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April Update At Main Street Pens

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Posted 16 April 2020 - 19:12

This really is an update in process. We've been very busy in the last month or so, working at home in our shop is keeping us busy while we've been following the social distancing guidelines and all that. Some new pens added to the website - ones that have been sitting in front of me for the last 6 weeks or longer while I work on clients pens. I expect more to follow in the next few days as time permits.

Two really nice, and dare I use the word "rare" to describe two of them? Restored, and ready to use in that journal or mass of scribbling that you have been keeping. I think that the Duofold I have listed is one of the nicest ones I've had... an orange hard rubber Duofold Sr. is impressive.

Do take a moment and toddle over to look at the offerings - and check back as there will be new additions over the next few days.

You'll find them on the main pen sales page at Main Street Pens.

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