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    Floral Victorian Trim Copper Strip CFW011

    $11.00
    3/4" Wide 16-gauge Set of two 6-1/2" long pieces. This pattern unlike many in the collection actually bends the copper somewhat which creates several defined ridges. The pattern was made in the 1940s.
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    3/4" Wide

    16-gauge
    Set of two 6-1/2" long pieces.

    This pattern unlike many in the collection actually bends the copper somewhat which creates several defined ridges. The pattern was made in the 1940s.

    3/4" Wide

    16-gauge
    Set of two 6-1/2" long pieces.

    This pattern unlike many in the collection actually bends the copper somewhat which creates several defined ridges. The pattern was made in the 1940s.

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