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#236 The little plus and minus buttons...

Posted by 777 on 08 July 2011 - 05:24 AM

Hello again. :) I hope I'm not asking to many questions, but somebodies got too.

I notice that at the bottom right corner of each post, there is a small red and green button. You can vote the post up or down. I'm not exactly sure of this button as on the profile page of each member, it shows his/her reputation according to these buttons. If you click the green one, the member who posted whatever you voted up will get 1 good rating.

I'm not sure if this system will work too well as this is what I can see happening:

- First, you can vote your own posts up. Perhaps this is a feature that you can disable? I was testing this fact this morning and indeed, I've given myself 2 extra +'s.

- I'm not sure if people will use them very often. I noticed on forums and such that things like FB like buttons and twitter buttons don't get clicked very often. This is, of course, just my 2 cents... :) The problem with this is that, if people aren't really using the buttons, even those with hundreds of posts and excellent reputations will still have a banner on their page that says "neutral reputation".

Perhaps these are things that can be easily changed. I dunno... Again, this is just my suggestion. Maybe disable the ability to vote ones own post up, and also change the name of it from reputation to something like "popularity of posts". What are your thoughts on this?

I hope my wording isn't offensive at all. This is just a suggestion. Either way, I still love this forum!

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#215 Copper Esterbrook $1.50 Pen & Pencil Set!

Posted by 777 on 07 July 2011 - 05:33 PM

Well, this is my first post on this forum. I came over from the Fountain Pen Network after the marketplace changed... I love this new forum! Reminds me of the old days on FPN!

Anyway, I'm a well established and trusted seller over on FPN, so I'm going to strive to earn the same reputation here as well... :)

Today I have a very nice pen and pencil set that's in outstanding condition! It's an Esterbrook Dollar Pen/Pencil set in the color copper. This set is in perfect working condition and has been professionally restored by me. The pen takes ink, and writes very nicely. The pencil also works perfectly. It expels led when the top is pushed. It still has the double sided eraser and is mostly unused. The pencil is filled with about 5 pieces of the original lead (.036" diameter).

To get specific here's what was done with the pen: New sac installed and dusted in pure talc for smooth functioning. Nib was cleaned very thoroughly. The 9550 nib has been dip tested and tuned by me to ensure excellent performance. This is a great nib! It's an Extra-Fine that writes a true EX line. For this size of nib it's considerably smooth and is not to dry or to wet. 5/10 I'd say on the wetness scale. Pen was cleaned and polished to a gorgeous shine! This pens cosmetic condition is as near perfect you can get without being mint. Almost no micro-scratching at all. and absolutely no scratches, dings, cracks, or gouges.

The pen is a 1941-1942, H (Demi) model. It's on the small side but would make a superb pocket pen!

The only, only cosmetic quibble with this pen is this: the gorgeous 9550 nib has some very, very small dotted nib pitting spots. Just look at the pictures. If this bothers/discourages potential buyers at all please let me know. I can exchange it for a different nib per request. I'm just selling it with this one cause' it's original.

This is truly a stunning pen/pencil set that needs a loving home.

Price is $100.00 shipped (CONUS only) which I believe is a very fair price for this pen. I've seen sets in this good of condition go for over $150.00. Add $5.00 for international members. PayPal please.


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#4443 Deccan Advocate Junior: Ebonite Eyedropper

Posted by Mesu on 19 May 2014 - 06:59 AM

Deccan Pen Stores are renowned pen manufacturers from Hyderabad India, manufacturing handmade ebonite pens for over 60 years.
For sale are Advocate Jr pens from Deccan.
Available in 4 colors, these pens are the smaller versions of the popular model from Deccan, Advocate Sr.
The tapered section is very comfortable for extended periods of writing.
Colors: Green, Brown, Tan and Black   
Filling System: Eyedropper    
Dimensions: 14.5cm capped, 13cm uncapped, 17cm posted; Section Width: 0.9cm; Barrel width: 1.2cm   
Nib size: Medium (M)    
Price: $35 for each pen including registered shipping
Payment: Paypal
More pics can be found at: http://www.flickr.co.../103501065@N05/
For any queries about the pen or shipping, please send a PM or email.



