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HERMES PARIS MADE IN France Birkin" bag 30 cm in brown Togo leather, gold plated metal trim, keys, bell, pull tab, padlock, double handle Year: 2004

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HERMES PARIS MADE IN France Birkin" bag 30 cm in brown Togo leather, gold plated metal trim, keys, bell, pull tab, padlock, double handle Year: 2004

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