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Contents: Modern Lemon Shark Teeth, Oceanic White Tip Shark Tooth Necklaces, 6 Gill  Cowshark Tooth Necklaces, Cowshark Tooth Necklaces, Collections / Rare Collections, Common Sand Tiger Shark Teeth, Bramble Shark Teeth, Goblin Shark Teeth (See Pages 7 and 9 for more modern shark teeth)

 
MODERN LEMON SHARK TEETH

The lemon shark (Negaprion brevirostris) is a stocky and powerful shark. A member of the family Carcharhinidae, lemon sharks can grow to 10 feet (3.0 m) in length. They are often found in shallow subtropical waters and are known to inhabit and return to specific nursery sites for breeding. Often feeding at night, these sharks use electroreceptors to find their main source of prey, fish. Lemon sharks use the many benefits of group living such as enhanced communication, courtship, predatory behavior, and protection. This species of shark is viviparous, and the females are polyandrous and have a biennial reproductive cycle. Lemon sharks are not thought to be a large threat to humans.

Silver wire as pendant: $6

Gold wire as pendant: $8

which then includes a 20" black cord necklace  
3/4" long


#S1914-1  $10


#S1914-2  $10


#S1914-3  $10


#S1914-4  $10



#S1914-5  $10


#S1914-6  $10



#S1914-7  $10


#S1914-8  $10


#S1914-9  $10


#S1914-10  $10


#S1914-11  $10


#S1914-12  $10
7/8" long


#S1914-50  $12


#S1914-51  $12


#S1914-52  $12


#S1914-53  $12


#S1914-54  $12


#S1914-55  $12


#S1914-56  $12


#S1914-57  $12


#S1914-58  $12


#S1914-59  $12


#S1914-60  $12


#S1914-61  $12


#S1914-62  $12


#S1914-63  $12


#S1914-64  $12
 
15/16" long


#S1914-77  $14


#S1914-78  $14


#S1914-79  $14


#S1914-82  $14


#S1914-84  $14


#S1914-85  $14


#S1914-86  $14


#S1914-87  $14


#S1914-88  $14


#S1914-89  $14


#S1914-90  $14


#S1914-91  $14


#S1914-93  $14


#S1914-94  $14

 

OCEANIC WHITE TIP SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES

(From the Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean, Latin name: Carcharhinus longimanus), these sharks are found in deep waters far from shore.  Stocky build, 11-13 feet long.  Lower teeth are triangular and pointed (to hold prey), upper teeth triangular and wide (act as a saw).  White markings on each end of paddle-like pectoral fins gives it its name.  Usually solitary but also seen in feeding frenzies, it is aggressive, unpredictable, inquisitive, and stubborn, which makes it dangerous to humans.  It is often the first seen in waters surrounding mid-ocean disasters.  Sharks caught have been eaten by humans as fresh, frozen, smoked and dried-salted, skin used for leather, liver for vitamins, also fishmeal.

Teeth resemble a great white without the high price of the great whites.

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Photos below are stock photo, quantities available.

5/8" Oceanic white tip, comes with 20" black suede necklace (or choose upgrades from top of page)
#S-1915-A  UPPER, choose gold or silver craft wiring as a pendant (10 available)
$12
#S-1915-B LOWER, choose gold or silver craft wiring (10 available)
$12
3/4" Oceanic white tip, comes with 20" black suede necklace (or choose upgrades from top of page)
s16.jpg (36801 bytes) #S-1916.  UPPER, choose gold or silver craft wiring as a pendant (10 available)
$14
s16a.jpg (36611 bytes) #S-1916-A LOWER, choose gold or silver craft wiring (10 available)
$14
13/16" Oceanic white tip, comes with 20" black suede necklace (or choose upgrades from top of page)
#S-1916-M.  UPPER, gold craft wired as a pendant (10 available)
$16
#S-1916-N LOWER, gold craft wired as a pendant (10 available)
$16
7/8" Oceanic white tip, comes with 20" black suede necklace (or choose upgrades from top of page)
s17.jpg (36752 bytes) #S-1917  UPPER, choose gold or silver craft wiring as a pendant (10 available)
$18
s17a.jpg (38412 bytes) #S-1917-A  LOWER, choose gold or silver craft wiring as a pendant (10 available)
$18
15/16" Oceanic white tip

