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Old 07-31-2017, 02:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Trio of Civil War pens

Made these for my parents back in NC. My Dad is a big civil war historian. Made one a bit more slender for my mom's small hand.



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Good looking pens. Your own blanks or from a vendor?
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Those look great.
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Good looking pens. Your own blanks or from a vendor?
These are my own blanks. Cedar, a flowering bush that died in my side yard last year and a lodge pole pine burl that I harvested.
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Excellent Pens Jason.
Great Blanks, Well Turned, Fitted and Finished.
Terrific Decals,
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Nicely done. Civil War pens are awesome. The look, feel, historic value and price itself.
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Super nice job, I know your folks will proud of them, and of their son.

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