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Green Bay Packers Pub Table

100% American made Disco style Steel base with leg. Logos digitally reproduced. 40 in. high with 27 in. diameter. Table edge is banded with Chrome foil. 31 in. W x 31 in. L x 31 in. H (23 lbs.)

$419.85
 

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