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Tuesday, 25 November 2014
Export Vintage Antique Cars Tractor Uruguay
Topic: Uruguay
Resolución ANA N° 540/1991 
24 de Abril de 1991 
Estado de la Norma: Vigente 




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DATOS DE PUBLICACION 
Boletín Oficial, 6 de Mayo de 1991 
Boletín ANA N° 29, de 1991 



ASUNTO 

RESOLUCION N° 540/90 (RGEXTIE) - Apruébase el Anexo I "A" de la presente, que reemplazará al Anexo I de la Resolución N° 955/90. 


INDICE DE ADUANA 
6 (EXPORTACIÓN) - 62 (Automotores) 





GENERALIDADES 
Cantidad de Artículos: 3 

Textos relacionados: 
• Resolución ANA N° 1891/1991, Artículo N° 1 

TEMA 
ANA-EXPORTACIONES-EXPORTACION TEMPORARIA-AUTOMOTORES-MOTOCICLETA 

VISTO 

VISTO el expediente EAAA N° 402.466/91, referido a la Resolución N° 955/90 (RGVATNV) (B.A.N.A. N° 93/90) que reglamentó el régimen de exportación de vehículos antiguos y su valoración aduanera; y 


Referencias Normativas: 
• Resolución ANA N° 955/1990 

CONSIDERANDO 

Que resulta necesario adecuar la norma que rige la materia, para la exportación temporaria de los automotores antiguos o clásicos (vehículos terrestres con anterioridad a 1960), cuando ésta se realiza con fines exclusivamente turísticos. 
Que el presente acto se dicta de conformidad con las facultades conferidas por el art. 23, inc. i) de la Ley 22.415. 


Referencias Normativas: 
• CODIGO ADUANERO, Artículo N° 23 (Inciso i)) 

Por ello, 
EL ADMINISTRADOR NACIONAL DE ADUANAS 

RESUELVE: 



Artículo 1 
Artículo 1º.- Aprobar el Anexo I "A" de la presente, que reemplaza al Anexo I de la Resolución Nº 955/90. 


Artículo 2 
Artículo 2º.-Derogar el Anexo I de la Resolución Nº 955/90. 


Artículo 3 
Artículo 3º.- Regístrese, publíquese en el Boletín Oficial y en el de esta Administración Nacional. Remítase copia a la Subsecretaría de Finanzas Públicas. Cumplido, archívese. 


ANEXO I RESOLUCION N°540 ANA 

ANEXO I 

NORMAS PARA LA TRAMITACION DE SOLICITUDES DE EXPORTACION DE AUTOMOTORES ANTIGUOS Y DE ESPECIAL INTERES Y MOTOCICLOS Y VELOCIPEDOS 

1.- DOCUMENTACION A PRESENTAR 

1.1. Exportación definitiva 
1.1.1. Permiso de Embarque (OM 700 "A"). 
1.1.2. Factura de venta al exterior. 
1.1.3. Fotografías técnicas del vehículo, de frente y perfil. 
1.1.4. Estado de partes y piezas (OM 1308 A). 
1.1.5. Constancia de su inscripción en los Registros Nacionales de la Propiedad del Automotor y Créditos Prendarios, de acuerdo a lo establecido en el Decreto Ley Nº 6582/58, y Ley 14467 T.O. 1973. 
1.1.6. En el caso de no poseer la constancia aludida precedentemente, en razón de la antigüedad del vehículo u otra circunstancia, se exigirá una certificación que acredite la misma, emitida por el Departamento Normativo de los Registros Nacionales de la Propiedad Automotor y de Créditos Prendarios, quien se expedirá en cada caso en particular. 
1.1.7. Factura de compra de acuerdo a normas vigentes que acrediten la propiedad de la unidad. En caso de no existir factura deberá presentarse recibo de compra-venta con la firma del vendedor certificada ante Escribano Público Nacional o cualquier otra documentación que acredite debidamente la propiedad de la unidad. 

