LEGO Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern with Regular Starched Texture (702)


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Design ID702
Peeron ID522px2
BOID593392
Year Released2002
4.5cm x 4.5cm x 0cm
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LEGO White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern with Regular Starched TextureUsed
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White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern1US $1.28US $8.48 BrickCoast (913)
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LEGO White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern with Regular Starched TextureUsed
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White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern3US $1.50 US $5.00  Wild Bricks (171)
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LEGO White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern with Regular Starched TextureUsed
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White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern1US $1.73US $5.31 Addicted to Building (223)
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LEGO White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern with Regular Starched TextureUsed
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White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern1US $2.26US $6.85 Venice Bricks (673)
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LEGO White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern with Regular Starched TextureNewWhite Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern1US $3.00 US $6.00  BricksfromColorado (125)
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LEGO White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern with Regular Starched TextureUsed
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White Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern2US $6.50 US $11.00  King Bricks (402)
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LEGO Madame Hooch Cape with White Stripes on Black Back Pattern with Regular Starched Texture (702) has been used in at least 1 LEGO sets over the past 18 years, since it was first used in 2002.