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I wanted to sell some leather pen cases (holders) that I don't use. Some have the brand embossed into the leather, but 2 of the larger ones and really nice ones just jave a squiggle type initial or initials.

I tried to find the same models on line with no success.

Does anyone know what these are. The brown one has what looks like a "FA" or "JA" embossed on the back. The orange one has a symbol on the 

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The top one could be Delta associated with a maker called Markiaro. Not sure if they were one and the same company or just a range made for Delta. 

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