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Pen; 16-218

Pen; 16-218
Name/Title
Pen
About this object
A pen with a wooden shaft. It has a metal nib at one end of the shaft and a pointed tip at the other end which has been dipped in ink and used for writing.
Possibly used by Richard Logan Balderson, known as Logan, for writing up the ledgers for his Road Contracting and Droving business's. In excellent condition.

Measurements
L 14cm
Object Type
Pens
Object number
16-218

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