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Dimensions:10cm
Gender: Unisex
Soldier Accessories: Soldier Finished Product
Item Type: Model
By Animation Source: Western Animation
Completion Degree: Finished Goods
Puppets Type: Model
Condition: In-Stock Items
Theme: Movie & TV
Mfg Series Number: Model
Commodity Attribute: Finished Goods
Remote Control: No
Material: PVC
Warning: not suit for under 3 years
Size:10cm

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