Rylas

Four Sides of Natural Aniline Horween Chromexcel (8-9 oz.) with Strong Bloom Available

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Hey Guys,

I have four sides of very clean 8-9 oz. Aniline Chromexcel with strong bloom for sale.  Here's the details on the individual sides:

SIDE ONE (12.6 lbs) $150.00 (plus shipping)
  Very clean side, with no marks or scratches
  8-9 oz.
  18 sq. ft.

SIDE TWO (16 lbs.) $170.00 (plus shipping)
  Very clean side, with no marks or scratches
  8-9 oz.
  20 sq. ft.

SIDE THREE (13.4 lbs.) $155.00 (plus shipping)
  Very clean side, with no marks or scratches, but has a couple of words written on the back (near the top of the side) in pen (picture with fingers for scale attached)
  8-9 oz. (closer to 8)
  19 sq. ft.

SIDE FOUR (15 lbs.) $150.00 (plus shipping)
  Very clean side, with no marks or scratches, but has a 2" x 50" piece cut from the top edge)
  8-9 oz.
  20 sq. ft.

SHIPPING INFO
  $45 shipping for 1 or 2 sides
  $90 shipping  for 3-4 I'll ship it in two boxes

 Payment accepted through Paypal.

Let me know if you have any additional questions!

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Where are you?

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But we Canadians really are friendly..... OK thanks anyhow. Sorry....

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Actually, I was just having a look and it's not as bad as I thought to Canada. It looks like it'd be $70 shipping to Ontario for up to two sides.  If you're interested in more than that I can take a look too.  Let me know!

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OK wow let me have think and bank balance review (read justification process) and will get back to you.

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I've never used chromexcel, what does "strong bloom" mean, and where are you in Co.?

Jeff

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It means that some of the oil and wax has risen to the surface. You can very easily buff it away if that's not a look you're going for, but It's very desirable to a lot of belt makers.  As for location, I'm in Colorado Springs.

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Would you do side one and side two for 280 and I'll pick it up?

I don't get to CS since I retired in December, but I can combine the trip with a stop at Tandy at the south end of Denver. Heck, maybe stop in at the old office on Hampden and Wads.

Jeff

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Got the two sides home and checked them out...wow. Just wow. Can't wait to get started on some projects!

Thanks, Joe and Stephanie!!!

Jeff

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Whipped up a belt from the hides. Nice pull-up on this leather. I'll have to be wearing this one for a while, to give it some character.

Jeff

(I was going to do a 1 1/2" belt, discovered I didn't have any 1.25 buckles!!!) Unbelievable.

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Looks good and I really like that buckle.

And if the exchange rate ever came up closer I could get in on some of these real deal.

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Sorry I missed this last post. I never received a notification about it. Yes, sides 3 and 4 are still available, but I do have another potential buyer who just contacted me. I suppose it’s only fair that whoever jumps on them first will get them.

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The pictures don't do these hides justice. With a little buff, more like a simple wipe, these are very consistent in color and shade. They are making my best selling belts. First two pics are dog collars. 

Jeff

 

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