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Three sanders. The one in the front is made of rosewood, the one on the right is made of maple and the other one is made of pine._Judith Walker's Collection

Three very old Tin Pounce Pots or Sanders c.1800's. The one in the front is showing the lid._Judith Walker's Collection

Two inkwells. One has a picture of Napoleon and the other of Josephine. Judith Walker's Collection

Two ceramic pen trays. The one in front has a trompe l' oeil motif of a quill pen and a piece of red sealing wax that has been burned on one end. The other pen tray looks like an envelope with a stamp._Judith Walker's Collection

This picture shows the delicate flowers on the bottom better than the other picture I have up._Judith Walker's Collection

Large page turners, two ivory and the other two are wooden. Judith Walker's Collection

A close up of the unusual wood that makes up this inkwell along with the town of Rotorua's shield._Judith Walker's Collection

Crystal inkwells with sterling silver- the one with the ivory nob is a paste, mucilage, or glue pot with a brush._Judith Walker's Collection

Barrel Shaped Pounce Pots or Sanders. The dark brown barrel in the back looks like wood but on the bottom it reads "Novelty Rubber Co. Goodyear Patent May 6, 1851." This was the year that Goodyear invented Vulcanized Rubber that would not melt in heat._Judith Walker's Collection

Excellent Baluster Form Pounce Pot, Solid Turned Lignum Vitae, English c.1750, Illustrated in Edward H. Pinto, Treen and other Wooden Bygones, Plate 2.