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Volumes 1, 2 and 4 of J.P. Wybauw's Book for sale

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I have Volumes 1 ,2 and 4 of Jean-Pierre Wybauw's Great Chocolate books are for sale.


The books are in great shape!  There is some tape on the corner of the front of volume 1 that I used to keep it together after a drop.  Volume 1 is also autographed by the author (See pics below).


I'm asking $150 for the lot OBO.


Let me know if interested or if you have questions







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Yes they are.  


I just got another offer today, though.  Would you be able to pay $200.00 plus shipping for the lot?

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It's been a week since I heard from the other party and I would like to ask if you're still interested in the books???


$150 plus shipping costs.  

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