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Old 10-17-05, 09:15 PM
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Rivendell Reader Collection--Free to Good Home

OK, guys, I'm giving away my good-sized but incomplete collection of Rivendell Readers (starting with number three and going to number 35 with a few gaps here and there). I've also got some old Rivendell catalogs. Great reading, but I've read them all more than once. I hate to toss them. Selling on ebay seems silly. PM me if interested.
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I'm only interested in knowing what a Rivendell Reader is.
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Originally Posted by peterbarson
I'm only interested in knowing what a Rivendell Reader is.
http://rivbike.com/html/reader.html
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I'd love 'em; PM me if there still around!
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I would also like some if possible. Thanks
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