To the original poster: John, those pages you saw on eBay
were very, very early Scott pages and haven't been available in a very long time. The only time I have ever seen these pages was in a 19th century Scott worldwide album, and the pages were so brittle they were cracking and seemingly turning to dust as I turned them.
Scott hasn't produced pages for locals since then,to the best of my knowledge - and your best bet is to download the free CLS pages as recommended. My recommendation: print them (or have them orinted) with a laser printer. If you print them with an inkjet, they will be prone to smears if anything moist touches them. Licking your fingers to turn the page, for example, will smear them - even long after they've dried.
Just my two cents.