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  • lee caripidis
    My friend lives in the Detroit area of the US. Sorry about not mentioning it. Lee. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ On Mon, 02 Jul 2001 03:30:40 JESSE PUDWELL
    Message 1 of 2 , May 24, 2001
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      My friend lives in the Detroit area of the US. Sorry about not mentioning
      it. Lee.
      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

      On Mon, 02 Jul 2001 03:30:40 "JESSE PUDWELL" <SGTPUDGLI@...>
      writes:
      > Regarding the ''66 Pistol...is your friend in the States or in
      > Canada? I
      > just want to know if I'll be able to write my own Point "A" to "B"
      > permit to
      > convey,...or not... :^)
      >
      > Cheers,
      > Pud
      >
      >
      > >From: lee caripidis <ditlegrec@...>
      > >Reply-To: WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com
      > >To: WarOf1812@...
      > >Subject: [WarOf1812] sale
      > >Date: Wed, 23 May 2001 21:35:41 -0400
      > >
      > >A friend has put several items up for sale which I believe may
      > interest
      > >some of our fellow e-group members. I trust this does not break
      > protocol.
      > >If so, I apologise.
      > >Lee Caripidis
      > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      > >
      > >French m1766 pistol, .69 cal. naval pattern; 9"bbl., double
      > 'branch'
      > >single brass bbl band, as original; superb lock, 5"x1", marked
      > >St.Etienne; walnut full stock; inspection & proof marks as
      > original. A
      > >work of military beauty by John Bosh from "The Rifle Shoppe"
      > castings,
      > >(taken off original parts). Belt hook. "Great sparking lock".
      > @$800.
      > >(U.S. funds). (see series #504, page 99 of the previous TRS
      > catalog).
      > > ~~~~~~~~~~~
      > >Elegant plug bayonet 12 1/2" double edged blade, (from cut down
      > sword),
      > >shell guard, castings from The Rifle Shoppe, by John Bosh, ca.
      > 1700
      > >style; @$125.
      > >see p. 189, #140, (though with straight blade).
      > > ~~~~~~~~~~~
      > >12" carved horn by Scott Sibley, noted hornsmith. Depiction of New
      > York
      > >Mohawk valley, ca. 1770. British Lion & Unicorn, aged horn body,
      > black
      > >tip- beautiful. $300.
      > > ~~~~~~~~~~~
      > >Yeager rifle; straight octagon bbl. (Getz?), 38"x 1 1/16"x.54
      > cal.;flared
      > >tang;
      > >Davis double set triggers; finger grip trigger guard; early brass
      > >hardware, heavy walnut full stock, 1725 style; nice rifle, cheap @
      > $475 .
      > >"Great sparking lock".
      > >
      > > ~~~~~~~~~~~
      > >35mm SRT100 Minolta camera; 135mm & 55mm lenses go with camera;
      > good
      > >sturdy metal camera ca. 1970; match needle exposure control;
      > neutral
      > >density filter, close up lens. $75.
      > > ~~~~~~~~~~~
      > >
      > >Books:
      > >"Encyclopedia of the War of 1812", by David S. Heidler & Jeanne T.
      > >Heidler ed.
      > >8 1/2"x 11" ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, CA 1997 634 pages , new
      > condition,
      > >(owner's name on fly sheet, otherwise mint cond). w/ jacket. ($90
      > list),
      > >.....$40.
      > >
      > >"The Oxford Companion American Military History", ed. by
      > J.W.Chambers II,
      > >New York 1999, 1916 pages new w/jacket cost $90. sell for
      > $45.
      > >
      > >"The First World War", by John Keegan, Alfred Knopf New York,
      > 1999,
      > >New, w/jacket, 475 pages, sell $20.
      > >
      > >
      > >Call Bill....(248) 656-2925.
      >
      >
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