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SAN JOSE ASTRONOMICAL ASSOCIATION SWAP MEET

The SJAA Fall Astronomical swap meet will be conducted at Houge Park in San Jose Sunday November 21, 2004, starting at noon.

Telescopes, eyepieces, mountings, mirrors, lenses, clock drives, books, camera equipment, star charts, finders, tubes, diagonals, photographs, space art - everything you need to make your hobby more enjoyable. You name it, it's likely to be there. Check your garage and closets for anything astronomical you would like to sell. Anyone can buy and sell, it's fun and easy!

This is the fourth year for the swap, which is a follow on to the spring auction that has been run for twenty-four years. There is no auction, just the swap sale. Get your holiday shopping done early this year!

Doors open at 12:00 p.m. to set up tables and bring in material for sale. Selling will begin at 1 p.m., and will run as long as needed (probably 3 p.m.). Each buyer pays the seller. Sellers are to keep track of their sales and pay 10% commission for items (new or used) with a cap of $50 for any one item, $500 maximum per seller. The commission is fully tax deductible. There are no table fees. Please bring items that would interest the astronomical audience such as astronomical, science, or tech items. The SJAA reserves the right to turn away inappropriate items for the swap.

Do you have a large item to sell such as a telescope? Please email swap@sjaa.net with a description and a photo of the item or a link to your own website for some pre-swap publicity. Do you have only one item to sell, such as a book or eyepiece? A consignment table for people to drop off up to 3 items will be available so that they can shop at the swap and not be hindered by selling an item.

For more information and directions, visit our web site at http://www.sjaa.net.

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