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50 Units Protractor Nos 22" New One Arm Brand New In Package Wholesale Lot Case on


Nova Scotia, Canada

Nova Scotia, Canada


This is for a case of 50 Brand NEW Protractors

One arm protractor is brand new, it allows true course and reciprocal course to be read at the same time!  Includes East/West variation scale.  Made of durable, flexible and almost unbreakable CLEAR plastic, for use on uneven surfaces!

Overall length is 22"

Base measures 6 3/4" x 6 3/4"



....great opportunity to make some money-resale

No reasonable offer turned down!

100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back 


Shipping is $25.00 anywhere in USA (lower 48 States) and Canada shipping is $25.00

On Apr-27-16 at 18:30:59 PDT, seller added the following information:

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