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in the store

HSB - In the storeAs many items were seen leaving the Potomac Trading Post store last week, more were added in their place. Here are a few items that have been newly listed:

J.Crew → Super 120s City Fit Trouser

J.Crew → Crystal Flower Ring

J.Crew → Floral Sash

Urban Outfitters → Big Words Love Ring

Adriano Goldschmied → Super Skinny Jeggings

Unbranded → World Map Watch SOLD

Thank you for your continued support!

Don’t forget to visit the store website for more clothing and antique options, or eBay to purchase these items directly. We ship worldwide, and combine items for discounted shipping prices as well.

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