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Postby absoulute » 09/18/09 02:14 AM

Cheers!

I am currently looking for Robert E. Neale's Life, Death, and other Card tricks

Also need Castle Notebooks vol.1 and vol.4

So if you need a few coins in your pocket or a lot of coins in the case of the notebooks, then please send me a note, I would be glad to make you an offer.

Warm Regards,
- Dylan
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Postby trickdoctor » 09/18/09 05:03 PM

I have the Neale book and dust jacket, both in mint condition.

Please contact me at:

trickdoctor@aol.com

Thanks,

Joel Kaplan
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Postby Dustin Stinett » 09/18/09 05:33 PM

And I will happily vouch for Joel as being a fine source for quality stuff.

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Postby Mike Rozek » 09/18/09 07:46 PM

Hi Dylan. I have the notebooks vols 1 through 4, and will consider selling as a set. They are all matching numbers.

Let me know if you are interested: mike@rozeks.com

Thanks!
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Postby Mike Carr » 09/18/09 09:23 PM

Asking to buy Cervon Notebooks on a magic forum is the same as pulling out your you know what in a you know where. :D
"Then he seized the pack."
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 09/18/09 10:13 PM

I know what, but I don't know where.
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Postby Mike Rozek » 09/18/09 10:13 PM

Interesting, Mike...not sure what you meant by that.
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Postby absoulute » 09/18/09 10:37 PM

I am actually getting some great responses so far. This is a great community, and I have gotten many great offers. Some of us missed the boat bad on the notebooks and I don't see a second printing coming any time soon. Needless to say I thank those of you who have contacted me so far, any and all offers are welcome.

As for you Mr. Carr, all I can say is, 'Excuse me while I whip this out!'
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Postby Mike Carr » 09/19/09 02:42 AM

As for you Mr. Carr, all I can say is, 'Excuse me while I whip this out!'


Aaah...a man of insight. ;)
I figured that an old Alabama boy had heard that before.
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Postby Mike Carr » 09/19/09 02:45 AM

Richard Kaufman wrote:I know what, but I don't know where.


A sporting house, RK.
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