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1996 Faro Prince Of Peace Wall Plate
$23.00
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Prince of Peace Collector Plate #9889 of 15,000 Cream colored High Relief plate depicting Mary and the Baby Jesus. This previously owned plate is in like new condition with no cracks or chips. Comes in original box with stand
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