Item UA-53.2019-010 - Pen from SABIC

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Pen from SABIC

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  • [2018?] (Creation)

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1 pen : metal and rubber ; 13.5 cm long in bag 16.5 x 3.5 cm

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Accession 2019-010 was donated by Pemberton Cyrus, Provost's Office, Dalhousie University.

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Item is a ball-point pen made of silver-coloured metal with a black rubber grip. A logo with the word "SABIC" is printed on the side. The pen was a gift from the Saudi Bureau to Dalhousie University during their scholarship program.

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