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On ‎3‎/‎5‎/‎2019 at 11:54 PM, Bar1 said:

Very nice stamps but a bit expensive 

Have you ever seen or used any of Sergey's stamps? If not, your opinion is, IMHO, worthless.

I have several custom stamps plus more than a dozen of his stock stamps. I find the quality exceptional and the value is also very good.

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I have Sergei's stamps, they are excellent.

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Agreed,I have several and they are really crisp and sharp

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What is / are the reference numbers and prices of the "rollers" ?..especially the Celtic Knotwork one ? :)

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Hello Sergey,

What is the machine I need to get if I wish to use your belt rollers?

Can the Embossing Rollers also be used on the same machine?

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On 3/9/2019 at 7:30 AM, Rockoboy said:

Have you ever seen or used any of Sergey's stamps? If not, your opinion is, IMHO, worthless.

I have several custom stamps plus more than a dozen of his stock stamps. I find the quality exceptional and the value is also very good.

I actually ended up buying his stamps and I do agree they are excellent. Now, for someone who started to leather craft a month ago and bought stamps at Tandy for $6, obviously I felt they were a bit expensive but after looking around, they are a steal. I appreciate your opinion, worthless or not.

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On 3/22/2019 at 9:40 PM, Rockoboy said:

Hello Sergey,

What is the machine I need to get if I wish to use your belt rollers?

Can the Embossing Rollers also be used on the same machine?

Not sure of the machine, but the rolls are 80 U.S.

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On 3/21/2019 at 4:13 PM, mikesc said:

What is / are the reference numbers and prices of the "rollers" ?..especially the Celtic Knotwork one ? :)

all rollers you can see here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/LeatherStampsTools?ref=seller-platform-mcnav&search_query=roller

On 3/23/2019 at 4:40 AM, Rockoboy said:

Hello Sergey,

What is the machine I need to get if I wish to use your belt rollers?

Can the Embossing Rollers also be used on the same machine?

yo need belt machine, like this:

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On 3/26/2019 at 4:45 PM, bikermutt07 said:

Not sure of the machine, but the rolls are 80 U.S.

Machine, like this:

belt machine.jpg

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New brass and stainless steel stamps:

 

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The Celtic knots ( 242 Series ) ..Very Very nice :)
A suggestion if I may..it would be worth creating a "corner stamp" for the Celtic Knots range. so as to avoid the "line break(s)" when turning the border through 90 degrees..as in your image of #242 B..

Just visited your

https://leatherstampstools.com/
Intriguing reference there to your "carving patterns book"...I also noticed that you give credit to Gregory Belenky for his stamp designs..As a designer I am extremely happy to see that..kudos to you Sergey :)) so few people remember to credit others for their contributions in design.. :)

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