OUR MOST POPULAR NECKLACE

s21.jpg (36365 bytes) #S-1921.  Choose gold or silver wire; comes with 20" black suede necklace with barrel twist closure (10 available)
$20
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#S-1922.  Choose gold or silver tone beads on 20" waxed cotton cord necklace, lobster claw closure (10 available)
$20
s23.jpg (37549 bytes) #S-1923.  Choose gold or silver tone, non tarnish, 20" shot ball chain, (shots can be cut off for a shorter necklace) (10 available)
$20
15/16" OCEANIC WHITE TIP
Gold wired, comes with 20” black suede necklace


#S1923-A  $20


#S1923-D  $20
Oceanic white tip shark teeth, specialty necklaces
7/8" OCEANIC WHITE TIP SHARK TOOTH on

20" BONE BEAD NECKLACE


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#S-1924 

(7/8") Tooth is glued/ inserted in slot of black bone bead, on white & black bone bead necklace, silver tone bead accents; silver tone barrel twist closure

$30

3/4" OCEANIC WHITE TIP SHARK TEETH on

20" BEADED NECKLACES, gold wired teeth, gold barrel twist closure




#S1924-1


On round white cow bone 8 mm bone beaded necklace  $28



#S1924-2


Large
5x8 mm rice hematite  and round 6 mm green jade  beaded necklace  $28
NOTE:  Great white teeth for sale are all on Sharks pg 4 at this link:

Modern Great White Shark Teeth

OCEANIC WHITE TIP SHARK TOOTH/NECKLACES
1” long tooth
All are 20” long; barrel twist closure




#S1924-100

Gold wired; gold alloy accent beads 4 mm; Squiggle design, barrel shaped aceh cow bone beads 12x6 mm
$40




#S1924-101

Gold wired; Turned brown/white aceh cow bone beads with slant cuts 12x6 mm, and brown rondell aceh cow bone beads 5x2 mm, and round white aceh cow bone beads 6 mm on either side.
$40




#S1924-102

Gold wired; Striped brown, black, white aceh cow bone beads 12x7 mm, and white round aceh cow bone beads 6 mm
$40




#S1924-103

Gold wired; gold alloy accent beads 4 mm; Spot brown, white, black design aceh cow bone beads 12x6 mm
$40




#S1924-104

Silver wired; Black aceh cow horn rice shaped beads 14x2 mm and round black onyx beads 6 mm
$40




#S1924-105

Gold wired; brown and natural aceh cow bone rondell shaped beads 5x2 mm; tan glass dogbone bead on bottom
$40




#S1924-106

Silver wired; Hematite rice shaped beads 9x6 mm and round amethyst crystal beads 8 mm
$40




#S1924-107

Gold wired; Comma black white brown design aceh cow bone beads; 4 mm gold alloy accent beads 12x6 mm
$40




#S1924-108

Gold wired; striped black, tan, white aceh cow bone beads 12x6 mm and 4 mm gold alloy accent beads
$40
1-1/16” long tooth
20” long, barrel twist closure




#S1924-150

Silver wired; Black aceh cow horn beads 12x6 mm and white round aceh cow bone beads 6 mm
$40




#S1924-151

Silver wired; round New Zealand blue coral beads 6 mm, and rice hematite beads 8x6 mm
$52




#S1924-152

Gold wired; round white aceh cow bone beads 6 mm, and round green jade beads 8 mm
$42


#S1924-153


Silver wired, on rice hematite beads 9x6 mm
$36
1-1/8”
20” long, barrel twist closure




