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Pieces of the LOST Puzzle Note Cards

This LOST fan design has several puzzle pieces w/ mysterious elements from the show, including the colossal foot statue, Ajira & Oceanic logos, a Dharma Initiative symbol, an ankh & the numbers.

Express yourself through these unique note cards. They're the ideal size for invitations, announcements and thank you cards.
 

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10-Pack $17.00
20-Pack $25.00
Availability: In Stock
Product Number: 432362308
 
Pieces of the LOST Puzzle
As the final season of LOST unfolds, fans are wondering which storylines will be resolved and what questions will remain unanswered. Which pieces of the puzzle will come together? This LOST fan design has several puzzle pieces with different mysterious elements from the show, including the colossal foot from the megastatue, logos for airlines Ajira and Oceanic, a Dharma Initiative symbol, an ankh, and of course, the numbers. This is a great design for Lost fans!
Lost Puzzle Note Cards (Pk of 10)

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