Does a 1999 R9 have a COA? (no 40th ann.R9)

bosnialove

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The seller claims the 1999 R9s dont have a COA but the thread Historic changes 93 to 2007 tell me 1999 was the year when they began with the COA.

I do know that the 40th ann. R9s have the COA, but what about the normal R9s from 1999?

i want to trade my 2003 brazilian rw r9 against his 1999 r9 with cash from his side.
 

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The seller claims the 1999 R9s dont have a COA but the thread Historic changes 93 to 2007 tell me 1999 was the year when they began with the COA.

I do know that the 40th ann. R9s have the COA, but what about the normal R9s from 1999?

i want to trade my 2003 brazilian rw r9 against his 1999 r9 with cash from his side.
ALL 1999 R9’s were 40th Annv. guitars and they ALL came with certificates. The guitars were sent to the dealers in the black case. When the buyer registered the guitar with Gibson, Gibson then shipped the buyer a Lifton reissue case with a certificate, reissue strap and a copy of the BOTB book.
 

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ALL 1999 R9’s were 40th Annv. guitars and they ALL came with certificates. The guitars were sent to the dealers in the black case. When the buyer registered the guitar with Gibson, Gibson then shipped the buyer a Lifton reissue case with a certificate, reissue strap and a copy of the BOTB book.
Aww man that means the guitar doesnt hace the original coa anymore. Such a damn bummer. Unbelievable
 

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Depending upon which Model it was. It would have received one of these C.O.A.'s.

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Can I ask why you want to trade your R9 for his?
Ditto - unless yours is a dog and you really like the '99, I'd hang on to it. Plus, since you are in Bosnia, CITES regulations will be a nightmare shipping a Brazilian RW guitar anywhere!
 


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