Pyramidennieten: 250 silberne Nieten in Pyramidenform (17 mm x 17 mm x 6 mm), Other
Pyramidennieten: 250 silberne Nieten in Pyramidenform (17 mm x 17 mm x 6 mm), Other
Pyramidennieten: 250 silberne Nieten in Pyramidenform (17 mm x 17 mm x 6 mm), Other
Pyramidennieten: 250 silberne Nieten in Pyramidenform (17 mm x 17 mm x 6 mm), Other
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Pyramidennieten
250 silberne Nieten in Pyramidenform (17 mm x 17 mm x 6 mm)

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klassische Pyramidennieten für die Kutte, die Lederjacke oder den Gitarrengurt. Beutel mit 250 Stück, silbern, 17 mm x 17 mm x 6 mm.
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    • virgin

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