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Lost: Namiki Pilot Vanishing Point 2009 Limited Edition

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#1 jhugart


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Posted 30 June 2014 - 14:30

When I was in Grand Marais, Minnesota in May of this year, I lost my red Namiki Pilot Vanishing Point 2009 Limited Edition, number 1773 out of 2009.


I suspect it fell out of my coat pocket in the old downtown area, between Sven & Ole's, the bookstore, and the pizza shop. My fear is that someone picked it up, couldn't figure out how to write properly with it, and tossed it. I did post on Craig's List and have had no response.


On the off chance that someone finds it and shares the information with someone here, I thought I'd post.


For those who don't know, it is a red and silver pen (here's a picture of this type: http://carmenriverap...VP09Aug_Exp.jpg), and I put in a converter. Other distinguishing marks include a small fissure near the opening where the nib emerges, and the pocket clip may be developing another. The converter may not operate smoothly. It was last loaded with Noodler's Dragon's Napalm.


Please let me know if you encounter this pen.


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