Made in Italy
New Mini Iambic key
Materials used: Brass for the body - Massive silver for the contacts
Highly polished inox steel for screws and registers
Dimensions: 70x58x15 mm; weight 0,700 kgs
Transparent coating against corrosion
For any further information please contact by E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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