|Mann/Penn/DeYoung - together!|
|Quantity||3||# of bids||2 bid history | with emails|
|Time left||Auction has ended.||Location||L.A.|
|Started||Oct-19-00 04:06:13 PDT||mail this auction to a friend|
|Ends||Oct-29-00 03:06:13 PST||request a gift alert|
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This is a classic, and unbearably rare, too. Apparently, someone has written "Mann Penn DeYoung" on a small yellow "post it" note. It may not be an actual "Post-It" brand note, but the quality and feel are sure there. The note (notes, actually - there are extra ones STILL unused on the pad) are approximately 3" x 3" so will easily fit into normal lifesaving kits. It's actually a lot more radiant in person. The writing is in black ink pen, and is done in all cap's, so I'm assuming the DeYoung would have a small "e" and a small "oung" too. The yellow is nice and would really spruce up a desk or parapet. I found this here recently while chasing an animal, and it seems that they (the notepads)are not common, but really desirable by collectors. However, I don't claim to be a expert on these Mann/Penn/DeYoung items, but I certainly appreciate why people love them. If you're looking for one of these, this is probably the best one to have, but how should I know/control what quality of item will surface on eBay, that's crazy. Don't get me wrong, and don't get me started on my whole "intrinsic value" rap...
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