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I'm glad to announce the first interview for 123stylo.com, featuring a great friend, who also is a fountain pen collector and an architect M. Alain Vanderauwera.

 

In this very video, he talks about how he worked with Conid to create a Limited Edition , you probably don't know about. (because the Minimalistica AvdA it's really really limited!)

 

To learn more about him and his amazing collection (with english subt.), please follow this link! (published on 123stylo's blog)
Cheers!
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William
(here's a picture of this amazing guy!)

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"...над кем смеетесь? над собой смеетесь!..." Гоголь, Ревизор

www.123stylo.com

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Oh dear!

 

I forgot to add, 123stylo.com has in exclusivity the Conid Limited Edition AvdA on its boutique!

 

And we offer you a 15% discount during the holidays.

 

And, as we are super nice, we also offer Alain's (limited edition to 500 exemplars) fountain pen drawings, worth 50 euros.

 

And last but not least, one lucky buyer (over 25) will be randomly selected, and will receive an original poster of the Conid Minimalistica AvdA, free of charge - worldwide posted.

 

Visit http://123stylo.com now, as the AvdA sells like pancakes here!

"...над кем смеетесь? над собой смеетесь!..." Гоголь, Ревизор

www.123stylo.com

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Is the 15% off only for the Conid?

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And VAT does not come out of any of the items?

President, Big Apple Pen Club

Follow us on Instagram @big_apple_pen_club

 

"Let other pens dwell on guilt and misery."

 

J.J. Lax Pen Co.

www.jjlaxpenco.comOn Instagram: @jjlaxpenco

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