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Vintage sheet music Delilah, part of Lowrey's Wonderful World of Music no. 28

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This is a 1971 copy of the sheet music, "Delilah" by Les Reed and Barry Mason and part of the Lowrey's Wonderful World of Music collection #28. Looks like pretty easy piano accompaniment and words are there too. In good condition with small corner bends and 2 small spots inside fold edge. It is 11 inches x 8 1/2 inches. I have a lot of these so would be happy to combine shipping.

If you'd like to see more pictures just email me. Please read our shipping policy regarding shipping charges. If you send me your zip code I can give you a more accurate shipping charge. We do combine shipping so email what you want to combine and we will figure the shipping charges

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(123)
Reviewed by Brittney Fisher
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 19, 2018
Quick shipping and good quality as described.
Best in Children's Books Lassie, William Tell etc. 1958 hardback w/ DJ

Reviewed by timruth
5 out of 5 stars
Apr 10, 2018
Perfect condition and arrived quickly. Thank you
Vintage Nikko Fine China Forest Glen salad plate

Reviewed by emiltrav
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 24, 2018
I have a Blue Willow saucer that was missing the tea cup. So glad to have found this tea cup to complete my set. Fast shipping. Tea cup was packaged with care and arrived beautifully in one piece!
Vintage Blue Willow porcelain china large flat tea cup by Churchill in England

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Returns & exchanges

I want my customers to be happy while I make a reasonable profit, thus my Return Policy:

THE BARE DETAILS
-I accept returns for a reasonable motivation, up to 14 days after you receive the item, like for breakage in shipping. This means that you must ship the item back so that it reaches me within that 14 day time period, not merely postdated within 14 days. Unfortunately I have had to adopt this policy and hold to it strictly, because there are numerous unscrupulous individuals trying to take advantage of my kindness. If the item reaches me within a reasonable time frame of that 14 days, I will honor the return.
-If an item reaches you damaged in shipping, I require sufficiently clear photos of the shipping box and item sent to me via email at the time of return request. If for some reason you cannot provide me sufficiently clear pictures via email, I cannot issue a return. In the case of many insurance claims, they require me to provide evidence.
*** REQUIRED READING FOR THE UNSCRUPULOUS ***Another consideration—and this one for the unscrupulous among us; I worked for a period of time in the shipping industry. I regularly made claims regarding damaged goods. I am extremely well versed and have much experience in what a shipping associate will and will not deliver. If a package is damaged so severely that the item inside is likely to have suffered damage as well, certain events occur by default. I am very hard to bluff. And, to top it off, if I am convinced that you are scamming me, I will simply not honor a return. Sue me.  If you are one of those looking for some way to get something for nothing, it would serve you well to shop elsewhere. I have never been scammed. This is not a challenge to do your best at scamming me. We do not sell extremely expensive items that would justify getting an attorney involved. You will simply be wasting your time and money, not mine. The great reputation that you think you would be smearing by posting your single scenario of lies will never weigh anything up against all of the honest years of business that my public record confirms. Criminal minds are the weakest among us—I sleep just fine every night. I could possibly be so upset by your efforts as to take half a baby aspirin—once.
*** END OF REQUIRED READING FOR THE UNSCRUPULOUS ***

MORE DETAILS - ALL SALES ARE FINAL
The reason for return request must be reasonable. Changing your mind, or getting the item and realizing that you forgot to take some measurement to see if my item fits in some specific space, or failing to read all of the item description is not sufficient reason for return. If you ask for more detailed information prior to your purchase, I will do everything possible to meet your request.

I go through great effort to reveal any minor defects in my merchandise before posting. In the case of any major defects, well, there aren't any. I simply wouldn't sell something like that.

Color matching. I cannot guarantee subtle nuances such as color tone differences between photo and reality. I am a degreed, professional photographer. I know light management. I use various backgrounds to best present each item. I take my own photographs-- I do not use web-acquired photographic assets for my sale pages, like some folks have done. If such a subtle color tone match is necessary, I'm not sure that you have made the best choices regarding from where you are attempting to acquire any given item. You would be better served to lay your hand on the item before purchasing. In that event, buying online is not a great choice for you.

