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From Col. Jack Novak's estate (West Point Class Of 1943), an interesting British military belt buckle- see condition above. Newly minted Lt. Novak was assigned to Gen. Eisenhower's staff in Englandas a pilot (under Gen. Smith) - an interesting momento of the war, perhaps. Jack Novak lived here in Alexandria until his passing, he was quite an interesting fellow - my old employees remember him well. Free fully insured shipping to the USA. $14.95 shipping to countries I ship to - I willnot ship this to Italy or China. If paypal is a problem let me know & we'll work something out. I combine lots to save shipping costs, thank you for looking & good luck. jnlotPayment
Paypal isok, as areother forms of payment (inquire). If you need a little time to pay, please let me know up front so I won't file a non-payment claim against you.Shipping
Shipping costs are generally in the lot description. I use a secure "Safety Mailer" to ship a small number of coins, and a larger padded envelope or priority flat rate boxes for quantity lots. I don't gouge on shipping but I charge a wee bit over the actual postage to cover these costs and cover the 13.5% commission that and PayPal charge me for shipping. I sometimes refund some shipping in cash if I can (if I like your profile & response).. I sometimes ship to countries not listed, please email me to confirm.Terms of Sale
We would all like to be paid a nanosecond after the sale closes, however if you need a little time let me know. If you would like to wait after winning a lot & combine it with an upcoming lot (saves shipping) let me know. If you want to pick up lots locally (and save shipping) let me know. I accept alternative payment venues to Paypal & sometimes share the savings, email if you need to. I am easy to do business with - I make any mistakes or errors good. Unfortunately I block buyers that I feel uncomfortable doing business with (unfair response, unreasonable returns, fraudulant undelivered lot claims, ect.). I share blocked buyer lists with other dealers.About Us
I turn 74 years young this year (2016) and have been a coin & precious metals dealer in the Washington, D.C. area since 1967 (I joined the ANA that year, # 59598). Until recently, I had an office at Trojan Antiques in Old Town Alexandria, Va. - the owner died suddenly and the store is now closed. My friends at The Antique Guild - a really interesting shop @ 113 North Fairfax St. are letting me meet clients there on Saturdays on an appointment basis.Trade & bank references are available on request. If you are seriously interested in coins, currency, et al have a peek at The Numismatic Bibliomania Society website (voted the Best on the Web). Click on the e-sylum (e-newsletter) and the current edition (it's published weekly). Heady, interesting reading - you might even find contributions from yours truly from time to time.Contact Us
I meet clients (and friends) at The Antique Guild (113 North Fairfax St. in Alexandria, Va. 22314 ) on an appointment basis on Saturdays.My mailing address is - Gene Brandenburg,Box 248, Port Tobacco, Md. 20677Pictures sell!
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