#S1924-200

Silver wired; Rondell hematite beads 6x4 mm
$34




#S1924-201

Silver wired; small rice shaped hematite beads 6x4 mm
$34




#S1924-202

Silver wired; Cylinder hematite 5x5 mm beads
$34




#S1924-203

Silver wired; round turquoise beads 6 mm; rice shaped black onyx beads 8x6 mm
$44




#S1924-204

Silver wired; rice shaped turquoise beads 8x6 mm and rice shaped black onyx beads 8x6 mm
$44
1-3/16” long tooth
20” long, barrel twist closure


#S1924-250

Silver wired; small round hematite 4 mm beads
$40


 

 

RARE MODERN 6-Gill Bluntnose

COWSHARK TOOTH NECKLACES

((Hexanchidae Hexanchus griseus)

Shark teeth are 1-1/4 to 1-3/8" long, two teeth (mounted root to root with silvertone band in the middle, silvertone pendant loop); on adjustable black cotton cord to 24"



#S1962-1  $30
 

#S1962-5  $30


#S1962-6  $30


#S1962-7  $30


#S1962-12  $30


#S1962-14  $30


#
S1962-19  $30


#S1962-20  $30


#S1962-21  $30


#
S1962-22  $30


#S1962-23  $30


#S1962-24  $30
(**NOTE: Loose upper/lower teeth are at
Series #S1964  below)

 

RARE MODERN 6 GILL BLUNTNOSE COWSHARK TEETH NECKLACES

Two upper teeth (mounted root to root in silvertone band)
on 20” black cotton cord with silvertone spring beads and round beads, lobster clasp closure.  Teeth average 1-1/4” long



#S1962-50

(29 available)

$35

COW SHARK TOOTH NECKLACES 


Adjustable black cotton cord, up to 26" long

Tooth is an average of 1" across

Nickel-silver cap and accent beads (non-tarnish)


#S1963-1  $28


#S1963-2  $28


#S1963-3  $28


#S1963-4  $28

 

RARE MODERN 6-Gill Bluntnose COWSHARK TEETH 

(Hexanchidae Hexanchus griseus)

in Riker mount display box with glass lid, 5-1/2" long, 4-1/2" wide, 1" tall, included

 #S-1964-1  Two teeth-Upper tooth is 3/4" long x 1/2" wide and lower tooth is 1-1/8" long x 1/2" wide

$45

#S-1964-2  Two teeth-Upper tooth is 3/4" long x 1/2" wide and lower tooth is 7/8" long x 1/2" wide

$45

1-1/4" Lower


#S-1964-10  $22


#S-1964-11  $22


#S-1964-13  $22


#S-1964-14  $22


#S-1964-15  $22


#S-1964-16  $22


#S-1964-17  $22
1-1/8" Lower


#S-1964-18  $20


#S-1964-19  $20
   
1-1/8" Lower
 

#S-1964-31  $20


#S-1964-32  $20


#S-1964-33  $20


#S-1964-34  $20


#S-1964-35  $20


#S-1964-36  $20
 
1" Lower


#S-1964-40  $19
5/8" Upper


#S-1964-50  $18


#S-1964-51  $18


#S-1964-52  $18


#S-1964-53  $18
1/2" Upper


#S-1964-60  $18

 

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BAD AS CAN BE MAKOS, 

YOU HAVE COME TO THE RIGHT SPOT, 

CLICK BELOW TO SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER!

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MAKO SHARKS TEETH AND NECKLACES

 

RARE COLLECTION
One each of WHITE MODERN GENUINE SHARK TEETH:

*Blue, shortfin mako, *great white (yes, carcharodon carcharias

 as in Jaws), lemon, tiger, *bramble, bull, oceanic white tip,

hammerhead, dusky, sandbar, *bluntnose six-gill shark.

* especially rare species!


You will receive exactly what you see in the photos, second photo is the six gill tooth that you will get in your set.

Set of 12 teeth, size range is from 3/8" to 7/8"

With each set comes with a shark tooth ID and information sheet.