CASE BY CASE BASIS
My "store" is all unique merchandise, excluding, of course, my original photographic merchandise. Therefore, the return circumstances can vary drastically. So, I reserve the right to make that decision. One of the rare occasions that something did break in shipping, I required the return of that item. It was a 20 inch, plastic 1970's 7-Up clock. The shipper almost destroyed the box in route and the clock suffered a crack and one small piece also fell off. The buyer sent the pictures and returned the item, which I refunded in full, I repaired the item to near perfection and I sold it at a reduced value a few weeks later, revealing the break and repair in the sales page, of course.

The buyer will have to pay to ship the item back but I will refund the original purchase price and original shipping cost. In most cases, to get a refund, you have to pay a shipping fee to the post office to get the item back to me, broken or not, the decision is up to me. I hope that this added expense of shipping will be an automatic filter making people think twice before returning an item for any unreasonable motivation. Be advised that most major shippers are now including package photo documentation at time of delivery-- yes, even the postal service is acquiring this technology. Something that is not explained or talked about much in online merchandising is that both the seller and the buyer take a risk in doing business through the shipping industry. While it is true enough that commercial businesses like Walmart and Target transact enough commerce to cover their losses in the case of breakage and even theft, smaller "mom & pop shops" like SpecializedMedia Merchandise do not have any room for losses built into their pricing structure. As a matter of fact, in my case, I do everything I can to keep the price down.

There may come a day that enough dishonesty rises in occurrences that people like me cannot afford to do business via the shipping avenues like USPS, UPS and FedEx. Hopefully, Jesus will return before that takes place. 

In reality, over the many years that I have done business via Ebay and Etsy, I have only had single digit returns to date and that was several years ago (this statement made April 2016).

I am not in this business as a hobby. I am a semi-retired professional media consultant who uses this business to support my income.
I want my customers to be happy while I make a reasonable profit, thus my Return Policy:

THE BARE DETAILS
-I accept returns for a reasonable motivation, up to 14 days after you receive the item, like for breakage in shipping. This means that you must ship the item back so that it reaches me within that 14 day time period, not merely postdated within 14 days. Unfortunately I have had to adopt this policy and hold to it strictly, because there are numerous unscrupulous individuals trying to take advantage of my kindness. If the item reaches me within a reasonable time frame of that 14 days, I will honor the return.
-If an item reaches you damaged in shipping, I require sufficiently clear photos of the shipping box and item sent to me via email at the time of return request. If for some reason you cannot provide me sufficiently clear pictures via email, I cannot issue a return. In the case of many insurance claims, they require me to provide evidence.
*** REQUIRED READING FOR THE UNSCRUPULOUS ***Another consideration—and this one for the unscrupulous among us; I worked for a period of time in the shipping industry. I regularly made claims regarding damaged goods. I am extremely well versed and have much experience in what a shipping associate will and will not deliver. If a package is damaged so severely that the item inside is likely to have suffered damage as well, certain events occur by default. I am very hard to bluff. And, to top it off, if I am convinced that you are scamming me, I will simply not honor a return. Sue me.  If you are one of those looking for some way to get something for nothing, it would serve you well to shop elsewhere. I have never been scammed. This is not a challenge to do your best at scamming me. We do not sell extremely expensive items that would justify getting an attorney involved. You will simply be wasting your time and money, not mine. The great reputation that you think you would be smearing by posting your single scenario of lies will never weigh anything up against all of the honest years of business that my public record confirms. Criminal minds are the weakest among us—I sleep just fine every night. I could possibly be so upset by your efforts as to take half a baby aspirin—once.
*** END OF REQUIRED READING FOR THE UNSCRUPULOUS ***

MORE DETAILS - ALL SALES ARE FINAL
The reason for return request must be reasonable. Changing your mind, or getting the item and realizing that you forgot to take some measurement to see if my item fits in some specific space, or failing to read all of the item description is not sufficient reason for return. If you ask for more detailed information prior to your purchase, I will do everything possible to meet your request.

