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Doe Skin Gold Pouch 2oz


Doe Skin Gold Pouch 2oz

  • Doe Skin Gold Pouch 2oz


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HW-03005098
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0.04 lbs
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$4.00
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$3.40 (Save 15%)

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This quality leather gold poke has a draw string to secure your finds. This supple leather pouche will hold your nuggets or gold vials. We have two sizes of doe skin and one of cowhide. Pouch is 3 inches tall and 2 inches wide. Will hold a 2 ounce gold vial.
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