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    Sedona

    Titanium Gold Rollerball with Micro Swirl Black and Gold Acrylic to
    replace the one I sold at the last craft sale.
    Polished with Hut's Ultra Gloss.
    As always comments and suggestions appreciated.
    Thanks for looking.

    Les





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    Not much to suggest, Les. (As usual.) It looks like another home run to me.
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    Looks good Les.
    So how much does a pen like that sell for?
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    Your pens are incredible!

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    Your pens are some of the best that I have seen. You seem to like to make the larger sized pen. Do you sell more of those than the others? I know that the larger pen shows off the wood better but I have yet to find much of a market for them. Then again maybe I haven't lookrd hard enough for it.
    Dennis

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    What a beautiful pen! Love that acrylic blank. That's just fantastic.
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    Les, the fit and finish are top notch!!! Like someone else mentioned, a home run again on this one!! My hands are to small for these bulky pens and they make my shirt pocket sag! But they are pretty on the shelf and for me, they get handled but fewer ordered. The slimline and saturn are still my top sellers.
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    That is a beauty Les. Very well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Looks good Les.
    So how much does a pen like that sell for?
    Thanks Chuck

    I can get $100.00 plus for the Sedona's.

    Les
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis Kranz View Post
    Your pens are some of the best that I have seen. You seem to like to make the larger sized pen. Do you sell more of those than the others? I know that the larger pen shows off the wood better but I have yet to find much of a market for them. Then again maybe I haven't lookrd hard enough for it.
    Dennis
    Thanks Dennis

    I don't sell as many of these as the Slimmer lower priced pens.
    My biggest sellers are my Rifle Cartridge Bullet Pens.

    Les
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