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    Saturday saw a good amount of people at the show. There was even a visitor from the local looney bin.
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    Some very neat vintage Sheaffer Repair boxes.
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    (L to R) Joel Hamilton, Brian Gray, Dan Smith.
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    Several vintage Montblancs at Osman Sümer's table.
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    A vintage Montblanc 12 safety valued at $10,000.
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    Tim Hoffman was our escort to an antique store that specialized in type writers, hi-fi equipment, and of course, fountain pens.
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    Notice the old style logos on the J. Herbin bottles. There were a couple dozen of these at that antique store.
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    Another neat find: a whole rack of old school Pen World magazines.
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    A larger case of old Pen World issues that only represent about a quarter of the total amount of back issues in the store.
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    David Isaacson pouring the traditional first shot to Richard Binder before the auction started.

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  • ethernautrix

    Would love Pen Posse meets FPGeeks at the LA Pen Show, 2013. LA, stand back!

    • http://fpgeeks.com/ Dan Smith

      I sincerely hope we can make this happen!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=601638804 Luke Gordon on Facebook

    This show looks wonderful. I just can’t understand why a thriving metropolis like NYC doesn’t have one.

  • Maja

    Haven’t met anyone else in the photos, but Joel Hamilton is a very nice man and a great pen dealer :) Thanks for the photos, Dan! Nice that you and Tim could fit in a trip to a brick & mortar pen store, too!

  • David

    Only six pictures? Where you low on film?

    • http://fpgeeks.com/ Dan Smith

      Six? Now, I was never very good at counting past 20 (you know, the whole fingers and toes thing) but I see 10 images up there.