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Custom Gladstone Leather Case

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Custom Gladstone Leather Case
 
Deluxe leather double handled case, with removable divider, document portfolio and vials, foam for custom cutting in lid and base, 180 degree opening capability, and combination lock; exterior side pocket; a very complete and luxurious spec

Colour: black (not burgundy as shown in photo)
Size: 43x34x14cm

 
Variants Available
Item codeItem namePrice eachBasket
85931..P02OSMLarge Gladstone Case Leather Black£304.16 ex VAT
(£364.99 inc VAT)
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