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1.5.4 Statues Vitrine Display Figurines

1.5.4 Statues Vitrine Display Figurines
  • Two Antique Ivory Tongue Depressors Medical Medicine Plus One Ivory Paper Cutter XIXéme

    Two Antique Ivory Tongue Depressors Medical Medicine Plus One Ivory Paper Cutter XIXéme

    Two Antique Ivory Tongue Depressors Medical Medicine Plus One Ivory Paper Cutter XIXéme Antique lot of three (3) ivory pieces. Two (2) antique ivory tongue depressors with rounded ends. Plus one (1) antique ivory paper cutter with pointed end. COUNTRY of Origin: France. AGE: XIXe Siècle. Exactly as shown in the detailed photos below. SCROLL DOWN TO SEE PHOTOS. All the information you need to decide about a purchase is in front of you at the time of purchase. SIZES as shown in Photo #2 below, bottom to top: Bottom: measures overall approximately 15 cm x 2 cm // 5.9 inches x 0.8 inch. Middle: measures overall, as measured from end to end, approximately 18 cm x 2 cm // 7 inches x 0.8 inch. Top: measures overall, as measured from end to end, approximately 21 cm x 2 cm // 8.26 inches x 0.8 inch. CONDITION: By " antique " we mean over 100 y…

    $224.00

    $224.00

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All Content is ©2020 Debra Spencer, Appanage™at www.suityourself.international Suit Yourself ™ International, 120 Pendleton Point, Islesboro Island, Maine, 04848, USA 44n31 68w91 Technical Library FAQ Index ISSN 2474-820X. All Rights Reserved. Please do not reproduce in part or in whole without express written consent. Thank you.
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