1.2. Exportación temporaria 
1.2.1. Permiso de exportación temporaria (OM 1280). 
1.2.2. Comprobante de certificado de flete. 
1.2.3. Idem punto 1.1.3. 
1.2.4. Idem punto 1.1.4. 
1.2.5. Idem punto 1.1.5. 
1.2.6. Idem punto 1.1.6. 
1.2.7. Idem punto 1.1.7. 

2.- TRAMITE DE LA DOCUMENTACION 

2.1. Una vez recepcionado por la División Exportación el Permiso de Embarque o Salida Temporaria y el Formulario OM 1398 "A", girará a la División Verificación o su similar, para que produzca un informe fundado respetando la diagramación de dicho formulario.- 
2.2. La Sección Equipos Técnicos o su equivalente analizará y ponderará cada operación, en base a los antecedentes propios, de revistas especializadas (Old Car Guide o Inter-Classi, etc) o con el asesoramiento de entidades especializadas en cuanto al valor de cada unidad. 
2.3. Cuando el valor de la unidad no ofrezca dudas, ya se trate de exportación definitiva o temporaria, se autorizará la destinación. A tal fin se dejará asentado debidamente en forma detallada en el cuerpo del Permiso de Embarque o en Anexo Especial adjunto a él, los respectivos antecedentes tenidos en cuenta para su aprobación. 
2.4. De autorizarse la destinación, las áreas operativas retendrán el título del automotor y lo remitirán al Registro correspondiente, mediante los recaudos de rigor. 
2.5. En caso que subsistan dudas referente al valor documentado, se remitirá todo lo actuado con las constancias técnicas correspondientes para su ponderación al Departamento Técnica de Nomenclatura y Valor - División Valoración- quien emitirá opinión en materia de su competencia. 

3. PARTES Y PIEZAS 
3.1. Las áreas operativas intervinientes tendrán especial cuidado en el trámite y control de las destinaciones de exportación definitivas o temporarias de partes y piezas de los bienes mencionados en el artículo 1º) y 2º) de la presente Resolución, adoptando las precauciones necesarias en la fijación de los respectivos valores, recurriendo, en caso de duda, en consulta a la División Valoración dependiente del Departamento Técnica de Nomenclatura y Valor.- 

4. DISPOSICIONES ESPECIALES 

4.1. Exportación temporaria con fines de turismo. 
4.1.1. Cuando la exportación se realice con fines turísticos será de aplicación la normativa establecida en las Resoluciones Nº: 3373/80, 308/84, 1908/88 y 642/89 y 127/86. 
4.1.2. En este supuesto el documentante no podrá convertir en exportación para consumo el vehículo autorizado con cargo a la documentación que exigen las resoluciones mencionadas en 4.1.1. 
4.1.3. En el caso de no retorno en el plazo otorgado, el vehículo será valorado al mas alto precio internacional a fin de aplicarle los tributos, multas y sanciones que circunstancialmente correspondieran.- 
4.1.4. A los fines del cumplimiento de las condiciones impuestas en los puntos precedentes, el control del retorno del vehículo tiene carácter obligatorio.

Posted by bob frassinetti at 2:05 PM
Tuesday, 20 August 2013
Uruguay, ............
Topic: Uruguay

Subject: [The Pan-American Post] Uruguay’s Marijuana Bill as an Anti-Crime Strategy

 

Uruguay’s marijuana regulation bill faces a number of political and economic obstacles, but if properly implemented it could provide a model for other countries dissatisfied with the dominant approach towards drug policy in the region, as well as address growing insecurity in the historically peaceful nation.

 

It appears that the bill, which has been under consideration by Uruguay’s ruling Frente Amplio (FA) coalition for the past year, will finally face a lower house vote on July 31, and will likely pass with the full support of the FA’s slim majority in Congress. While opinion polls suggest the Uruguayan public is still largely opposed to marijuana regulation, a diverse platform of human rights groups, health workers and lawyers called “Regulacion Responsable” has launched an aggressive nationwide campaign to promote the measure, and has had success in altering the national debate on marijuana policy.

