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Seamus Rooney



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The is a close-up of the Texas Quarter that has been cut out using a scroll saw, rolled, and cast in PR over a texas flag label
These were commissioned by a franchise owner of a restaurant chain in the Dallas/Ft.Worth area and the top pen went to the founder of the restaurant chain!
Texas Tru-Quarter™ Pen. Here I have incorporated a scroll cut quarter and a computer label hand cast in PR to create this stunning work of art!
Texas Tru-Quarter™ Pen with Gary Nicholl's Carbon Fiber blank cast in PR.

Gran Torino pen kit from http://www.arizonasilhouette.com This is my Signature design that I call the Tru-Quarter™ pen design. Each Quarter is meticulously shaved, then cut out using a scroll saw and hand cast in a luxurious resin to create this stunning result! These are Limited Editions!
Marksman Tru-Silver Proof(MS-63)Texas Quarter Rollerball.
Marksman Tru-Silver Proof Texas Quarter.
Tru-Quarter over Western Diamondback snakeskin.

This is a Princess pen kit from Penn State Ind. that I modified to fit a 280 rifle shell for the lower barrel and extended the upper barrel length to fit my Tru-Quarter™ blank design.
Up close of the upper barrel
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This was my submission pen. I took the Berea Hardwoods rifle shell twist kit and modified it take a Tru-Shell™ (280 bullet)and incorporated my Tru-Texas Quarter™ blank into the upper barrel.

How to change the refill! Unscrew the twist mechanism
This is my First Place Winning Pen in the 2012 "Tube-On" Casting Contest on I.A.P.
This is Atrax fountain pen from Berea Hardwoods, but I replaced the nib with a #5 Bock nib from Classic Nibs. The coin is a Florin Coin from Australia(1962)and the pen went to my swap partner for the 2012 Australian Pen Swap.
Western Diamondback Tru-Texas™ Quarter Ballpoint click pen. I skinned and tanned this snakeskin then carefully positioned the Texas quarter over it and cast in resin.

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