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I Found Someone's Lamy 2000 Ballpoint, And I'd Like To Return It.


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I work in a doctor's office, and someone left their Lamy 2000 ballpoint. My coworkers are not pen people, but as soon as I saw it, I knew what it was and grabbed it in case the rightful owner were to return. I know it's not as expensive as the fountain pen, but I'm sure someone is missing it, as it is a nice ballpoint.

 

If you can name the doctor's office, DM me and we can arrange a way to return it.

 

If you know who lost it, please put them in contact with me.

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<b>Inked up:</b> Ranga 3C, Lamy 2000, Pilot Custom 74, Pelikan m205 , Platinum Preppy, Pilot Decimo<br><b>Inks currently using:</b> Troublemaker Blue Guitar, Nemosine Alpha Centauri, Noodler’s Navy, Aircorps blue black<br> Signature ink and pen: Noodler’s Navy + Lamy 2000

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Since you work in the office, could you not look up who had appointments that day and call those people (or get someone in the office to do it?). Chances are good one of them is the owner.

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Since you work in the office, could you not look up who had appointments that day and call those people (or get someone in the office to do it?). Chances are good one of them is the owner.

I work in a separate space than my coworkers, and they can't remember when they found the pen, otherwise this would have been an excellent idea.

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