#S-1967-13  $60




#S-1967-18   $60




#S-1967-25  $60




#S-1967-26  $60




#S-1967-28   $60




#S-1967-29   $60




#S-1967-30   $60




#S-1967-31   $60




#S-1967-32   $60




#S-1967-33   $60




#S-1967-34   $60




#S-1967-35   $60

 

Set of 25 MIXED MODERN (WHITE) GENUINE SHARK TEETH Collection

You will receive exactly what you see in the photo.

Possible species of COMMON SHARKS, no guaranteed species:
Oceanic white tip, hammerhead, spottail, silky, sandbar, spinner, lemon,
bull, dusky shark.

 Size range is from 1/2" to 7/8".


This is a nice starter set of mixed species, jewelry quality - no broken teeth.  Ideal for school coke testing project or crafts.


#S-1968-7   $18
 

#S-1968-13   $18


#S-1968-14  
$18


#S-1968-15  
$18


#S-1968-16  
$18


#S-1968-17  
$18


#S-1968-18  
$18


#S-1968-19  
$18


#S-1968-20  
$18


#S-1968-21  
$18


#S-1968-22  
$18


#S-1968-23  
$18


#S-1968-24  
$18


#S-1968-25  
$18


#S-1968-26  
$18
 

#S-1968-28  
$18


#S-1968-29  
$18


#S-1968-30  
$18


#S-1968-31  
$18


#S-1968-32  
$18


#S-1968-33  
$18


#S-1968-34  
$18


#S-1968-35  
$18


#S-1968-36  
$18


#S-1968-37  
$18


#S-1968-38  
$18


#S-1968-39  
$18


#S-1968-40  
$18


#S-1968-41  
$18


#S-1968-42  
$18


#S-1968-43  
$18


#S-1968-44  
$18


#S-1968-45  
$18


#S-1968-46  
$18


#S-1968-47  
$18


#S-1968-48  
$18


#S-1968-49  
$18


#S-1968-50  
$18


#S-1968-51  
$18


#S-1968-52  
$18
   

 

COMMON SAND TIGER SHARK TEETH
(GREY NURSE / COMMON, Australia)

(Carcharias taurus)

The grey nurse shark (Australia), spotted ragged-tooth shark (Africa) or sand tiger shark (US and UK), Carcharias taurus, is a large shark inhabiting coastal waters worldwide, with many different names in different countries in the world.

Despite a fearsome appearance and strong swimming abilities, it is a relatively placid and slow moving animal.

It is considered not aggressive unless provoked.

It is considered the most widely kept shark in public aquariums around the world, due to its fairly large size, its higher adaptability to captivity than other large shark and its crooked, fierce-looking teeth.

1-1/2" long


#S-1969-2  $40
1-7/16" long




#S-1969-3  $38




#S-1969-4  $38




#S-1969-5  $38




#S-1969-6  $38
1-3/8" long




#S-1969-7  $36




#S-1969-8  $36




#S-1969-9  $36
 
1-1/4" long


#S-1969-11  $34


#S-1969-12  $34
1-1/8" long


#S-1969-13  $30


#S-1969-14  $30
1" long


#S-1969-15  $26


#S-1969-16  $26
7/8" long


#S-1969-18  $24  SOLD
3/4" long


#S-1969-19  $22 
SOLD

 

BRAMBLE SHARK Teeth

ONE OF THE RAREST OF THE RARE!!!

Echinorhinus brucus


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 In 2010 about 200 of these sharks were caught by accident.

NEVER before in the history of shark research, has this many Bramble Shark (Echinorhinus brucus) been captured. 

They grow to a length of about ten feet (3 meters) and has some of the most interesting teeth of all modern sharks! About 7 years ago the same phenomenon occurred with Goblin Sharks. 

Today that species has all but disappeared from our oceans. This may be the fate of this deep water species

Bramble sharks are migratory, and perhaps they migrated thru the wrong part of the ocean, at the wrong time of the year.

