04-08-2013, 05:32 PM
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  • vferdman
  • Artisan
  • Western Massachusetts
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I have a Semogue 1470 boar brush that I would like to trade for a restorable or restored brush handle. Semogue does not have the sticker, but otherwise perfect and comes in the box I bought it from when new. I have broken in this brush, but it's just not doing it for me. It is in excellent condition with no issues whatsoever besides the lack of sticker. What I would like to get in trade is a vintage brush/brush handle that can accommodate a 27mm knot hole. The handle need not have the hole that size, I will open it up if necessary, but there has to be room enough for me to do that.

PM me with pictures if you have a candidate and are interested in my Semogue 1470. I will post some pictures of my brush later if necessary. It is pretty much like in the product pictures. No damage, scratches or anything like that. Bristles are all split and are very soft. Good brush, but I prefer others.

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 04-10-2013, 12:34 PM
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  • vferdman
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  • Western Massachusetts
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Bump in case there is someone out there who wants a Semogue 1470 in trade for a brush handle. Here are some pictures. Note the presence of sticker in pictures. This is before I removed the sticker since it was not applied smoothly and was wrinkled. Also the tips are a lot more split now. It is really well broken in and well taken care off.

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 04-10-2013, 12:53 PM
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  • VT_Hokie
  • 2-Band Bandito
  • Charleston, SC
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This is a very nice brush gents! Someone should jump on this. I prefer this brush to the SOC in fact. I had one and gave it away to a friend who was just starting out.

I have some vintage handles, but they aren't real pretty and I doubt you would be interested.

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 04-11-2013, 09:24 AM
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  • vferdman
  • Artisan
  • Western Massachusetts
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(04-10-2013, 12:53 PM)VT_Hokie Wrote: This is a very nice brush gents! Someone should jump on this. I prefer this brush to the SOC in fact. I had one and gave it away to a friend who was just starting out.

I have some vintage handles, but they aren't real pretty and I doubt you would be interested.

PM me some pictures. You never know... I am looking to install a 24mm Omega boar from TGN into a vintage handle. Got the knot by mistake on TGN's part, so Tony just let me keep it. Now I need a handle for it. Not really using the Semogue. Just don't get a long with it. It's a great brush in great shape.

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