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Item specifics

Condition:
Pre-owned:
An item that has been used or worn previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections.
Seller Notes:
“A pre-owned.The overall is not really new but not really used. There are cases where there are small scratches and rubbing etc. although it is hard to see in the photograph. ◆REMINDER The inside of pocket/cash compartment are peeled.”
Brand:
Louis Vuitton
Color:
As shown in the photo
Department:
Women
Type:
As shown in the photo








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