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2 Pens Available For Pif - Italix & Fpr Himalaya


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I hope to find 2 individual winners for the 2 pens.

I've enjoyed the forums for many years now and I hope to contribute back a little with my first PIF.

What you can win

1. Italix Parson's Essential - Medium Oblique Nib. No converter included.
2. FPR Himalaya - Flex Nib. Converter included.

Eligibility

- Anyone is welcome to enter.
- Only one entry per person - please specify which pen interests you.

Process

- Deadline for entry is end of day 7th Jan 2019.
- Winner will be selected based on random lottery.

Postage

- $5 for standard postage via Royal Mail UK. Payable via Paypal.
- I will post the pen in a padded envelope.

Notes

- I have enjoyed these pens over the last couple years but recently they haven't seen much use, hence I feel they would be more useful to someone else. However, I can't guarantee the performance of these pens but I can confirm that they worked great when I last used them.

 

Thank you for your entries.

 

Kind regards,

Sidd

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Absolutely interested in the second, if US entries are welcome, that would be the Himalaya.

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Would love the Italix.

 

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I assume as much for other people

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Please enter me in the drawing for the FPR Himalaya , thank you!

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