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    Mailing Question!

    I am considering trading for a card that I've been looking for for quite some time now (1998 Bowman's Best Kerry Wood AUTO) however, the other trade who is willing to trade lives in Japan. Does anyone know how much extra it would cost to ship to japan? any help is appreciated, lemme know!

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    I have made a few trades to Japan and Germany...I suggest sending Global Priority Express...It costs like $5.00 :)

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    should be in the $4 to $6 range (weight depending of course). The United States Postal Service is AWESOME at international shipping. Just go there ask and they will give you a slew of options.

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