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A message for Bob Friedman.

Hello.

I have not received the book I ordered (The Rogers Collection of Dockyard Models third rates VOLUME 2)

It has now been over 2 months since you mailed it and I am getting quite concerned.

I have sent numerus emails but no response.

Please reply, and give tracking details.

 

Best Regards

Bryan Jones.

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On 11/12/2019 at 1:36 PM, jonesbry said:

A message for Bob Friedman.

Hello.

I have not received the book I ordered (The Rogers Collection of Dockyard Models third rates VOLUME 2)

It has now been over 2 months since you mailed it and I am getting quite concerned.

I have sent numerus emails but no response.

Please reply, and give tracking details.

 

Best Regards

Bryan Jones.

A message to Bob Friedman.

Hello.

Today I at last received your book (The Rogers Collection of Dockyard Models third rates VOLUME 2)

Thank you.

I highly recommend this superb researched and presented book.

One can only admire the dedication of these ship modellers who went to the trouble to detailing stairways, carved balustrades, capstan cables down in the bowls of these models were the could not be seen for 350 years, until  the latest miniature fibre optics and CT scanners were developed.

 

Best Regards

Bryan Jones.

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In the interests of balance, my personal experience of ordering from Seawatch Books has been excellent, from ordering through to the receipt of a book. If a book is in print, I've always received a prompt response every time following the placement and payment of an order.

 

I do not order books until they are in print. The reason is nothing to do with Seawatch, but because, as they often make clear on their website, they are waiting on authors to deliver before they can start the production process (a frustrating example being Volume Two of The Rogers Collection of Dockyard Models). These delays obviously impact on planned publication dates, so it's always best to wait until Seawatch confirm, via their website, that a book is available.

 

Anyway, it's good that Bryan received his copy of the aforementioned book as I'm sure he's as delighted with it as I have been!

 

 

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