Japanese Glass Fishing FLOATS 2\" LOT-5 Round Net Buoy Balls Authentic Vintage For Sale

Japanese Glass Fishing FLOATS 2\


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Japanese Glass Fishing FLOATS 2\" LOT-5 Round Net Buoy Balls Authentic Vintage:
$43.97

Japanese Glass Fishing FLOATS 2\" LOT OF 5 Round Net Buoy Authentic Vintage
  • Authentic Japanese Glass Fishing Floats
  • Maritime Relics
  • Lot of 5
  • Glass Blown Floats
  • Round w/ Seal Buttons
  • Diameter approx. 2 inches
  • Aquamarine; Blue-Green
  • Many with Tiny Bubbles in Glass
  • Authentic Marine Salvage
Items shown in photo are representative of the actual floats you will receive.
Condition Notes:
  • Used for intended purpose,
  • Weathered,
  • Some small \"flea bite\" chips on seal buttons, as expected.
Details, Details:
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