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#277 Pen Buying Tips for Newbies

Posted by PointyThings on 09 July 2011 - 01:06 PM

I know many of you on FPC have been collecting for years, but I often have new collectors contact me about buying a pen.

So here are a few tips for those newer buyers to consider when shopping for a writing instrument. And although I reference fountain pen, this advice applies to any writing instrument.

Ask Questions

If a seller doesn't provide the information you need to make a decision, don't hesitate to ask questions before committing to buy. Be respectful, but don't be afraid to ask about condition, size, nib width, etc. After all, it's your money being spent.

And while some sellers will gladly provide writing samples, others (myself included) see little value in such samples (especially when we have lousy handwriting that doesn't begin to demonstrate what a pen can do in the right hands).

Do Your Homework

If you want to learn more about a pen's history, poke around the web. A number of websites contain great information, including Fountain Pen Network (FPN), Richard Binder's website, and many others. Consult more than one website to develop a consensus.

Handle lots of pens at shops, pen shows, and at club meetings. Nothing beats hands-on experience, especially if you have an expert right there to guide you.

You should also research prices before buying. Search past auctions and sales on eBay, here, FPN, Pentrace, and other pen sale boards for prices of pens that have sold. Always keep in mind that model, condition, color, and other variables will have an effect on prices.

Keep in mind that the lowest price isn't always your best price.

Restored pens from well-known and respected dealers will usually sell for more money than an unrestored pen on eBay. You often get what you pay for. If you want a restored pen from a name you can trust, with a solid return policy and even a guarantee, you will usually pay extra. There are exceptions to this rule, but always check the reputation of the seller before buying -- especially if you consider the pen to be an expensive purchase.

If you are interested in a new, modern pen, but are scared by the list price, consider buying a used one in good condition. It's a lot like buying a recent model used car. Let someone else pay the premium on the new car smell, so you don't have to :-) That way, if it turns out you're not thrilled with the pen, you can often sell it for what you paid.

Be A Little Brave

No pen will perform the same for every person. How you hold the pen, the ink and paper you use, all will affect how a pen performs. Sometimes (especially when you buy online), you have to take a chance. I'm not talking about undisclosed problems (like damage or flaws), but how the pen works for you.

Some dealers (often dealers of new pens) have a 100% satisfaction guarantee, no questions asked. I'll admit right now that many of us who sell the occasional vintage pen can't give such a guarantee. I'll back any promise I make about a pen, including its condition and that it will write well when used by someone who knows how to write with a fountain pen (if I sell it as restored). But I can't guarantee that you will like the pen's weight, balance, tactile feel or other more intangible qualities that are personal preferences.

That's where it's up to you to do your homework and visit a pen shop, show or club and handle pens in person to learn what aspects of a pen you might like. And, quite simply, take a chance and try the pen. If you don't like it, come here and sell it to someone who might like it better than you.

Make Sure The Pen Gets To You Safely

This is a pet peeve I have, especially for eBay. Many sellers who don't know pens (and a quite a few who do), will ship a pen loose in a bubble envelope. Don't let them do it!!!!

Always insist that a seller packs the pen carefully in a box to protect it from damage during shipping.

Some sellers wrap their pens in tissue or other cushioning material and slide the pen into a length of plastic PVC pipe. They then pack that into a box or padded envelope. It's almost impossible for a pen packed this way to be crushed or bent. However, I've had pens packed in PVC piping and padded envelopes arrive falling out of the envelope because the sharp edge of the piping tore the envelope. I still prefer boxes.

Also insist on shipping insurance, especially if the pen is being shipped within your country. International shipping poses different problems and solutions which I'll get into in a future post.

Be Flexible (you, not necessarily the nib)

In the end, be prepared to learn and make mistakes. Your tastes will change and evolve, so don't approach pen buying like an exacting science.

Buy some pens, try them out, get rid of those you don't like (or learn how to fix and adjust them), and buy some more.

Most of all, have fun.

