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tigue710

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I emailed the seller about this bottle and suggested he measure it again, it couldn't possibly be 8 inches tall as it looks to be the large variant in the pictures...

Are my eyes playing tricks on me or is this not the large Variant?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/8-INCH-WISH...132?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a855671d4




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I don't know enough about them to be of any help Matt, without anything in the background or foreground to compare it to it could 18" for all I know...
 

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the price is good either way, 200 is mid range as the large ones in this mold will go from 180-250. The smaller ones go from 120-250, quite a range, with the exception of the olive yellow pontiled examples going for thousands... My guess is the seller read a description in some price guide that said the small size is worth more and has therefore listed his as a small size. As long as there isn't any unmentioned damage I would bid on it if i was looking for an example...

I'm just about 99% sure it is a large size and was really surprised the seller wrote back to tell me he measured it at 8 inches... If it really is its a pretty rare variant of the small size...
 

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