 

Since the campaign began in May, the conservative opposition in the country (the traditionally dominant National and Colorado parties) has become somewhat split on the issue, with a handful of opposition lawmakers voicing measured support for the initiative. Although the opposition’s leadership will likely restrict these legislators from voting for the measure next Wednesday, their backing suggests that Uruguay’s political class is becoming increasingly convinced of the need to regulate the black market for cannabis in the country.

 

So far, there has been little English-language coverage of the marijuana bill’s specifics or its potential impact on Uruguayan society. Most of the mainstream media has focused on its unpopularity, or on President Jose Mujica’s first proposal to legalize marijuana last June. The initiative has actually changed significantly since being introduced to Congress last year, and no longer involves the state monopoly Mujica first suggested. At the risk of self-promoting, perhaps the best available breakdown of the current bill is in this two-part investigation I wrote for InSight Crime, which has just been published.

 

As illustrated in this helpful graphic, in its current version the bill authorizes three forms of marijuana cultivation, which will be monitored by a new regulatory agency. The first of these is domestic cultivation, or “autocultivo,” in which adults can grow up to six plants in their homes, with a maximum annual yield of 480 grams. The second involves so-called "membership clubs," which allow cannabis enthusiasts to form growing cooperatives of between 15 and 45 members, and grow up to 99 plants. Third, the bill authorizes the state to grant licenses for private enterprises to grow marijuana for commercial purposes. This harvest will only be sold in pharmacies, though it will be available without a medical prescription. To purchase cannabis, users will have to present identification, and will sign on to a secure federal registry.

 

The bill’s success at undercutting the black market for marijuana (some 80 percent of which is imported from Paraguay, according to analysts) will depend on a number of economic and political factors. Although it will be kept private, users in Uruguay are already forced into a vulnerable position by being made to sign on to a federal registry. If politicians succumb to pressure from the opposition to levy taxes or alter the availability or price of the drug, it may not be enough to shut down the illegal trade. The prices which government officials say they are considering implementing are expected to undercut the street price of marijuana in the capital city of Montevideo, but are only barely competitive with prices in the country’s interior (see this map of reported price variation of marijuana around the country).

 

But if the drug is made available to users throughout the country, and is cheaper (or at least of better quality) than the marijuana sold on street corners, it could take a considerable bite out of the profits of criminal networks in the country. Officials say that Uruguay consumes around 30 tons of marijuana a year, generating between 30 and 40 million dollars a year in illicit revenue. The hope is that this will translate to a decrease in criminal activity. While it is one of the safest countries in Latin America, Uruguay’s crime rate has been rising in recent years, and 2012 was a record year for homicides. Police are also concerned about the emergence of increasingly organized criminal actors in the country. Although Uruguay’s underworld cannot be compared to those in Central America, Colombia or Mexico, authorities say there has been a rise of gang-like criminal bands in urban areas. By taking away their profits from marijuana sales, the government hopes to deny them the financial capability to expand into a bigger threat.  

