2131 North Weber Street
Colorado Springs, CO, U.S.A.
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phone 719.471.5884. e-mail: email@example.com. Shop hours Wednesday-Saturday, 10am - 6pm. A family-owned, general stock used bookshop established in 1946 by Henry A. Clausen. We specialize in fine quality used books in all categories. With the expertise to help you develop your collection, we also offer guidance on caring for your books, archival restoration and valuation. Appraisals are $10 per item and up.
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The History and People of Colorful Colorado
Books related to the history of Colorado - its counties and cities, mining camps, railroads, mountains and tourist destinations, geology, agriculture and much more.
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toll-free 1-888-412-7717, or 1-719-471-5884; Owner: Douglas P. Clausen, dba
Clausen Books, RMABA, 2131 North Weber Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80907 USA;
Colorado Sales Tax license #24-81363-0000. For our customers in the Eurozone,
the used books we sell are zero-rated under the VAT and Clausen Books is not
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phone: 1-719-471-5884, or toll-free in the US 1-888-412-7717; e-mail: email@example.com. SHIPPING AND HANDLING: ALL USPS SHIPMENTS (U.S. and Puerto Rico)INCLUDE DELIVERY CONFIRMATION. USPS Media Mail: Single Volumes $4.25; each additional volume $1.75, IN THE SAME ORDER. Heavier volumes may be priced higher. PRIORITY MAIL: Single Volumes $8.95, and $2.50 each additional book IN THE SAME ORDER. Heavier volumes will be priced higher. OVERSEAS ORDERS: Costs vary, based on weight, size and destination. Packages will be shipped via Global Priority Mail whenever possible and customer will be reimbursed for over-charges whenever possible. New US Postal Rates necessitate this change.