Key West Citizen Favorite Son Musician Jimmy Buffett "Margaritaville" Dies At 76 For Sale
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Key West Citizen Favorite Son Musician Jimmy Buffett "Margaritaville" Dies At 76:
We apologize for having to start and stop this listing multiple times. As you might expect there is considerable demand for this newspaper, both online and at the Citizens main office. The Citizen is not used to this level of demand for their paper, so they have had to start and stop the presses a few times, often having to call workers in to work at night and hiring additional help to fulfill the walk-in demand. Thanks for your patience and we now have a decent supply of papers to meet your needs!
Key West Citizen Favorite Son Musician Jimmy Buffett "Margaritaville" Dies At 76
This listing is for a piece of music history. The late Jimmy Buffett, the favorite son of Key West and renowned musician, has left us with a legacy of unforgettable tunes. This particular item is a complete newspaper dated September 5, 2023 of the Key West Citizen announcing his passing at age 76. The main article there in celebrates his life and contributions to the music industry, making it a unique and valuable addition to any collection.
The Key West Citizen, in anticipation of the citizens of Key West desiring an “archival” grade copy of this collectible newspaper have culled many perfect examples of this issue from the printing presses and set them aside for local collectors to purchase. The copies in this listing are those perfect examples and were purchased from the KW Citizens main office and not from a newsstand. They are in excellent new condition and as flawless as is possible for a printed newspaper to be. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a piece of music history!
Since these newspapers contain advertising they cannot be shipped via media mail and instead will be shipped via the USPS’s latest service referred to as “Ground Advantage”, which is basically First Class parcel service albeit with a new name.