I go through great effort to reveal any minor defects in my merchandise before posting. In the case of any major defects, well, there aren't any. I simply wouldn't sell something like that.

Color matching. I cannot guarantee subtle nuances such as color tone differences between photo and reality. I am a degreed, professional photographer. I know light management. I use various backgrounds to best present each item. I take my own photographs-- I do not use web-acquired photographic assets for my sale pages, like some folks have done. If such a subtle color tone match is necessary, I'm not sure that you have made the best choices regarding from where you are attempting to acquire any given item. You would be better served to lay your hand on the item before purchasing. In that event, buying online is not a great choice for you.

CASE BY CASE BASIS
My "store" is all unique merchandise, excluding, of course, my original photographic merchandise. Therefore, the return circumstances can vary drastically. So, I reserve the right to make that decision. One of the rare occasions that something did break in shipping, I required the return of that item. It was a 20 inch, plastic 1970's 7-Up clock. The shipper almost destroyed the box in route and the clock suffered a crack and one small piece also fell off. The buyer sent the pictures and returned the item, which I refunded in full, I repaired the item to near perfection and I sold it at a reduced value a few weeks later, revealing the break and repair in the sales page, of course.

The buyer will have to pay to ship the item back but I will refund the original purchase price and original shipping cost. In most cases, to get a refund, you have to pay a shipping fee to the post office to get the item back to me, broken or not, the decision is up to me. I hope that this added expense of shipping will be an automatic filter making people think twice before returning an item for any unreasonable motivation. Be advised that most major shippers are now including package photo documentation at time of delivery-- yes, even the postal service is acquiring this technology. Something that is not explained or talked about much in online merchandising is that both the seller and the buyer take a risk in doing business through the shipping industry. While it is true enough that commercial businesses like Walmart and Target transact enough commerce to cover their losses in the case of breakage and even theft, smaller "mom & pop shops" like SpecializedMedia Merchandise do not have any room for losses built into their pricing structure. As a matter of fact, in my case, I do everything I can to keep the price down.

There may come a day that enough dishonesty rises in occurrences that people like me cannot afford to do business via the shipping avenues like USPS, UPS and FedEx. Hopefully, Jesus will return before that takes place. 

In reality, over the many years that I have done business via Ebay and Etsy, I have only had single digit returns to date and that was several years ago (this statement made April 2016).

I am not in this business as a hobby. I am a semi-retired professional media consultant who uses this business to support my income.

Shipping policies

We charge only what it takes to get the item to you, including box, if needed. We do not make money on shipping. We recycle when possible. Generally it is shipped parcel post to get the cheapest rate, but if it is light enough to go 1st Class or media mail it is even cheaper. It is difficult to estimate shipping to all areas of the country, therefore we've picked a place farthest from us to base shipping upon. If actual shipping is cheaper than stated, we refund you the difference. Insurance will be added to any item over $20 as well as delivery confirmation on all items.

Additional policies

If there is more than one item wanted from our store, we will gladly bundle the items to save on shipping. Because of the way Etsy is set up, you may have to pay both shipping costs upfront, but we will happily refund the difference as soon as we have the correct amount of shipping. We have never attempted to make a profit on shipping costs. USPS, UPS and FedEx already make millions in their industry-- adding yet another point of mark up simply does not make sense. In this resell marketplace, their just isn't any room for that.

FAQs

We make every effort to meet and exceed your requests. Simply email us prior to your purchase.
If you order a specific size photograph, that is what you will get. Buying one size and asking for something else is not something we can satisfy. Sorry.
Sorry, I do not gift wrap. Do you really want a career media consultant and photographer to attempt to gift wrap your sweet heart's sequined clutch?
No whole sale is available in this store without sufficient quantity to justify such. In the case of my original photographic products, you may certainly request a volume purchase which I will offer at a reasonable discount. I have already executed such a sale for one of my ScriptureGraphs where a customer asked for 10 of them, which I discounted some.

Vintage sheet music Delilah, part of Lowrey's Wonderful World of Music no. 28

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