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Item Condition: Great
Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.
Suburb or Town: Perth
State: WA
Payment Method: Cash EFT
Reason for selling: NLR

Further information:


For sale is my 5x Cricket Memorabilia , signed, framed prints. All with Cert. of Authenticity from PWC.

1. "Perfect Day" Steve Waugh Ashes Test SCG, last ball of the day to bring up 100.

2. "Decleration of Waugh" 16 consecutive Test Match victories as Captain of Australia.

3. "Demolition Man" Adam Gilchrist.

4. "The Test Match Years" Shane Warne, Test Career highlights.

5. "Ball of the Century" Shane Warne, Ashes Test in England, bowled Mike Gatting.

All in mint condition, Perth pick up only. Happy to negotiate a package sale or individual sales as required.





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Perhaps I went a bit high price wise.


If anyone is interested at all, just flick me an offer. I’ll entertain all offers.

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Jeez, look possibly. 

It’s just that I assume the cost will eat well into any profit is all I am worried about.

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2 hours ago, seadog said:

Jeez, look possibly. 

It’s just that I assume the cost will eat well into any profit is all I am worried about.

The buyer is the one that pays for postage and insurance not you. If your going to post these then just package them appropriately so that they can withstand everything Aus Post or a courier company can throw at them. Post pics of your boxing of them to the buyer so you both agree that it is adequate. That will stop any argument down the track. Make sure your insurance is rock solid. I've sent heaps of reasonably exxy gear across Aus and OS and never had a comeback.


Just assume at some stage someone is going to throw/drive over/drop from a height/douse in water/ use it as a step up ect ect.


It's not actually that daunting to package something yourself so none of these things happen. Common sense will tell you what is adequate.




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