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Antique Irish Copper Gelatin Mold..real deal, 1927. Dublin – $100

Antique Irish Copper Gelatin Mold..real deal, 1927. Dublin – $100

Early 20th Century Copper Gelatin Mold, Irish- Colley/Dublin marking..Sort of a corncob motif..beautiful piece from 1927..This is not some cheesy, thin mold, authentic and hand made from the period.

$100 or best offer

I’m in the city, email me.

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Pick Up @ Fresh Start
5xx Flatbush Ave (Btwn Maple St & Beekman Pl)
(718)555-1212
Brooklyn, NY
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