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Product description

Item Package Quantity:20  |  Color:Silver


20 Pieces mailbox numbers door numbers 0-9 self-adhesive 2-inch address number stickers street house number signs for residence, apartment, office room, mailbox (silver)

Sufficient quantity:
The package you get includes 20 pieces door house numbers from 0 to 9, each number has 2 pieces, you can put different numbers in order to make signs or marks for your doors or mailboxes, or you can share the mailbox numbers left with your neighbors.

Beautiful decoration elements:
Come and use these shining mailbox numbers, making your mailboxes and doors more eye-catching and distinctive, shining and attractive.

Specifications:
Color: silver
Size: 2 x 1.2 x 0.2 inch
Material: ABS plating plastics

Package includes:
20 x Mailbox numbers (0-9)

Note:
Please allow small size error from the actual items due to manual measurement.

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