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Universal Two-Pocket Portfolio Embossed Leather Grain Paper Dark Blue
Texture adds a nice touch to an economical portfolio. Die-cuts on left pocket keep business card in view for follow-up.
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Our Price: $10.95
SKU Code: UNV56638
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