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Old July 6th 03, 10:49 PM
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Default B&J 4x5/5x7 Type Lensboard

This is a Generic 5-1/8th by 5-1/8th inch Burke and James Lensboard that will
fit the B&J 4x5/5x7 Field and Monorail Views.
They're made out of Euro-Birch Plywood with seven laminations and will last a
life time. Asking $15.00 each.

The Lensboards have exactly the right type of fit and they work Perfectly,
having been cut and routed to very exact specifications. You can Bid and use
them with confidence.
(3) Day after delivery guarantee given. Buyer pays all shipping. I can be
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