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#61 Shangas

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    Sealing wax and other fancy stuff...

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Posted 15 January 2008 - 10:15

Still searching for some pens to practice on. No luck yet.

I did find a nice red-leather covered rocker-blotter from the 1940s for $15 at an antiques shop (works wonderfully, too...)...but no pens yet.
http://www.throughouthistory.com/ - My Blog on History & Antiques

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