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Thread: A batch of Serpentine Slimlines

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    A batch of Serpentine Slimlines

    Newest batch of serpentine pens. These are destined for veterans. Curly Maple, a couple Mahogany and one Mesquite.
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    I kind of like the more understated one that's 5th from the left and 4th from the right. It has an almost "wave" like feeling to it.

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    Those are quite nice. There is going to be some happy vets. Good job, good cause.

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    I love your serpentine pens, Terry. I'm sure these will be very appreciated.
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    Nice !!!!!!!
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    Cool pens Terry like like the blue white red touch in center.

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    Super nice, Terry.

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    WOW! Nice pens Terry
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    Great work as always Terry!
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    Nicely done.
    Jeff Powell would be proud.

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