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JBB Antiqued Copper Plated Pewter 19mm Round Blank with Hole (Each)

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$1.50

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49-950-26-7

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Color:
Antiqued Copper Plated
Size:
19mm
Additional Info:
Cast
Country of Origin:
Israel
Hole Size:
1.5mm
Brand:
JBB

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