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:42 PM
Wednesday, 5 December 2012
Travel Guide and Information for the South of South America
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Art to Antiques and travelling Argentina Uruguay or Chile
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ravel Adventure Tour by 4WD Vehicle visiting Argentina and Chile. For this year, I'm organizing a unique travel adventure trip down here in South America for only 3 other travellers apart form my self, the idea is staring out in Buenos Aires and travelling towards Chile, seeing the Pampas, the Andes Mountains crossing over to Santiago de Chile and then south to the Big Island of Chiloe, back across to Argentina, Via Esquel, Route 40, Ruta 40, seeing and travelling on trains, crossing lakes and bays, on paved and unpaved roads, hunting antique tractors, visiting lighthouses and museum, buying art and antiques and sleeping in small towns and villages some times in top notch boutique hotels other time in down and out places Eating and tasting local foods and drinks, as well as wines the idea is to have a total adventure in places I have already travelled to and others that Im not familiar with. All this for an adventure that could well turn out to be a drive of a life time, we would be travelling in a 4 wheel drive vehicle, 4WD this is a good on and off road vehicle.. so far the idea is still being worked on, so its subject to some change, all I wanted to check out is if there are any possible candidates who would be willing to accompany me at the same time we would be documenting the trip for deferent purposes but I haven't worked out any cost for the trip, yet. Anyway, we will also be searching for art & antiques, from small villages to big cities, like Rosario, Santa Fe, Cordoba and Mendoza as well as Santiago de Chile ...... ........But all other expenses; from trip down, to Buenos Aires and back home, from food lodging here and on the road and all person expenses all the way to medical costs if any, all , and each expense for each person, apart, are to be paid by each of the individuals doing the trip, and you can do this threw your local travel agent or any way you feel fit in doing it. There are some risks involved so its best only to do trip if you are in good health and to let me know of anything before hand .. ....... .. Some information on myself, Lonely Planet has me listed as a friendly and bohemian art dealer guide on page 49 of its latest edition of Lonely Planet Guide for the city of Buenos Aires. This guide was written by Sandra Bao, and is just out, by the way, a great in view to our City. I'm also known on Internet online magazines and forums where I publish my insiders articles and inputs for travellers & dealers on art to antiques dealers, just Google my name! Or Yahoo it! Im a qualified eBay seller with great feedback! And I have been on line on eBay since 1998. That goes back a long way for Internet users. Art to Antiques and travelling Argentina Uruguay or Chile with Bob Frassinetti Invest in all that Argentina has to offer from Museum quality Art to Fashion from Antiques to Real Estate, and enjoy living with Arts and Antiques and Travelling all Argentina, Chile or Uruguay for them ....... read all about it here: http://www.frassinetti.com Phone: +54 911 6965 1955 or in B's A's: 15 6965 1955 Chat any time, Bob Frassinetti

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Saturday, 1 December 2012
Auction Tours in Bs As & Montevideo
Topic: Uruguay
Auction Tour for Art and Antiques
Auction Tour for Art and Antiques here in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Auctions in Buenos Aires are a great option for collectors, art and antique dealers and gallery owners from around the globe. Bob Frassinetti Art & Antique Dealer has a specialized team that handles everything in terms of buying art, collectibles and antiques from auctions and shops, to hunting and customized touring services. The planning begins before you arrive to the city, with conversations, directions and market research of the style, art and antiques you’re looking for. From the minute you arrive to Buenos Aires we handle everything from picking you up in the airport, hotel reservations, auctions scheduling, hunts to off the path markets and fairs, discounts, shipping and handling all the paper work regarding the exporting of the works. This is a great opportunity to work with and take advantage, but the best way to take the most out of it is by planning and working in advance. So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina Chile or Uruguay please feel free to email me…….. Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Everything on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob_Frassinetti or you can also follow and contact me on iPhone Apps, press here: Contact Find your Apps iArtdealer for your iPhone! Or Phone: +54 911 4475 3983 or in B's A's: 15 4475 3983 ) Invest in Argentina Real Estate an uprunning opportunity with a Future Read The Buenos Aires Art Dealer a e-zine magazine on Art, Antiques & Collectibles from Argentina. The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, Argentina.
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Auction Art and Antique Tours
Auction Art and Antique Tours 
 
