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    Shredded Canadian Five Dollars

    Pen blank with a Black Titanium and Platinum Sierra Elegant Beauty.

    The tube in inside of the blank was painted Mat Silver Grey.
    Polished with Huts Ultra Gloss.

    This kit looks better with the B2B effect rather than the JB effect.

    As always comments and or suggestions appreciated.
    Thanks for looking.

    Les





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    Your shredded Canadian money blank is more colorful than our US money blanks. That is another fine pen Les.
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    That's cool, I've never seen them, old money to make more money by selling it as blanks. Maybe I should import the idea here
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    That is a beautiful, and elegant pen. Very nice work. If you don't mind, where do you purchase that kit? The only thing I have close to me is a Woodcraft and I don't see that kit in their catalog.
    Thanks for showing that.
    Bob

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    Les that is another beauty. Really a classy pen. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Tate View Post
    That is a beautiful, and elegant pen. Very nice work. If you don't mind, where do you purchase that kit? The only thing I have close to me is a Woodcraft and I don't see that kit in their catalog.
    Thanks for showing that.
    Bob
    Thanks Bob

    I get mine in Canada Here:
    http://www.penblanks.ca/product.php?...&cat=29&page=1

    CSUSA has them here:
    http://www.woodturnerscatalog.com/st...aero_pen?Args=

    Les
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    Thank you Les, I got them ordered.
    Bob

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