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Hi FPN, 

 

I have 163 pen auctions running on eBay.  Some end this Sunday the 11th and the rest on Sunday the 18th.  Not too many vintage but a lot of very interesting and cool pens.  Quite a few new pens with excellent starting price and a few started at $1.00 with no reserve.  In vintage there are several exceptional pens like a mint new-old-stock 1920's Golden Rule BCHR with two gold bands and a really nice c. 1930 Townsend set in orange celluloid with original box and papers.  Also several nice vintage Parkers including vacs, 51 vacs and a first year 51.  Some nice Sheaffer and others too.  But this week newer pens dominate.  So many brands I'll just mention a few.  Visconti, Platinum, Mairo, Nettuno, Sailor, Cross, Monteverde, Conklin, Montegrappa, Franklin-Christoph, an awesome Edison Pen Co Ink V2 shipwreck, and many more.  Check them all out here:  SPEERBOB AUCTIONS.

 

Have a great weekend.  Cheers,  BOB

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Check out my website at www.Speerbob.com


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