Does anyone here have any old Ikea Catalogs that they'd consider getting
rid of? My years 2000, 2001 and 2002 were thrown out without my
permission and I was keeping them for reference. If anyone has any that
they would get rid of, please let me know. I'll make arrangements to
aquire them from an individual that would like to dispose of them. I
was destroyed when I found that they were thrown out. I hope someone
can help me.
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That's a good start, but I really do need hard copies of the actual catalogs
mentioned. I do hope someone has some that they want to get rid of.
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<br>That's a good start, but I really do need hard copies of the actual
catalogs mentioned. I do hope someone has some that they want to get rid
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<br>used 18 lines of text to write in newsgroup: alt.home.repair<p>>Does anyone here have any old Ikea Catalogs that they'd consider getting<br>>rid of?<p>Try this:
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Ikea is a Swedish furniture company. They have a number of outlets in
the US. I don't know the value of old Ikea catalogs, but I would think
that the newest catalog would have the same available stuff as the old ones.
They aren't valuable, at least that I know of. I suppose that people collect
anything, but I don't collect them for that reason. I only wanted them because I
had some, figured out that I left them over my mom's house one holiday and now
they have disappeared. Of course, she says she never throws stuff out that's
not valuable or unidentifiable by her, but I have a long list from the time that
I was living at home of stuff that has disappeared, never to return again (none
of which she has thrown out, of course....). She says she hasn't seen or thrown
out my Ikea Catalogs, which precisely means that she has. I can tell you that in
the 1970s through 1980s time or so, a WHOLE SHOTGUN that wasn't working (it was
my father's as a child) disappeared from that house. Of course, like the other
things, she didn't see it or throw that out either. That house must be a black
hole, I guess.
I just use the old catalogs for decorating/color ideas to use within my house,
among some other catalogs that I've saved. I hope that someone has the
2000-2002 catalog saved that they'd part with or sell.
I'll check with Ikea, but I'm pretty sure that this will be a dead end solution
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