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As Dennis requested, here are some photos of my Estie Purse Pen/Pencil collection.

First Generation Purse Pens (black jewels):

1stverPursePens.jpg

2nd Generation Purse Pens:

2ndverPursePens.jpg

1st Version Purse Pencils:

1stverPursePencils.jpg

2nd Generation Purse Pencils - I am missing the Red one. If anyone has one, you can see I've got extras shown and would be willing to trade.


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Enjoy Looking.

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-- Edited by Jack125 at 13:40, 2008-09-10

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I think the eye pop emoticon says it all. wow!

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Glad you liked looking at them. Dainty Little suckers. ideaideaideaideaidea

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So what are the differences between first and second generation pieces?

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The first generation purse pens all had black jewels. The second generation ...

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Just received the last Estie Purse Pencil I was missing for my collection, the rare Tempo Red pencil with red jewels. I'm one happy guy!

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PS - I'll be submitting a revised photo this week!

-- Edited by Jack125 at 13:54, 2009-02-15

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Glad to hear it, Jack!

Nice collection!


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I once owned a great red model J. It had a brooooooad nib. It was like fire hoseconfuse

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hmmm....okay, let's see now....I think I'd like....hmmm, this isn't easy....okay, make it the mint green, one of the pastel blues, one of the light violet ones, a pale pink and a deeper pink, a bright yellow with yellow jewels and the turquoise one....that oughta do me for a while...

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OH babycakes! I see you got it baaaad. Consider a FP 12 step group while you can before it's too late...lol.
Have you been to Brian Anderson's Esterbrook.net? Best Estie site on the internetz.

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i found a pretty abused 1st gen light blue today at the flea mart. it needs a section, and the cap lip is chipped a bit here and there, but it just needs a sac and a nib, and oh yeah, a section, and it'd be great!

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What kind of lead do these Estie pencils take. These are all gorgeous, btw!

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