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Just came across this site which has the Skinner May and October 2009 Musical Instrument Auction Catalogs for download. They are free but you have to sign up (free of charge)

http://www.scribd.com/doc/14199442/Skinner...cal-Instruments

You can still view the catalogs by scrolling down for each page. The pictures though, are a bit small that way. There are some beautiful instruments pictured there.

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You can still view the catalogs by scrolling down for each page. The pictures though, are a bit small that way. There are some beautiful instruments pictured there.

I think all the past auction catalogs with photos are available on the Skinner website. They go back to May 2001. I hope this link works http://www.skinnerinc.com/content/pastauctions.asp?fam=13

While I doubt you can download a pdf, I know the text and photos can be copied and pasted into a word doc.

Jesse

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I think all the past auction catalogs with photos are available on the Skinner website. They go back to May 2001. I hope this link works http://www.skinnerinc.com/content/pastauctions.asp?fam=13

While I doubt you can download a pdf, I know the text and photos can be copied and pasted into a word doc.

Jesse

That's a great link also and thank you. I would probably use Power Point, though. With that software, picture boxes and text boxes are automatically created when you copy/paste and then you can easily move the boxes where you want them. You also have a greater versatility in enlarging each box and or reducing it.

I am going to save both sites to my bookmarks.

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