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  1. #1
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    pens




    The 2 above are a Black Titanium Baron Rollerball Pen in a North African Thuya Burl.


    Above is a Gold Ti. Baron Rollerball Pen in a Golden Amboyna Burl.


    Above is a Gold Ti. El Grande Ballpoint in English Yew.






    This is a Ti. Gold El Grande Rollerball Pen in Wavy Makore.



    Lastly a Ti. Gold Sedona Rollerball Pen done in a South American Cocobolo.

    Hope you like them. Feel free to comment, both pro & con.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 188-1 Baron RB Pen, Ti. G, Thuya Burl (Medium).jpg   200 Baron RB Pen, Ti. G, Golden Amboyna for Ted Robinson (Medium).jpg   187 El Grande BP Pen, Ti. G, English Yew (Medium).jpg   186 El Grande RB Pen, Ti. G, African Curly Makore (Medium).jpg   184 Sedona RB Pen, Ti. G, South American Cocobolo (Medium).jpg  

    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    It feels even greater to give one to a friend!

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    Your absence won't make a difference!


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    Excellent work on all counts, Mack. All pros...no cons. I think the thuya burl Baron is my favorite of the bunch, but they all look superb.
    When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson
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    fine work + fine woods = mighty fine pens.
    Are they going to be Christmas presents?

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    Beautiful pens.

    I like the the Thuya Burl wood and like the style of the wavy Makore.

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    Mack, I'd be hard pressed to pick a winner from that bunch, outstanding
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    Those are some beauties for sure. I really can't pick a favorite because I like'em all.
    Bernie W.

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    Mack,

    Those look great! I want you again for a Pen Partner.

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