Auction tours in Buenos Aires buying in the most prestigious auctions around the City of BA. So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, passing threw Collectibles and just to mention some like Advertising, Advertising Art, Architectural, Art Deco, Auto Parts, Badges, Banks, Beswick, Bottle, Bottle Openers, Bronze, Button, Calendars, Candy Containers, Carnival Glass, Chandeliers, Christmas, Coca Cola, Corkscrews, Elvis Presley, Ethnic Art, Ethnic Toys, Fans, Fishing, Fishing Reels, Folk Art, Francisco Adaro, Furniture, Lamps and lightning items, the wild 60's and 70's, Garden Furnishing, Girl Scout, Glass Art, Glass Contemporary, Golf, Halloween, Inkwells, Insulators, Ivory, Japanese Woodblock Prints, Jewellery, Judaic, Kitchen, Knife, Lamps, Lighters, Lightning Rod , Majolica, Match Holders, Medical, Motorcycles, Music, Napkin Rings, Nautical, Netsuke’s, Nutcrackers, Paintings, Liberato Spisso, born Buenos Aires, Argentina. 14 March 1903, Portrait Artist, Viski, Jean ( Janos ) 1891 - 1961, Old Car, Paper, Paperweights, Pens, Pencils, Pencil Sharpeners, Pepsi Cola, Perfume Bottles, Pewter, Phonographs, Photography, Postcards, Posters, Prints, Radio, Railroad , Records, Steam Tractor, Scientific Instruments, Sewing, Sheet Music, Silver, Souvenirs, Sports, Stero Cards, Stereoscopes, Telephones, Television, Tools, Toys, "The Buenos Aires Toy Museum. Argentina", Tractor, Typewriters, Watch, Weapons, Weather Vanes, Wood Carvings, Wooden, World's Fair, to say Wristwatches. So you can buy Toys from my museum and threw eBay, threw the Toy Museum on eBay press here; Toy Museum on eBayand thru The Buenos Aires ArtDealer, press here; Art Dealer on eBayFrom Art to Antiques. Check out Market Place Argentina our Forum for Buying and Selling from Argentina.Visit my community 2012 Bob Frassinetti Copyright Roberto Dario Frassinetti Bookmark and Share

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........ cultivating Cactus Pear Fruit, and then processing it into Wine and Vodka
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cultivating Cactus Pear Fruit, and then processing it into Wine and Vodka


Bob Frassinetti, Enterpreneur in the World of art, art collecting and international antiques dealer as well as free lance journalist from Argentina, Buenos Aires, working on the web, writing both for pleasure and work on art, antiques and collectibles, in and on Buenos Aires, Argentina as well are neighboring countries, Chile and Uruguay. "I've written for several Travel Adventure, Art & Antiques Magazines on and off the web and have researched Toys made here in Argentina, as well as Travel Adventure from Route 40 and Lighthouse Adventures along the Atlantic and Pacific coast, following like always the Dakar Rally from 2009, 2010,2011, and again 2012! Join me now as we are “Building a Gallery Museum in the Province of Cordoba” Real Estate Investment in Art Bricks and Land, we are and have purchased Land for cultivating Cactus Pear Fruit, and then processing it into wine and Vodka, we are Building a Gallery Museum to Exhibit local Art and Artist as well as our exclusivity Art and Toy Museum Collection ........ Travelling for Art and Antiques" in all South America and I have been on line since 1996 .

Exporting Art and Antiques World Wide
Living with art and antiques and travelling the south of South Amercia. Argentina, Chile and Uruguay
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Tuesday, 27 November 2012
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Topic: Uruguay

Travel BA & Montevideo, ...

 

 

Bob Frassinetti also in URUGUAY!

 

                                     

Multiculturalism: My own Point of View. The Early Years. 

 

I’m a true multi-cultural man. I was born in Argentina a long time ago now. My British Mom and my Italian-Argentine Dad had me and my brother traveling around the world, discovering amazing fantasy lands such as British Guyana and other Caribbean locations at a young age. After living only a couple of years in my native Argentina I have lived around the world, I’m Argentine by heart and British at the same time. If I had to choose I would breakfast in London, lunch at the Guyana and Dinner in Buenos Aires… May be that explains a lot of me…

 

I also lived for many years in England. My teen years and a bit more I spent them at Mount St. Mary’s College in Spinkhill, a small town near Sheffield in the English Midlands. This Jesuit boarding school was my home; my classmates were my family and some of the finest memories date from those years… I also travelled in the Bahamas, and back in those days one of my friends’ had a small mansion by the sea side, where I spent several summers there, and once a group of 4 chaps, young, loud, and amazingly famous stayed there while touring and making a movie called, “Help” … their names were John, Paul, Ringo and George. Yes, The Beatles, so I also got to know them.

 

It was the 70s and England was bursting with enthusiasm, creativity and wittiness. I’m happy to know I witnessed those amazing times. I have no doubt about the fact that those early experiences in my life have shaped my mind, my soul and my interests, that today I see taking shape and body in the broad cultural project I develop passionately every day.

