bout poor folks – Columbia 45611 WD Ex £145 Wayne Gibson – Under my thumb – Columbia 7911 Vg+ £75 (Sticker removed, some marks that leave audible feedback) Little Richard – Get down with it – Columbia 8116 Ex £85 (Sticker removed) Constellations – I didn’t know how to – Gemini Star 30005 WD Ex+ £200 (Light label wear on spindle hole) Betty Boo – Say it isn’t so – Grapevine 125 M- £100 Shelly Fisher – I’ll leave you girl – Kapp 2114 WD M- £100 (Slick crossover) Lou Roberts & Marks – You fooled me – MGM 13347 Vg+ £60 (Some marks that leave audible feedback) Cheers – Two loves / Never again – Nation 7859 Ex £75 (Don’t let the label tear on spindle hole and sticker residue put you off, these are 2 great Chicago sides, great player) Beverly Ann – He’s coming home – RCA 9269 WD M- £100 (Superb copy of this oldie) Betty Barnes – Walking down Broadway – RCA 9274 WD M- £25 (Superb copy of this femme big city beat) Maria Dallas – Ambush – RCA 9279 WD M- £60 (Superb R&B, never heard it then visit you tube, a dark horse on the label) John Gary Williams – The whole damn world is going crazy – Stax 0205 £45 (Very tight hairline, from run in for 1cm, plays through fine) Dennis Robinson & Original Tams – Trial run – Talent Attraction 303 Ex £100 (Lesser known North Carolinan soul) Long John Baldry - Drifter - United Artists 1136 WD M- £150 SOLD (Nice UK copy of this anthem) Little Anthony & Imperials – Better use your head – Veep 1228 M- £55 SOLD (Picture sleeve split seem, left hand edge, Ex-) Ballads – I can’t see your love – Vee-Jay 714 Ex+ £100 HOLD (Full throttle soul) Vows – Tell me – V.I.P. 25016 Ex+ £125 HOLD (Morris Chestnut on lead vocals) Darrell Banks – I’m the one who loves you – Volt 4014 Ex- £100 (So, so popular, slight edge lift, DNAP, light ring wear) Content with PayPal by friends or add 4% for your own assurance, or I can take bank transfers. Postage: £2.80 – 1st Class Signed For insured to £50 £7.50 – Special Delivery full insurance up to £500 £8.50 – Special Delivery full insurance for up to £1000 Overseas on request Cheers, Lee

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