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EDIT: This post doesn't begin to cover the issues of buying pens as a collector. That's a much bigger subject we'll tackle later.
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#220 Hello everybody!

Posted by 777 on 07 July 2011 - 06:55 PM

Hello to everybody on this forum! I want to first give a big, huge, THANK YOU to the creator of this forum!

I came over from the Fountain Pen Network after the market place changed. I found it to hard to use and was on the lookout for something new. I saw a few other boards pop up but all of them were complex...

Then, I found this one! Wow, it's just like the old days on FPN. I love it... :) Anyhow, I thought I'd introduce myself:

I'm Tyler Dahl, but I'm much better know as 777 of 777 Pen Repair. I run a home business restoring vintage fountain pens and grinding nibs. This has been a hobby, job, and passion of mine for quite some time now. I love it. :)

I like to occasionally sell pens in addition to repairing other peoples pens. Since the FPN market place went "goofy" I haven't been able to sell any pens at all... No one hardly looks at the for sale section anymore...

So, I look forward to doing some good business here with you all! I hope this forum will be fun and interactive like the old FPN market place.

That's all for now. :D I look forward to meeting you all, though I already know a few of you from FPN...

Best Regards,
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#5878 Sheaffer Targa 1001

Posted by jimrie on 11 June 2016 - 03:39 PM

Sheaffer Targa 1001 Medium Steel Inlaid Nib. Pen is in great condition and writes very well. I'm asking $65 shipped in the CONUS. PayPal only. Thanks for looking!


Pictures here: http://imgur.com/a/F88z5

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Posted by Rick Krantz on 08 March 2016 - 05:48 PM

Here's a "I need to raise some funds for the Long Island Pen show sale... mostly affordable and reasonably priced. Check it out, see what you think.

Shipping is as follows...

First class $3.00

Priority $7.00

International $12.00

Paypal preferred!

How it works... Send me an email (not a PM, facebook message, or letter) at ckrantz3@msn.com, saying "I want it" not... can you send me a few more pictures, that does not reserve a pen. I will however gladly send you additional pictures, really I will. I'll confirm it's yours, and you sorta pay, in a timely fashion, please. It's that simple....

Left to right.... (and check below for writing samples! )


Parker Stripped Duofold button filler circa 1941correct 14K Parker Pen fine nib, clean, pen, restored, visulated section. ITEM PRICE $75 SOLD

Parker Vacumatic Junior in green, vacumatic filler, circa 1942, correct 14K nib, fine point, clean pen, restored, ITEM PRICE $75. SOLD

Parker 51 Aerometric in teal blue, aerometric filler, lustraloy cap, 14K broad nib, writes nice and wet. Terrific writer ITEM PRICE $125  SOLD

Parker 51 custom in burgundy, alloy very fine nib. This one has a coin silver hand hammered custom cap. Writes nice, clean pen, ITEM PRICE $135 SOLD

Waterman 0552 1/2V ringtop in gold filled. Lever fill, correct 14K waterman #2 fine/medium semi flex nib. Some end bites, but pen is really pretty in the design. Nice writer, ITEM PRICE $80  SOLD

Waterman 52 ½ V ringtop in BCHR. Lever fill, flexible fine to broad nib, wet writer, waterman #2 14k nib. This one is a fun writing pen. ITEM PRICE $90 SOLD

Eversharp 5th Avenue set in maroon, gold filled caps, hooded 14K fine nib, lever fill, clean set, pencil works, pen writes nice clean fine line. ITEM PRICE $85 SOLD


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#4798 Re-advertised: a mint Pilot Capless LE 2007 orange at a lower price

Posted by Watchie on 22 September 2014 - 08:50 AM

For sale is my absolutely mint Capless LE no 1600/2007 with 18K either medium or broad nib - not used for the last 3 years (and not a lot before then) - in the sought-after colour orange. It comes with all the original packaging and my new price of £ 145 includes postage and a bottle of Herbin Indien Orange if wanted.
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#4005 Wality 69A in marbled acrylic

Posted by Mesu on 15 February 2014 - 07:19 AM

Airmail/Wality fountain pens are manufactured by Airmail Pen Company of Mumbai, India. 

