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Show Piece Orange Cap 40$


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    EMUreef - Reefkeeper
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    Default Show Piece Orange Cap 40$

    selling my orange cap, beautiful piece, nice layering going on. Its hard to estimate the size, maybe a lil smaller than a dinner plate? Not attatched to anything.

    i'd say like 10-11"x6"

    40$ obo or a trade for anything.

    IMG 3190 - Show Piece Orange Cap 40$

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    Wow! Beautiful plate EMU. Such vivid color
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