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24" Porthole Ship Sea Window Ocean View Pirate Ship at Night #1

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Product description

Actual size is approx. 24" wide x 24" tall. All of our decals are made from top quality materials done in a matte finish. Our decals are designed for interior walls only. They adhere to most clean, smooth, dry, surfaces only. Only decal shown is included, nothing else shown in pictures. This is NOT a real porthole, it is a sticker. Size of decal in picture is just for illustration and actual size may be smaller or larger depending on the size you order. All graphics come with a 30 day return policy and defective replacement warranty. All the images in this listing are copyrighted and licensed by the Manufacturer.

24" Porthole Ship Sea Window Ocean View Pirate Ship at Night #1

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