For sale is Wality 69A in colorful marbled acrylic. The pen is an eyedropper with Fine nib. 

Color: Yellow Green Marbled, Red blue pink marbled 

Dimensions: Capped: 15cm, Uncapped: 13.1cm, Posted: 18.5cm, Section width: 1cm, Barrel width: 1.3cm 

Nib size: Fine (F) 

Filling System: Eyedropper 

Price: $20 

Payment: Paypal 

Shipping: $3 flat rate for any no. of pens. Please check my other listings too. 

More pics at: http://www.flickr.co...01065@N05/sets/ 

All the pens will be tested before shipping unless the buyer specifies otherwise. 

For further information, please send a PM or email



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#3862 Namiki Falcon Fs nib

Posted by curtis on 15 January 2014 - 02:49 PM

For sale a Namiki Falcon with a soft fine nib. It is in excellent shape and writes as smooth as butter which is tremendous for a fine nib. It was used for one cartridge only. It comes in the original box with converter.
Priced at $100 which includes priority shipping in the US. I love this pen. The only reason I'm selling it is because I'm purchasing a Murex at long last. I can buy another falcon later but this may be my only chance for a Murex.

I accept paypal. The paypal and contact info is:

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#3748 FS Esterbrook J and Nibs

Posted by mastersmith on 17 December 2013 - 12:37 AM

I have an Esterbrook J in a very nice green. It is in fantastic condition. If ink hadn't come out of the pen when I first went to clean it, I would have guessed it had never been used, as there are only a couple flaws in the pen. The pen itself is $30 including a 2556 nib. You can add any of the nibs below for 10% off the listed price. 
I have a group of Esterbrook nibs for sale with the above pen, or on their own. They are all in the original boxes unless otherwise noted. 
I have:
1461- Rigid Fine $7-SOLD
1551- Firm Med. School(2) $13
1554- Firm Fine $7-SOLD
2048- Flexible Fine $25.00-SOLD!
2284- Broad Stub $54.00- SOLD!
2314M- Relief Medium Stub(2) $38.00-ONE LEFT!
2556- Firm Fine(2) $10 
2668- Firm Medium(2) $15
9450- Extra Firm Posting $25
9461- Manifold Fine without box $15

Please contact with any questions.
Shipping will depend on quantity and location.

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#2961 Caran d'ACHE Silver-plated, rhodium-coated VARIUS CHINA Blue roller pen

Posted by saina on 18 March 2013 - 12:13 PM

new, unused, unopened pen for sale

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#264 Howdy From Tucson

Posted by 777 on 09 July 2011 - 07:27 AM

Hello Jim! It's good to have another member here.

Very interesting and cool story - thank you for sharing it with us!

A very nice collection you have going there. I too am close to the same about what pens I like to keep for my personal collection. I LOVE piston fillers, broad stubs, and that's pretty much it. I truly dislike c/c fillers, but osme vintage systems (lever, aerometric, vacumatic) I think are pretty cool.

My current collection (which has just begun expanding a month or so ago) is as such:

- Parker 51 in black. Aerometric, chrome cap. A pretty basic pen except for what's under the hood. :) It conceals a lovely 1.3mm custom stub by Greg Minuskin! Awesome nib...

- TWSBI Diamond 530, B nib. I'm currently stubbing this one for myself right now. It makes it easier to feed my stub addiction since I can do it myself...

- Pelikan m805 blue stripe, rhodium trim. Such a great pen! Buttery smooth B nib which I'll stub eventually. I'm surprised you don't have a Pelikan in your piston filler collection. :)

- Pelikan 140, B nib. I'm still waiting for this one in the mail (very eagerly I might add). It'll be my first vintage piston filler...

- Parker 51 Areometric p/p set. Teal blue, awesome Chinese engraving on it (the reason I bought it - it just looked cool). i'm still waiting on the mail for this one too. It will most likely replace my current black 51...

Anyway, I'll see you around the board! I look forward to some interesting, fun, and productive sales here!

