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Classic turn-bar binder with printed countries

$99.99

The popular classic turn-bar and ring binders are now also available with a country imprint in colour. As a result of the high-quality materials used and individual design these binders provide an especially appealing setting for your stamp or document collection.

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The popular classic turn-bar and ring binders are now also available with a country imprint in colour. As a result of the high-quality materials used and individual design these binders provide an especially appealing setting for your stamp or document collection.

• Premium leatherette cover
• Stitched edges
• Large capacity
• Incl. matching slipcase

Imprint on cover: map of country in national colours,
national emblem and name of country.

Additional information

Weight 0.55 kg
Dimensions 30 x 32 x 6 cm
SELECT COUNTRY:

Canada, Old German, Germany 1918 – 1933 (Weimar Republic), Germany 1933 – 1945 (Third Reich), Germany 1871-1918 (German Reich), Berlin, GDR, Austria, Switzerland, France, Italy

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