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WristScan: Thank you, Captain!

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By: Emil Wojcik
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WristScan: Thanks!

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By: Emil Wojcik
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WristScan: Thanks. Antiquities are one of my larger collections, started at least 35 years ago and constantly growing. My latest acquisition is the Luristan bronze short-sword that the Navitimer is hanging on in the second image.

Most of the pieces range from neolithic through about the 15th century although some are somewhat more recent, into the Renaissance. They include Egyptian, Roman, Greek, Luristanian, Chinese, Byzantine, German, Israeli, Pre-Columbian, Canaanite, Japanese, and others. A few hundred pieces in total. M
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By: Emil Wojcik
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WristScan: Thank you!

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By: Emil Wojcik
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WristScan: I have quite a few collections, most of them accumulated over the past 30+ years.

Here's a small representation of some of my favorite collections. There are others, but not easy to photograph with a watch. Medieval manuscript pages... ancient and medieval antiquities... Mid-century sculpture and art... Pens... Coins... 18th century European, English, and Chinese porcelain... Cla
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By: Emil Wojcik
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TimeOut: Every once in a while I've used generic brand refills for my Mont Blancs and never noticed a difference. Maybe I've just been lucky. Perhaps some generics are better than others.

I've also used other brand ink in MB fountain pens without any issues, although they've always been name brands. I'm using Pelican ink in them at the moment but I've used others.
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By: Emil Wojcik
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