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SOLD: Henselite Junior Biased Carpet Bowls (Vic)

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Item: As above

Location: Epping Vic
Price: $45 plus $18 if you require delivery within Australia

Item Condition: Excellent
Reason for selling: Surplus
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal and Bank Transfer if delivery is required
Extra Info: A nice vintage set of Carpet Bowls in excellent condition. The box is in good condition considering it is a 50 year old cardboard box. Local Pick Up preferred however if delivery is required careful packaging will maximise the chance of the package arriving safely

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