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    Roman Harvest Covertible

    To use either as a Roller Ball or Fountain Pen by unscrewing the nib and replacing the appropriate refill and nib to what ever you want to use.

    Dressed in Canadian Aspen and finished with 6 coats of MINWAX Polyurethane.

    Les





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    Wow, Les...that has "wedding pen" written all over it. Beautiful work.
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    Aspen? Wow, that looks like Ivory to me. Wow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Wow, Les...that has "wedding pen" written all over it. Beautiful work.
    Just what I was thinking too
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    Les if you hadn't said it was aspen. i would of guessed holly. Great looking pen by the way

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    Les, that is one beautiful pen! Where does it come from? And the aspen, I would never had guessed that in a million years! Like others, that has wedding pen written all over it!
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    Les, beautiful pen really like the kit and I agree with the others it would make a great wedding pen
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    Very elegant Les. This one is NICE!
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    Beautiful and elegant Les. I would have never guessed aspen either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    Les, that is one beautiful pen! Where does it come from? And the aspen, I would never had guessed that in a million years! Like others, that has wedding pen written all over it!
    Thanks Guys.

    Jonathan,
    I got these kits here:
    http://www.timberbits.com/roman-harv...ntain-pen.html

    Les
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