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Question ... how can some ebay sellers mail me stuff from China or Korea for hella cheap, yet it costs me like $15 to mail a pile of paper to Canada? Has anyone figured that out? I would be perfectly willing to mail Tomoe stuff to UK if I could find a way to do it inexpensively, but I can't figure out how.

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If the shipping rate to the Netherlands is reasonable I'm interested.

What a strange world we live in, where people communicate by text more than ever before, yet the art of proper handwriting is seen as a thing from the past.

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It'll be plain white, and I'll have some extra cream later on. P&P included within UK. For Europe, I'll find the cheapest postage

price and that's what I'll add only. No extra charges. I'll also be able to do 200 sheets for £18 and 300 sheets for £26.

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Hi Sach,

 

Now that we all know what you plan to offer

i.e 200 sheets of plain white A4,, and nothing else,,

quantities would be helpful to you at this point?

 

Regards, beejay

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Please count me in for 200 sheets, but let me know what the shipping to Dublin, Ireland is. If the excess is (significantly) more than £3, I may want to do a different arrangement and have them shipped to N. Ireland instead.

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