HALLOWEEN 2019 – 2 OZ PURE .999 SILVER ANTIQUED ROUNDER

$51.60

This unique 2 troy ounce .999 fine silver rounder is from Ontario’s Beaver Bullion. Handmade and poured in Canada, this rounder offers great designs on both sides….plus, features an antiqued finish. Since they are hand poured each rounder will look slightly different. The rounder will be taken off the market after November 1, 2019. Each rounder is numbered and comes in a plush drawstring velour bag . Purchase price is for one. Buy today before they sell out!

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This unique 2 troy ounce .999 fine silver rounder is from Ontario’s Beaver Bullion. Handmade and poured in Canada, this rounder offers great designs on both sides….plus, features an antiqued finish. Since they are hand poured each rounder will look slightly different. The rounder will be taken off the market after November 1, 2019. Each rounder is numbered and comes in a plush drawstring velour bag . Purchase price is for one. Buy today before they sell out!

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Weight 0.03 kg
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 0.5 cm

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