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RCMP ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE UNIFORM
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Auction ended on April 26th, 2015 UTC
RCMP ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE UNIFORM
RCMP ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE UNIFORM Comprising Mounties Jacket in scarlet with gilt enameled collar badges and staybrite GRC/RCMP shoulder titles. A pair of straight leg blue trousers with yellow line. A pair of blue wool, balloon leg pants with yellow line. VGC
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It is at the discretion of The Auctioneer, to decide whether or not to refund the buyer where there is a dispute over authenticity and a third party ?expert? may be called in to determine the authenticity of an item, any costs involved with this will be borne by the buyer. Returns must be pre-authorized and made within 14 days of receipt of purchase. Gems and Coins are tested and examined for authenticity, and are guaranteed authentic. All guarantees are void if an item is beyond 14 days of receipt or has been tampered with, enhanced, altered in any way, damaged or removed from original mounting. Lots containing MORE THAN ONE SINGLE ITEM of any product are intended as "dealer" lots and are sold ?as seen? with absolutely no exceptions, warranties or guarantees, and the ultimate determination as to authenticity and condition is the responsibility of the bidder. The placing of a bid will be taken as full agreement to all terms & conditions. 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