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Re: the 'fancy' markers from Shady Oaks. Figured out 2 years ago that the Hollidays @ Engraver@acadiacom.net are actually the folks that make the markers for S.O.  They are easy to deal with and you will find that the markers are MUCH cheaper direct from them(between $1.10 and $1.25 ea) depending on the style and material.  Hint on their use:  Be sure the label is 'square' and properly positioned when applying because the adhesive is so strong that you will bend a metal marker trying to get the label off to reposition it.

Jim Westberg
Burnsville Mn.




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