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ing urgent, if property was to last out the year. Kipps dipped in it, and was seriously perturbed. And there was a letter from old Kipps, saying it was difficult to leave the shop and come over and see him again just yet, but that he had been to a sale at Lydd the previous day, and bought a few good old books and things it would be difficult to find the equal of in Folkestone. `They don't know the value of these things out here,' wrote old Kipps, `but you may depend upon it they are valuable,' and a brief financial statement followed. `There is an engraving some one might come along and offer you a lot of money for one of these days. Depend upon it, these old things are about the best investment you could make ....'
Old Kipps had long been addicted to sales, and his nephew's good fortune had converted what had once been but a looking and a craving-he had rarely even bid for anything in the old days, except the garden tools or the kitchen gallipots or things like that, things one gets for sixpence and finds a use for-into a very active pleasure. Sage and penetrating inspection, a certain mystery of bearing, tactical bids and Purchase-Purchase!-the old man had had a good time.
While Kipps was re-reading the begging letters, and wishing he had the sound, clear common sense of Buggins to help him a little, the Parcels Post brought along the box from his uncle. It was a large, insecure-looking case, held together by a few still loyal nails, and by what the British War Office would have recognised at once as an Army Corps of string-rags, and odds and ends tied together. Kipps unpacked it with a table knife, assisted at a critical point by the poker, and found a number of books and other objects of arn antique type.
There were three bound volumes of early issues of Chambers's Yournal, a copy of Punch's Pocket Book for 1875, Sturm's Reflections, an early version of Gill's Geography (slightly torn), an illustrated work on Spinal Curvature, an early edition of Kirke's Human Physiology, The Scottish Chiefs, and a little volume on the Language of Flowers. There was a fine steel engraving, oak-framed, and with some rusty spots, done in the Colossal style and representing the Handwriting on the Wall. There were also a copper kettle, a pair of candle-snuffers, a brass shoe-horn, a teacaddy to lock, two decanters (one stoppered), and what

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Kipps unpacked it with a table knife, assisted at a critical point by what is poker, and found a number of books and other objects of arn antique type. There were three bound volumes of early issues of Chambers's Yournal, a copy of Punch's Pocket Book for 1875, Sturm's Reflections, an early version of Gill's Geography (slightly torn), an illustrated work on Spinal Curvature, an early edition of Kirke's Human Physiology, what is Scottish Chiefs, and a little volume on what is Language of Flowers. There was a fine steel engraving, oak-framed, and with some rusty spots, done in what is Colossal style and representing what is Handwriting on what is Wall. 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Old Kipps had long been addicted to sales, and his nephew's good fortune had converted what had once been but a looking and a craving-he had rarely even bid for anything in what is old days, except what is garden tools or what is kitchen gallipots or things like that, things one gets for sixpence and finds a use for-into a very active pleasure. Sage and penetrating inspection, a certain mystery of bearing, tactical bids and Purchase-Purchase!-the old man had had a good time. While Kipps was re-reading what is begging letters, and wishing he had what is sound, clear common sense of Buggins to help him a little, what is Parcels Post brought along what is box from his uncle. It was a large, insecure-looking case, held together by a few still loyal nails, and by what what is British War Office would have recognised at once as an Army Corps of string-rags, and odds and ends tied together. 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