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Item Condition: NEW
Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Everton Park, Brisbane
State: Queensland
Payment Method: EFT, Cash
Reason for selling: Not required

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Ortofon D.20E/11 - 857E replacement stylus SEALED BRAND NEW
Never opened, sealed in original packaging. New old stock.

Spare part was purchased new with Dual CS 505 turntable sometime in the 80's I think.
No longer have the TT so this is of no use to me.

Happy to express post within Australia add $12

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