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    Just ordered my Rockwell 6c in gunmetal, guaranteed delivery tomorrow

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    Down to the last can of the hard-to-find good stuff. Stocked-up on Ebay. Arrived to-day!
    At this point in the game, I am all about a lifetime supply.
    Plenty Martin de Candre, Liquid glass, and ammo!

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    Not in the mail anymore. Just arrived today.
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    Second Shumate Tungsten I've seen come across the bay. I bought them both. I also have a Tungsteel with a Cheshire cat smile which I love so I decided these were likely a good bet also.
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    Also just got these in today.
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    2 old Sheffield wedges, both in blond horn. Top: Frederick Reynolds Bottom: Wade & Butcher.
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    The W&B in particular is definitely in need of a regrind. Also probably combine the better halves of the scales to make one old set and then replace the other set with new horn...or maybe I'll use that bone I've been saving but that is fodder for "What Are You Working On."
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    From South Shields, England, scored an incredible deal on two Barbour jackets. Listed as pre-owned, both were new, only wanted one but won the bids on both - 2 jackets for the price of half of one.

    Scored a gorgeous Sage Green Beacon James Bond Waxed Barbour and an Olive Waxed Lutz - incredible! They look great and fit perfectly! Shame so many of their jackets are now made overseas.
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    Phrank you have great taste, both are lovely jackets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markbignosekelly View Post
    Phrank you have great taste, both are lovely jackets.
    Thanks - was looking at some others, 30 years old, still in perfect shape, would like to maybe find one that was Made in England at the Factory - Sarah at the Saddler said for the "Classic" waxed jackets (I believe 2 models), you can specify you want one made in the original factory, and she will do her best to secure on.

    Another piece of clothing I hope to wear at some point when the plague leaves us....lol!

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