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Oil painting mediums

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  • Full Name: Tamara
  • Location: Central
  • Phone: 250 537 7568
  • Expires: 21 days, 16 hours

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  • Item listed by: on June 12, 2018

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    Oil painting mediums. 3 of 4 bottles unopened. 1 opened and used once. Very good deal. Please look at picture for discription of each.

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