777 - Tyler Dahl
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#258 SOLD>---...Classic Handmade Leather Briefcase.

Posted by farseer911 on 08 July 2011 - 07:56 PM

10% of this items final sale value will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.
This is one is slightly different than the others. It was oiled before hand to even it out. it also gives it a little bit softer finish and feel.
$230 Shipped CON-US Priority mail
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17"w X 13"h X 6"d will fit a 17" laptop(sizes nominal)
expandable as needed with 2 interior compartments

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* 100% Full Grain 4-5 oz Boot Leather, (2mm average thickness)
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* UV Resistant Polyester Thread For All Stitching.
* 1 Interior Pockets & 3 Interior Pen Loops
* 1 Exterior umbrella Pocket, or utility pocket
* Extra Long Shoulder Strap Adjusts From 35" to 59"
* Beautiful & Durable Suede Lining protects your goods

No zippers or breakable snaps, just metal buckles for years of service.

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The Above picture is the bag I use everyday... I pulled out my laptop and some items and threw in an item that most of us have to demonstrate just how much room there can be in this case if needed on a daily basis. you can just keep your laptop in there like I do and a portfolio. but it is nice to know you could use it to pack a board game for those long boring meetings....
So that means you are going to get your laptop,extra battery, wall plug, phone charger charger, first aid kit, mouse, pointer, water bottler, coffee mug, webbie, camera, phone, 3 pens, portfolio, and side arm all in this case with room to spare....

$230 Shipped CON-US Priority mail

Payment I would love you to send a US POSTAL MONEY ORDER because paypal will wack me with $15 in fees, but if you must use paypal, PM me and we will work it out OK? OK.....

Shipping-- This item will me mailed out day after payment is received via priority mail. Insurance is available but not included for and additional $6.

any questions ASK!!!!

farseer at email dot com now put it all together and you can email me.... or you can use the little buttons on the profile page.
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#2464 CLAIMED! FREE: Coach Tan Leather PDA/Smartphone Case

Posted by PointyThings on 29 July 2012 - 01:47 PM

Free to Fountain Pen Classifieds members only in the USA.

Genuine leather Coach wallet case for a PDA or smartphone in classic Tan. PDA/phone attaches to the case with Velcro (Velcro for your phone is NOT included).

Case is clean and has been used. It shows minor surface marks to the leather finish and a little edge wear. All stitching is intact and tight.

I photographed this case with my Samsung Galaxy phone to show you how a smartphone would fit in the case. The phone is NOT included wink.gif

Includes 1st Class shipping in a tough padded envelope. Add $5.00 if you prefer to have it shipped in a box.

First person to send me an email or PM gets it.

NOTE: Please don't request this if you plan to sell it on eBay. I tried and couldn't get an opening bid of even $9.00. Only request it if you have a use for it.


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#245 The little plus and minus buttons...

Posted by 777 on 08 July 2011 - 10:30 AM

Thanks for noticing this. One of the (many) items on my to-do list.

I'll post something soon about how these work and look into the settings to see how we can prevent people from "gaming" the system.


EDITED: Members can no longer vote on their own topics and posts.

Great job again Karl! It looks like it worked. :D

Sounds like you could use some help running the forum... Here's an idea for you - Make a thread somewhere on here (probably the news forum...) and set up a multi-option volunteer form. Let people know what you need help with, and then give people a choice and see if anyone volunteers for anything. Might help you out?

Thanks for all the work you've done so far and will end up doing for the sake of running this forum.

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#232 Hello, Pen Pals!

Posted by Frank on 07 July 2011 - 10:29 PM

I'm Frank (aka Frankiex at FPN), a FP user and collector from NJ (US)!
I'm a hobbyist, who also frequently fixes/sells pen found "in the wild".

I am a public school teacher, and I do use my pens daily! I usually teach MS/HS computers (grades 7-12), but I have also taught English and History at those grade levels. I am on several pen boards, and I also help run one (TFPC). Like many here, I no longer find FPN to be a productive place to buy/sell pens.

Thanks to Karl for setting up this board!


