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The 2011 International Metropolis Calendar

As many long time readers may remember back in 2009 the first International Metropolis calendar was unveiled, entitled “Lost Windsor” it was a look back at many of the buildings in our city which have disappeared over years since the site was launched…

After running out of time last year, I am happy to present the newest version of the calendar, this one containing historic images of Windsor, some of which you’ve seen here on the site over the years, as well as some that haven’t appeared on the site.

12 months
11 x 17
Coil binding
White interior paper (100# weight)
Full-color interior ink

The calendar will be, as last time a limited edition run, and will only be available here on the site.

The Cost will be $24.50 + $2.00 for Shipping & Handling. A great and unique gift for yourself or for that local history fan you know…

BUT, if you act now, and pre-order…

You can take advantage of the pre-release price and get your calendar for only $19.50 + $2.00 S&H, a saving of $5.00 over the regular price.

So act now and place your order today.

Expect to have your pre-orders by mid-late November.

To order your copy – head over to the IM.com Store Page

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