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    May 2016 Competition Entries

    Here are the competition Entries for the May 2016 Competition. Please don't tick the Like Box and please don't comment on any individual pen until after the voting ends. The Voting will end on Sunday 5th. June at a time to be determined. As there were only 13 entries only 1 prize will be on offer, the winner will be able to choose from 40.00 to their Paypal account or the blanks that Jim put up here

    You will have to wait for Jim to activate the Voting Box and remember you have only 1 vote and it can't be for your own pen, I may not be omnipotent, but I can see who voted for which pen If you need help with how to vote/nominate have a look here. All member can vote not just those who entered the competition and are encouraged to do so. The theme of this competition was to produce a pen or pencil from any material, but must include metal other than the kit parts.

    We are not sure what time the voting will finish, we think it will finish at the time on the clock that it was started so it could be just after 8pm. on Sunday, better to think 8pm at the latest, but vote as soon as you can rather than miss the vote.

    Good luck to everyone who entered the competition

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    No.1

    Hex brass Sierra, gun metal / gold.

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    Aluminum, plastic and corian on a gear shift kit.

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    No.3

    Kitless creation in aluminium and brass. Bock No.5 nib, converter and Slimline clip.

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    A slimline in aluminium serpentine blank. Finished in acrylic lacquer & microcrystalline wax.

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    Slimline kit plus a Rifle Cartridge with a difference and Amboyna Burl.

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    A Traditional Fountain Pen in Oak Burr with a Pewter Cap.

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    No.7

    Slimline kit with the bottom done in Corian and the top turned from a piece of aluminium.

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    No.8

    Gun metal Epsilon with a blank turned from holly with copper inserts filled with two part epoxy coloured with mica powder.

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    Slimline with lead filled wood.

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