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Hi

During my clear out I've come across the following.

The Amiga Shopper PD Directory - Published by Future Publishing in 1993. A collection of Amiga Shopper's PD reviews from issues 1 to 30. Willing for this to go for the price of the postage.

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Amiga CDTV Title Selection Brochure - Published by CBM (UK) in 1992. This brochure I picked up around the time and is in excellent condition given its age. Lists all the available CDTV software along with a lot of up and coming titles that never actually made it to market. A bit of a collectors item, that would make anybody's CDTV collection complete. SOLD

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I've also got the following which I am happy to give away for the price of postage;

A1200 User's Guide
Workbench 3.0 User's Guide
Wordworth 7 Manual

If these don't get taken, then I'll probably chuck them out as need the space.

Feel free to ask questions. Paypal is my preferred payment method.

Thanks

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Re: FS: Amiga Books & Bits

Hi there! Nice collection!!

How much would be shipping to Argentina? Everything but the heavy book would be just great for me sir! Let me know!

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Hi

Just to be clear you would like the CDTV brochure, A1200 User Guide, Workbench 3.0 User Guide and CDTV Brochure.

I've weighed these and they come in at about 550g, which via airmail would cost £11.50.

Therefore total price would be £21.50.

Let me know if that is acceptable.

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Hello :)

I would be interested in the PD Directory. Would you please let me know what shipping to the USA would be? I can give you a PM with my exact address if you need it.

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Hi Heather

I've weighed the book and it comes in at just under 900g, so postage will be around £16 if I send airmail with Royal Mail (the UK postal service). I've look at FedEx and UPS to the US and the prices seem very similar.

If you can PM me your address I can have a look at getting a more accurate quote, although the Royal Mail price is fixed for the whole of the US.

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Re: FS: Amiga Books & Bits

I'll have to withdraw my interest. I was going to scan it to preserve it, but it will cost too much for shipping. :( Perhaps someone in the UK will scan it.

Thank you!

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Don't worry about it, I was surprised at how much it would cost as well. Hopefully it will find a good home, why I'm letting it go for the price of the postage.

Thanks for your interest.
 

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@Zetec: thanks for reply. Do you think shipping to France would be cheaper?

Thanks in advance

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Hi

Yes, shipping to France or anywhere else in the EU is only £6.30.

Let me know what you think.

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Re: FS: Amiga Books & Bits

Is this CDTV Brochure still available?
 

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Phantom

Yes the CDTV brochure is still available, if you are interested?

In fact everything in this ad is still available!

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Money sent for CDTV brochure.
 
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