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Any intrest in bubble gum chalice


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    JasonP420 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Any intrest in bubble gum chalice

    I was just wanting to guage and see if there is any interest in my what im calling a bubble gum chalice correct me if im wrong on the name. I bought it 3yrs ago at about a 1/2in for 75 bucks im lookin to sell them for 50 bucks for a 1in. or so peace. the colony is about the size of a softball so i need to trim it some. it has not been fraged yet but can be easily.
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    JasonP420 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    So am i even close with the name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonP420 View Post
    So am i even close with the name?
    I would be intrested but in a little bigger frag tho.As far as the name ask Beaker Bob.He's the whiz on chalices

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    JasonP420 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    What did you have in mind as far as size? How should I get ahold of beaker bob just shot him a pm?

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    how much would a 1/4 piece cost of the whole colony?

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    JasonP420 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    $250

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonP420 View Post
    $250
    to rich for me,i'm out

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    I would also be interested in a larger chunk but that is realy steep considering the peice.

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    JasonP420 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    like i posted its 50 for an inch a quarter of the colony is around 5 or even 6 inches.

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    How much for 2x2? Send a PM

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