Lot Of 30 Sturgis South Dakota Shot Glasses Free Usps Priority Shipping on 2040-parts.com
Wall, South Dakota, US
Lot of 30 Shot Glasses. These are vintage dated as early as 2005 and as recent as 2011. 26 are Sturgis Rally Shot Glasses, 2 are South Dakota, 2 are Lucky Nugget (Deadwood casino). All but four of the 30 are made of glass; (one tin, one ceramic, one pewter, one wood). A way cool assortment! New Condition And Free USPS Priority Shipping! And As always; Packed well and sent promptly!
Included in this lot:
1) 1938 replica
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