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Admin reply: Sure you can use the logo. Since you are a school, I wouldn't charge you any extra money as if you were a business. What would you like me to provide?


Added: October 8, 2015
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Thanks for putting posters up on Zazzle! Also, there's a Zazzle account called "221b_baker_street" selling this print -- I hope it's you, but if it isn't, you can report it at content_review@zazzle.com. It's a great illustration and you certainly should be getting the credit (and money) for it.

Admin reply: Yes, that's also me. Zazzle sometimes yanks my illustrations out of copyright fears so I made a second back up store. Thanks for looking out for me.


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Hi! I'd love to buy an 11x14 (or thereabouts) non-annotated print of Baker Street, but all I see on Zazzle are postcards and t-shirts -- are prints available? Thanks!

Admin reply: I guess Zazzle added prints (and lots of other new products) after I set up that page but they don't automatically add them with my art. I'll add the illustration to their posters and hopefully they will be available in a day or so. Thanks for the heads up!


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Admin reply: I know there is also cashew urushi which is not poisonous as regular urushi. Maybe your best bet is to search the web for shakuhachi forums. As I recall they know where to get urushi, one type or the other.


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Admin reply: Regarding yatate, I happened to have mine with me when I walked into an antique shop in Tokyo many years ago and casually brought it out during the conversation. The shop owner took one look and said it was from the Edo era. If you live outside of Japan, I suppose you might be able to find an online antique specialist, but they may be reluctant to answer your inquiry if there is nothing in it for them since I'm sure they get lots of similar inquiries!


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Hi, What an amazing site you have. Congratulations on a life well spent. I'm sure God is happy with what you have accomplished, what you have given to others lives, and what you will accomplish in the future.

Admin reply: Wow, thanks for such an encouraging message! God bless you!


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Saw your lovely waterman pen pink no 7 ,when did you sell it and what was the original price you were looking for.
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Ron

Admin reply: I sold that Waterman several years ago, and I think the price was around 600 dollars USD. Apparently I left the page up on the web although there are no links to it now from my web site.


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Admin reply: Sorry for the confusion; that administer's password is for me to reply to messages, and I can't remember what it was, but it's written down somewhere. Fortunately the computer remembers it for me.

When you come to Japan, contact me and we can get together. Maybe we can see some of the Kirishitan sites I found.


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Admin reply: Thanks for the message. I'll do that. I assume you are in Japan, right?


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