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Old 01-16-2019, 09:13 AM
charles Tauber charles Tauber is offline
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I'd suggest taking it to a professional for repair: it sounds like that is your intention.

Neither are major repairs. Done well/professionally, it could look like new.

The first step would be rehydration. Then gluing and reinforcing the cracks/braces. If finish touch-up is required, that next. Including finish work, probably a few hundred dollars.

No pen blanks are necessary. Minimize shipping, particularly at this time of year.
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