 

As Latin as I am, thanks to my Pop’s influence, I feel deeply passionate about art, style, culture… As a Brit as I have come to be, I feel English is my mother tongue, the borderless language that allows us individuals to transcend geographical borders and limits, the language of my thoughts and my chats… Thanks to my lifetime experiences I’ve become who I am, and along the way many of my projects, those that start in one’s mind and come to take shape along the road of life, began to be real and my input in this modern global world.

 

I’m a proud citizen of the world, who has chosen Buenos Aires has become home, and all of South America as my back yard.

 

The Happy 90's. Early days of the Internet.

..... and because I love art and antiques I’ve been developing several collectibles oriented projects during the last 10 years. The first project I began to work on was the toy museum. I found myself finding in flea markets, fairs and old toy shops beautiful and rare toys made in Argentina about which there was no information available. I looked everywhere until I found out that I couldn’t find it ‘cause it didn’t exist. All the amazing Argentine made toys I collected were made during the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, and unlike other countries in the world who worry about their history and cultural legacy, we –as a society- have let them in forget. So at the same time I collected vintage and antique toys I began to develop a research group who was in charge of finding all loose pieces available to complete the puzzle of the Argentinean toy industry’s history. The result has been so far not only encouraging but amazing, for besides of understanding the true nature of some of our most marvellous items, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing many of the most outstanding Argentinean industrials. The Museum has grown ever since I blended the objects with the information about them. And it has become to be the first virtual museum on Argentinean toys in the country and in Latin America. The feedback we’ve received throughout these incredible years of hard and hearted work have gave us strength and passion to keep on developing what so far is has come to be a brilliant idea. At the same time the Museum grew and I began to discover the richness in Argentina’s cultural and social history through means of one of its material productions: toys. A ticking question my toy oriented research unveiled was that every culture reflexes their vision of the world through their objects, and I found out that many American models that were been produced in Argentina were been adapted to the Latin American cultural public. So I began to wonder about how an immigrant built country’s objects would reflect this, and it has been quite a great surprise, the blend of the indigenous, colonial and immigrant cultures is superb down here and the objects these past generations have left us are outstanding. This is how Art Dealer, as a cultural and collectibles project began. My initial knowledge of art and antiques, and my experience with cultural research at the Museum were the foundation for Art Dealer to begin to grow. At the same time, as I kept on travelling through the bewitching scenarios of the beautiful Argentina I began to understand a bit more about that eclectic and gorgeous culture that intrigued me so much about the objects of our forefathers. Precious treasures; hidden under the everyday life’s chores. To me this has been a discovering experience that has filled me with joy, and keeps on surprising me every day as a young child who begins to open up to the world’s marvels. When Argentina, during the 2001 crisis, began to open up to travellers from all over the world, who were coming to discover this wonderful place, I thought I had to share my experience with those who cherished culture, travelling, and discovering as much as I did. I also thought that if I were to travel overseas I’d love to do it the way the saying says: When in Rome, you do what Romans do… and nothing better than a Roman to show you how. To share my knowledge and discoveries, I design custom made tours, not only ‘cause I like to work on a personal basis, but because I deeply believe each of us is unique and has different interests and passions and mass produced standard culture leaves out –some times- very important things. And for Buenos Aires, as every other metropolis has something to offer to each and every one of us, likewise Argentina. Seven years have gone by now since I’ve began to picture this broad cultural project, and each and every one of the days I’ve worked to develop my idea have been amazing, with its ups and downs, inputs and changes of direction. I’m very glad and grateful to be able to do what I love most and to be able to share it with others who, as myself find this lifetime experience unique and beautiful. For more information:admin@frassinetti.com

 

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Argentina also exports antiques over 100 years old with the help ofBob Frassinetti Read all about the South of South Amerca, Argentina, chile and Uruguay on this link.

 

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La Nacion & Clarin, newspapers in Argentina
La Nacion & Clarin, newspapers in Argentina 
Email: The Buenos Aires Toy Museum,Bob Frassinetti. Press here to go to the Toy Museum :

The Buenos Aires Toy Museum. Created in 1996 and On Line since. Toy Museum from Argentina.

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Created in 1996 and still on line from Argentina. 

 

  
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