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Green Bay Packers 8 ft. Deluxe Pool Table Cover

Green Bay Packers 8 ft. Deluxe Pool Table Cover
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High quality black fitted naugahyde table cover. Fits most standard 8' tables. 56 in. Wide x 100 in. Long. 8 in. L x 4 in. W x 6 in. H (12 lbs.) This licensed billiard table cover not only a great way to protect your pool table but also show your loyalty to your team. This 8' black cover has your favorite team's logo silk screened in the center using vibrant inks to make sure your teams logo looks great. Rack 'em up!

"Fancy Grade Selected Tasmanian Apples" Print

"Fancy Grade Selected Tasmanian Apples" Print
$26.02

Illustrator: Unknown. Themes: Fruits & Vegetables. Horizontal Landscape Orientation. Art Type: Fine art print, canvas, framed wall art, giclee print & canvas. Country of Origin: Australia. ISBN: 0-587-22615-3. All canvases ship ready to hang on 3/4 in. wood stretchers (2 in. for Heavy Duty), with the exception of unstretched canvas By using terms like select and fancy, the packer hoped people would associate this with a better tasting product, like sweeter apples. Fruit and vegetable crates were stacked for transport all over the the world and to identify one brand from another the growers and pickers developed fancy labels for the sides of the boxes. At one time Tasmania, Australia was a major producer of pears and apples for the entire world. Times changed and almost all the growers went down under.

"Jones-Peacock Tasmanian Pears" Print

"Jones-Peacock Tasmanian Pears" Print
$26.02

Illustrator: Unknown. Themes: Fruits & Vegetables. Horizontal Landscape Orientation. Art Type: Fine art print, canvas, framed wall art, giclee print & canvas. Country of Origin: Australia. ISBN: 0-587-22610-2. All canvases ship ready to hang on 3/4 in. wood stretchers (2 in. for Heavy Duty), with the exception of unstretched canvas Trading under more than one "label," this packer selected two for this version of his fruit crate box. Fruit and vegetable crates were stacked for transport all over the the world and to identify one brand from another the growers and pickers developed fancy labels for the sides of the boxes. At one time Tasmania, Australia was a major producer of pears and apples for the entire world. Times changed and almost all the growers went down under.