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US $10.99
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深圳市, 广东省, China

深圳市, 广东省, China
Condition:New with tags Size:3x5FT Country/Region of Manufacture:China

 


★ SIZE: 3x5 FT ,90cmx150cm
★ Quality Materials:100% polyester Materials ,Anti-UV,
★ 2 Brass Grommets
★ Used for outdoor and indoor
★ Digital Printing.
★ Warranty: "1 Year No Questions Asked Warranty".
★ One printed side, but the back side is clearly .

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