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#1729 Pelikan 400 Tortoise Excellent Vintage Fountain Pen from 1950s

Posted by Ulugtekin on 22 January 2012 - 04:20 AM

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The price of this pen is $180

This is a Pelikan 400 with tortoise sleeve, dark brown cap and filling mechanism. This is a very beautiful vintage fountain pen from 1950s.

Partial brassing on on clips.
The pen is in excellent condition with some slght traces of use during its 60 years old.

The pen is in perfect cosmetic and working order.

Please look to the photos.
You can see all you need in them.

Flexible, EF, 14 Karat gold nib.
Imprint is on the nib.

If you need, please e-mail me - savas@ulugtekin.com - for any information or price thought.

You can see more details in, http://ulugtekin.com/1/

The price is $180 including registered airmail worldwide shipment as shipped to your door.

Kind regards,
Savas Ulugtekin

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#1275 Nib Floss - Brass Sheets

Posted by D Armstrong on 22 October 2011 - 06:04 PM

One of the most delicate, inaccessible, and often dirty places on a pen is the slit between the nib tines. A dried-out nib often has residue left over in the slit, and sometimes paper fibres or other guck works its way into this microscopic space.

Gold nibs are particularly delicate, as razor blades or other, harder, materials can raise a burr on the soft metal or damage the tipping material. This interferes with ink flow and is very difficult to repair, making a bad situation (a mucked-up nib) far worse.

We are happy to offer the best solution: brass foil. Made from shim stock intended for the machining trade, this half-hard sheet is just 38 microns ( 1.5/1000″ ) thick—about the same as heavy aluminum foil, but much less "crumply". It is tough enough for repeated use and thick enough to scrape dried ink from between tines, but thin enough to trim with a pair of scissors. The brass is corrosion resistant, and will not damage any part of a pen.

Five re-usable sheets per package; measuring a handy 1″ x 1¾″, they can be used as-is, or trimmed to whatever size you find handy. $6 each, includes shipping worldwide. Questions or paypal can be sent to:antiques@restorersart.com.

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#101 Pen Minders

Posted by dnb on 03 July 2011 - 12:25 PM

Keep Your Pen from Straying!

· Ever catch a pen as it begins to wander toward the brink of disaster? Ever wake from a bad dream trying to catch it? Your insurance policy? Pick up a "Pen Minder."

· Have a clipless? Pick up a "Pen Minder."

· Hate the idea of micro-scratches eachtime you lay your pens down? Your insurance policy? Pick up a "PenMinder."

· Don't like posting and hate re-screwing each time you stop writing? Pick up a "Pen Minder."

· Like a little something to dress up your desk? Need something new as pick me up? Pick up a Your Pen Here "PenMinder" (or two!).

· Looking for a birthday gift? Pick up a "Pen Minder."

· One for home. One for office. (Heck,two for home, two for office!)

Each of the Your Pen Here"Pen Minders" pictured here are:

· 100% Hand Made

· 100% One-Of-A-Kind (Sizes and Shapesvary -see slightly)

· 100% Made in the USA

· 100% Solid Wood – pictured are RedwoodBurl and Walnut

· 100% Built to last a lifetime

· 100% Built to make you happy!

· 100% Built to Mind your Pen when you cannot!

Redwood Burl Pen Minder
The Redwood Burl for these triple Pen Minders is beautiful. It is serene meaning the grain and figuring are very soft.
The burl is hard enough to come by that layering was necessary
. Walnut is on the bottom layer and can be seen near the bottom of the pen slot. Some pieces are dark and some lighter. If you have a preference, let me know and I am happy to accommodate based on remaining stock. It is an expensive exotic woods. Each piece is individually hand made and oil finished using tung oil.
I apologize for the poor photos, they do not do justice
. Everyone who has purchased them has been very pleased with them, so I venture out on the plank and say not to worry. It is harder to capture the depth and beauty of the Burl.
Shipping: I normally ship at week's end
. Shipping included to the US. Add $2 to Canada and $4 to the UK.

Triple Burl (with Walnut underlay) Pen Minder $29



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