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Vial 1/2 oz Glass w/ Lid


Vial 1/2 oz Glass w/ Lid

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HW-03005015
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108 available
Weight
0.06 lbs
Retail Price
$0.38
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$0.32 (Save 16%)

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The size of this vial is stated in the amount of placer gold it will hold.
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