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Handbill

A pamphlet one hands out to another, especially a stranger. Handbills are used in direct marketing, especially involving street canvassers. Handbills are known for their low response rates.
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Handbills - Up to PS300 Programmes - Up to PS40 Tickets - Up to PS25 LED ZEPPELIN Signatures - Up to PS1000 Posters - Up to PS2500 Handbills - Up to PS200 Programmes - Up to PS40 Tickets - Up to PS50 PINK FLOYD Signatures - Up to PS600 Posters - 1960s posters up to PS1000 Handbills - Up to PS200 THE WHO Signatures - Up to PS600 Posters - 1960s posters are valued at around PS1000 whereas 1970s examples are valued around PS150.
Upon resurrecting the piece, he has added an introduction providing a brief history of vaudeville along with several b&w photos of actors, show programs, and handbills from the Jackson County Historical Society in Maquoketa, Iowa.
One of the propaganda handbills intended for British troops has the headline "POWs are well treated" and the illustration caption "German soldier giving first aid to a wounded Allied soldier".
15 (ANI): Printing business incurred losses ahead of the elections in Bihar, as the Election Commission of India has prohibited handbills and posters for advertising during the electoral campaigns.
The protesters distributed handbills that described Livni as a key official responsible for Israel's attacks on Lebanon in 2006 and on Gaza last year.
It will include original record sleeves, posters and handbills, as well as set lists, rare vinyl and letters from Tony Wilson and band members to Joy Division manager Rob Gretton.
It has provided customers with handbills that encourage people to use the regular bank branch at 6 S.
7m to restore the Grade II listed venue and create a home for an archive of leaflets, handbills, posters and photos of past performers.
A Look around you people -- newspapers, adverts, handbills, all going where?
The suffrage movement produced speeches, banners and sashes, pins, handbills and posters.
Dorris, President of the Common Council, has had handbills printed offering one hundred dollars reward for the arrest and conviction of any one who shall commit the crime of arson within the corporate city limits of Eugene city.
The FTC deems that the handbills failed to provide customers with sufficient information about negative aspects of the products, which critics say offer higher interest rates than regular fixed-period deposits but carry higher risks, because the rates hinge on foreign exchange rates at maturity, the sources said.