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Looks great James ,I like the handle.

Old school cool !!!
Had no idea what to expect other than "probably old rubbish" but been very pleasantly surprised - Handle is heavy and solid, don't know why but I expected it to be hollow and the knot which i'd anticipated ripping out is a delight. The bristles are similar to those found in a Semogue brushes but appear to have been given some form of treatment as they're really soft and break in the moment they first touch water.

Will be keeping an eye out for more of these (y)
 
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GLASGOW
Had no idea what to expect other than "probably old rubbish" but been very pleasantly surprised - Handle is heavy and solid, don't know why but I expected it to be hollow and the knot which i'd anticipated ripping out is a delight. The bristles are similar to those found in a Semogue brushes but appear to have been given some form of treatment as they're really soft and break in the moment they first touch water.

Will be keeping an eye out for more of these (y)
My thoughts also on the handle being hollow.
Me jealous? ,never :sick:;)
 
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Cat-Pig Swamp
Had no idea what to expect other than "probably old rubbish" but been very pleasantly surprised - Handle is heavy and solid, don't know why but I expected it to be hollow and the knot which i'd anticipated ripping out is a delight. The bristles are similar to those found in a Semogue brushes but appear to have been given some form of treatment as they're really soft and break in the moment they first touch water.

Will be keeping an eye out for more of these (y)
Many old brushes are fantastic. The only reason I buy a new brush is if I get a vintage one that has a crapped out knot.
 
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