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Excellent work..really enjoyed following this thread. I'm sure the rod will reward you for bringing it back to life.
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Lovely work, hope to get a closer look on Friday.
- Arctic Char
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Thanks for sharing all the details of this marvellous restauration. Lucky me, that I'm going to have the chance to have a close look at this precious rod.
Greetings from Bamberg
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- Location: Essex Boy
Very impressive, what patience and a great outcome. Well done.
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- Location: Devon
Fantastic job there Neil and it will get a great day out at "the Match"; tight lines there ! I think that the original "sale ticket" from that particular second hand shop that...."oh.... I just happened to be passing"....should definitely be in a separate frame on the study wall as a reminder that Fortune Favours The Brave. I do like the final piece to the restoration; very stylish and unusual stoppers and I can't imagine just who has the complete set of "Chess Pieces" for ferrule stoppers...on no.....Ha Ha ! Catch up soon Neil.
- Arctic Char
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After being away for a bit its threads like this that make this forum so special, fantastic work Neil, inspired now to get on with my "Southwell".
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