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[BKARTS] Bookbinding equipment

This came to me from a friend who lives in Yachats, OR on the Pacific coast (you say ya-HOTS, not YEAH-chets). She is moving and unloading. Plus she recently broke an arm in three places, which is complicating everything.
There is some good equipment available.

Contact Kay if you are interested in anything. I don't think she is currently on this list.

Eugene, OR

On Wednesday, December 7, 2005, at 09:26 PM, X wrote:

Dear Carol...

My home phone (with ever-obliging answering machine) is 541.547.3517.

The jobbacker is late 1800's or early 1900's and a beauty.  $1500 OBO

Trimmer (Ideal 1071) $450

Nipping press $300 (I'll get the dimensions to-morrow when I go to the storeroom.)

I also have eight 'antique' gilding/finishing rolls and a burnisher, $100 @ OBO.

And I have until the middle of January to find a home for these things.  Yikes!

Also complicating the situation is I am not allowed to lift anything at all, so movers would have to be relied on for shipment.

Thanks for your assistance!


(Kay Bailey...Yachats)

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