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5 Recent Additions To My Shaeffer Stock


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Recently I managed to acquire 5 beautiful Shaeffer pens. With an original Box that would have held 5 slim line cartridge pen

 

An unused pair of Targa 1009

A used Targa 1009

A pair of slim line pens

 

All absolutely superb condition

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Very nice!

 

All those 1009s in one place! They should be split up. I have room in my cabinet.

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I am not allowed to sell on this site yet. I have not been an member long enough, nor do I have enough forums / threads started. Also yesterday I managed to get my wrist slapped by a moderator for answering a question honestly. That entire thread has since been totally removed.

 

Over next few days I will add more photos / threads on other pens that I have been gathering up over last 4 or 5 years in the course of my Charity Fundraising business. Sorry I am not allowed to give any info as to name of that business or its outlets. I am currently assisting 40+ charities across the UK.

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Talking about selling here is a touchy subject. All pens I have gathered from my business activities over the last few years I have just been putting these in a box for my retirement fund. I have accumulated a few nice pens, Waterman, Cross, Parker, Sheaffer & Conway Stewarts to name but a few.

 

I laid my staff off last year and moved into semi-retirement, I now work a 3-4 day week aiming eventually to do 2-3 day week, this will allow my poor autistic / dislexic brain time to relax and unwind. I will never 100% retire. I have been looking for a platform / group where I may be able to pass on the better pens I have to people who will really appreciate them.

 

I still have a lot to learn about this site, must not break any more rules. This will also be my last post for now as I have now reached my maximum posting limit for 1st 24hrs on site.

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