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Old 04-10-2019, 07:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Harry Potter Durham Cathedral Oak

A Mistral Fountain pen in Black Titanium and Gold.
Made using Salvaged Oak from Durham Cathedral Cloisters where the Filmed Harry Potter series of films.

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I always wonder when I see these pens with the nice COA, where is this wood being purchased and do you get a COA with each blank? Do they sell them as pen blanks? I woudl imagine you could buy a bigger chunk of wood then cut it down into blanks, but now do you have enough COA to give to each customer? Just curious.
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I always wonder when I see these pens with the nice COA, where is this wood being purchased and do you get a COA with each blank? Do they sell them as pen blanks? I woudl imagine you could buy a bigger chunk of wood then cut it down into blanks, but now do you have enough COA to give to each customer? Just curious.
www.uniquepenblanks.com

www.historicgifts.co.uk

both available from same seller , sales page on unique pen blanks or just message him on the historic gift site. His name is Martyn England
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Nice work, Thomas !!! . Keep those Mistrals rolling !! ... my fave kit .
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Another Beautiful Pen Thomas,
Glorious Blank from a Historic Site.
Expertly Turned, and Finished.
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