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    19th Century Pocket Watch Back - Stamping

    $37.75
    20 gauge fine silver  stamped from antique die. Measures 1 1/2" in diameter or 38mm Diameter These pieces are finished in the photo but will not be shipped out oxidized or finished! Comes in uncut 1 ounce silver
    SKU: SS066
    Availability: In stock

     20 gauge fine silver stamped from antique die. Measures 1 1/2" in diameter or 38mm Diameter

    These pieces are finished in the photo but will not be shipped out oxidized or finished!

    Comes in uncut 1 ounce silver

     20 gauge fine silver stamped from antique die. Measures 1 1/2" in diameter or 38mm Diameter

    These pieces are finished in the photo but will not be shipped out oxidized or finished!

    Comes in uncut 1 ounce silver

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