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Vintage Jurassic Park Lunch Box and Thermos / Dinosaur Lunch Box / T-Rex / Red

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Condition: Great- no major flaws. Comes from a smoke-free and pet-free home.
**Please understand that most vintage items have some wear due to their age. If an item has more than the usual wear and tear, we will note it in the item description.**

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Frequently asked questions about OldSchoolAustin

What are flat measurements?
We measure our garments on a flat surface, not a dress form or actual person. We recommend measuring one of your own garments on a flat surface to compare to an item you are thinking of purchasing.

For bottoms, such as pants or skirts, the waist measurement is also flat, so you will need to double it to get the whole circumference.
What does pit-to-pit mean?
It is the length across from one arm pit to the other when the garment is laying flat.
How do you measure length?
It is generally the center length of the garment from the neck (excluding any collar) to the bottom of the hem as measured on a flat surface.
How do you measure sleeve length?
We measure sleeve length from the top/ outside of the sleeve from where the sleeve meets the shoulder to the end of the cuff.

We are transitioning to measuring under the arm, from arm pit to the end of the cuff, and we denote that measurement in the newer listings.