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ANNIVERSARY SALE! (FED PENS#36)

 

It's our 6th Anniversary Sale! It's hard to believe my corner of the (Retail) pen world is 6 years old! When I first discovered the (Fountain) Pen Community 15 years ago (I've collected BP/RB Pens far longer..), little did I know I would be turning my "re-found" hobby into a FT Business Venture! I am grateful to so many people- customers, distributors, makers, and even fellow dealers for welcoming me in to this close knit community of Pen Pals! I've come a long way from the above pic- 2 tables at the 2015 DC Pen Show, where my retail venture began with only 2 tables, 12 brands, and 5 distributors! (Now 5 tables, 50 Brands, and 20+ Distributors, Wholesalers, and Makers!)

During the month of July- use discount code "Anniversary" at Checkout to save 10% more on a purchase at the site! Offer is good on any sale (even discount and closeout items)!

The 2021 DC Show is A GO- it will mark the start of year 7 in business as a pen retailer! I am grateful, and thankful to each and all of you! 

 

Thanks!

Frank (Frank Xavier, Frankiex, "Federalist Frank")

"Celebrating Six Years of Retail Writing Excellence"

"When, in the course of writing events, in becomes self-evident that not all pens are created equal"

 

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Use Forum Code "FPN" at Checkout to Receive an Additional 5% Discount!

 
 
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Even if this would not normally be the place to post the announcement, given that the classifieds are currently not functional, I think this posting is acceptable. This is only my opinion, your perspective may differ.

 

BTW, congratulations on your 6th Anniversary. Will you be at the (Boston) Commonwealth Pen Show this year?

 

“Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today, because if you do it today and like it, you can do again tomorrow!”

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Congrats, Frank!   Are we celebrating your store's birthday with cake? 

"Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination."

Oscar Wilde

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😊

 

See you again in Boston Lloyd!

 

Frank

"Celebrating Six Years of Retail Writing Excellence"

"When, in the course of writing events, in becomes self-evident that not all pens are created equal"

 

Federalist Pens and Paper (Online Pen Store)

 

facelogobooks.png.7b61776c10ce24852b00693f4005dc72.png

 

 

Use Forum Code "FPN" at Checkout to Receive an Additional 5% Discount!

 
 
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On 7/6/2021 at 1:07 PM, Gloucesterman said:

 

 

BTW, congratulations on your 6th Anniversary. Will you be at the (Boston) Commonwealth Pen Show this year?

 

 

Thank You!

Boston- 😉

 

Frank

 

"Celebrating Six Years of Retail Writing Excellence"

"When, in the course of writing events, in becomes self-evident that not all pens are created equal"

 

Federalist Pens and Paper (Online Pen Store)

 

facelogobooks.png.7b61776c10ce24852b00693f4005dc72.png

 

 

Use Forum Code "FPN" at Checkout to Receive an Additional 5% Discount!

 
 
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1 hour ago, Federalist Pens said:

 

Thank You!

Boston- 😉

 

Frank

 

Looking forward. See You There!

“Don't put off till tomorrow what you can do today, because if you do it today and like it, you can do again tomorrow!”

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