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    03-01-2013, 02:54 PM
reins and noseband

1 pair black rubber eventa reins, measured at 3/4"x53.5". Retail for $134 at dover! Great condition, used three times: $60

1 pair brown Bobby's English tack rubber reins, rubber is a little dried out, 3/4"x54": $25

1 pair beval brown reins, 1/2"x54", wonderful leather, great quality

1 stubben black oversise noseband with flash (flash doesn't match); bought as part of a used bridle, but the noseband did not fit my draught. Excellent quality, no stamp but there is the Stubben logo on one of the keepers. $25
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    03-01-2013, 02:57 PM
Forgot the price on the beval reins, $45

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