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Vintage German Boat Badge 1931 1. Prize Winner Regatta on 2040-parts.com

US $79.00
Location:

Rinn, Austria

Rinn, Austria
Condition:Used

Vintage Badge (1st Prize)



Perfect for your Oldtimer



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Please Note: We are shipping every Friday to USA, all items will send as registred Airmail.
We ship from Austria, so it could takes about 10-25 days to arrive.

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