vintage Marble Etched & Wood Top Sailboat Table rare

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  • Item Category: Tools
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 27,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
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This auction is for a very rare item. This Marble etched top that sits inside a great little table. The table measures 28" x 20" and stands 16 inches tall. The center is a Etched slab of what looks like marble. It also has a Nauticle theme and has a Grand Banks Fisherman Sailboat's blueprint plans. Also has Isiah L. Jefferson in the lower section of the Marble. I think it is vintage but not 100%. Would be great for that Nautical Fan or great on a nice size Yacht. Very Collectable item. See photo's how nice. Dont miss out.

No Reserve. Don't miss this great item. See photo's how nice. Don't let this one get by. Please e-mail any questions I might be able to answer of If you would like any additional photo's. Shipping will be $30.75 via UPS ground insured (cannot ship to P.O. Box). Note: Buyer responsible for any additional Shipping charges to some locations but the S&H noted in Description usually is enough. North Carolina Residents Please add 7% state Sales Tax on Purchase Amount. We only ship to the continental United States. We accept paypal, money orders, and cashiers checks. - or personal checks held until check clears. Contact from buyer is expected within 3 days (or item will be re-listed) and payment must be received within 7 days of end of auction. Thanks!....Local Pick-Up is Available and will be Half of the S&H rate and must be approved will seller before end of auction.....Thanks....

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