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I'm afraid I couldn't find the pictures of the brush when I received it originally it was pretty beat up. I ripped out the old knot. Technically it was mostly falling out. and put in a magarrds Silvertip 22mm. I like it. Works pretty well.
There is a penny and a dime inside to lift it up a bit and some epoxy (gflex). It is an Eveready 3041

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#2
It looks fantastic.

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(03-17-2019, 09:18 PM)MntnMan62 Wrote: It looks fantastic.

thanks. under $30 the knot was on sale at xmas time.
whatever the black adhesive the factory used was a bear to dig out and I did leave some in. Had I thought a little more about the asthetics, i would have taken more time and dig it all out so the penny and dime were more obviously visible.
come to think of it i did polish the bottom a little and scrape out the stamping and fill it in w/ Behrs house paint...

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Dig that brush! I like to paint he socket black when refinishing clear handles as it hides the plug and looks like it did when new. Great job my friend.

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I also like the vintage Lucky Tiger bottle. Very nice.

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(This post was last modified: 03-20-2019, 01:15 AM by Methuselah.)
that one is kool.. the guy on iebay sold it to me for 6 bone w/ free shipping.. i recieved the box, well packed w/ shipping sticker that cost him $9.53 I remember it well.... MntnMan62
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I have put new knots in a couple of the clear brush handles. After removing all of the old knot I used cheap black nail polish for the inside of the hole and it worked out perfectly. I let the nail polish dry thoroughly before gluing the new knots in with Epoxy. I figured the black nail polish would stick to the inside of the hole well and it seems that it did. Makes the handles look like they did when new.

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#8
That is a pretty brush.
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Great job.
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