The Bramble Shark is covered with large, thorn-like denticles, and hence the name "bramble" shark.  The teeth are like RAZOR BLADES.  No kidding.

The two upper teeth come in a cube plastic display 1-1/8" wide x 7/8" deep.

5/8", 2 upper teeth - set
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#S1970-3  $35  SOLD

1/2", 2 upper teeth - set
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#S1971-4  $30

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#S1971-5  $30

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#S1971-6  $30

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#S1971-7  $30

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#S1971-8  $30

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#S1971-9  $30

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#S1971-10  $30

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#S1971-11  $30

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#S1971-12  $30

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#S1971-14  $30

3/8", 2 upper teeth - set
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#S1972-3  $25

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#S1972-5  $25

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#S1972-6  $25

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#S1972-7  $25

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#S1972-8  $25

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#S1972-9  $25

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#S1972-11  $25

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#S1972-12  $25

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#S1972-13  $25

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#S1972-14  $25

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#S1972-15  $25

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#S1972-16  $25

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#S1972-18  $25

 

GOBLIN SHARK Teeth

Mitsukurina owstoni

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 A deep-sea shark, the sole living species in the family Mitsukurinidae. The most distinctive characteristic of the goblin shark is the unorthodox shape of its head. It has a long, trowel-shaped, beak-like rostrum or snout, much longer than other sharks' snouts. Some other distinguishing characteristics of the shark are the color of its body, which is mostly pink, and its long, protrusible  jaws (i.e. when it reaches for something to eat, the jaws seem to unhinge from the front of the shark and catch its prey, then retract back to the shark's head.  A very weird thing to see.

They are found throughout the world, from Australia, Pacific Ocean to Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean, but best-known from the waters around Japan, where the species was first discovered.

They feed on squid, crabs and deep sea fish, that we know.

1" long

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#S1980-106  $26
7/8" long
 

#S1980-110  $25  SOLD

13/16" long
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#S1980-123  $24

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#S1980-124  $24

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#S1980-125  $24

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#S1980-126  $24

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#S1980-127  $24

3/4" long
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#S1980-140  $22

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#S1980-141  $22

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#S1980-142  $22

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#S1980-143  $22

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#S1980-144  $22

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#S1980-145  $22

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#S1980-146  $22

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#S1980-147  $22

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#S1980-148  $22

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#S1980-149  $22

 
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#S1980-152  $22

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#S1980-153  $22

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#S1980-154  $22

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#S1980-155  $22

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#S1980-156  $22

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#S1980-157  $22

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#S1980-158  $22

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#S1980-159  $22

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#S1980-160  $22

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#S1980-161  $22

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#S1980-162  $22

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#S1980-163  $22

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#S1980-164  $22

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#S1980-165  $22



#S1980-166  $22


#S1980-167  $22
11/16" long
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#S1980-180  $20

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#S1980-181  $20

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#S1980-182  $20

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#S1980-183  $20

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#S1980-184  $20

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#S1980-185  $20

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#S1980-186  $20

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#S1980-187  $20

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#S1980-188  $20

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#S1980-189  $20

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#S1980-190  $20

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#S1980-191  $20

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#S1980-192  $20

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#S1980-193  $20

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#S1980-194  $20

 
5/8" long
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#S1980-200  $18

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#S1980-201  $18

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#S1980-202  $18

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#S1980-203  $18

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#S1980-204  $18

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#S1980-205  $18

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#S1980-206  $18

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#S1980-207  $18

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#S1980-208  $18

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#S1980-209  $18

   
1/2" long
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#S1980-220  $16

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#S1980-222  $16

 
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#S1980-224  $16

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#S1980-227  $16

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#S1980-228  $16

7/16" long
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#S1980-240  $14

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#S1980-241  $14

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#S1980-242  $14

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#S1980-243  $14

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#S1980-244  $14

     
3/8" long
    s180-254.jpg (151031 bytes)

#S1980-254  $12  SOLD




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