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For Sale

£10.00
Newport

Light wood CD Holder holds over 80 CDs

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Tarot Palmistry Tuition Books

£20.00
Newport

5xTarot books,1x CD(Secrets of Tarot))2x Palmistry books.Take the best from each+create your own powerful personal reading system!

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The Ark of the Covenant

£8.00
Chepstow

Illus.hardback, 1999, cost £20.Also 1900 House, living as a Victorian family, illus.hardback, £5.

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The Encyclopedia of Fantasy

£5.00
Chepstow

large hardback, 1997.Also Goodbye to Victoria [ funeral train ] llus.paperback, £5.00. and Beyond El dorado, illus. paperback, 5.00.

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Darling Buds Of May DVD Box-Set

£12.50
Croesyceiliog

Darling Buds Of May DVD Box-Set. The Complete Series. New - Unopened.

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Coronation Street DVD Box Set

£10.00
Croesyceiliog

3 x DVD Box Set to Celebrate 50 years of Coronation Street. New - Unopened.

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Vinyl Records

£1.00
Newport

Classical and pop albums in good condition 1960's onwards. Some collectors editions. From 50p each.

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