15 fields / 32x40cm / 500 feuilles

15 fields / 32x40cm / 500 sheets

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15 fields / 32x40cm / 500 sheets


15 fields / 32x40cm / 500 sheets

For professionnals in Animation : 500 sheets of punched Acme 15 fields (32x40)

15 fields/32x40cm/500 feuilles
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