103 Medium Battery 1975
Laurie Skinner in Vietnam
3.7 inch Mark 3 Heavy Anti Aircraft Gun - Live Firing North Head Manly
No 53 of 1974 Gun Course - School of Artillery 1974
Anti Aircraft Radar No 3 Mark 7
25 Pounder New Guinea 1944
 

FRANK KOHLMANN

PENS

Frank Kohlmann is an ex serving Artilleryman now fully retired and living in Western Australia.  Frank's hobby is to hand craft a variety of pens to the highest quality.  The pens come is a variety of styles and woods.

Description

Below are images of all styles available.  Any of these pens can be crafted by Frank using using either Jarrah or She Oak wood as the most popular types.  Additional wood options also include Banksia, Camphor Laurel and Bottle Brush.

Pricing

The price of each pen varies and is indicated under each of the images below.  

Postage and Handling

An additional charge of $11.35 for postage via air mail that includes insurance and a Tracking Number which will be forwarded to you by email once your order has been posted.

Payment

Payment for the pens can be made directly into the following account:
   
Bank: ANZ
   
Account Name: Frank Dieter KOHLMANN
   
BSB: 016 560
   
Account Number: 231390739

Sponsorship of the 2019 National Gunner Dinner

Frank has also kindly offered to become a sponsor of the 2019 National Gunner Dinner by way of donating 10 pens to the Australian Artillery Association to use as 'Thank You' gifts to the various personnel who assist us in putting together the dinner for which we are truly grateful.

Simply click on any of the below images to view a larger image then click on the enlargement to reduce it.

Pens can be ordered using the online order form below the images.

   
Bolt Action
$35.00
  European
$20.00
  Executive Clicker
$28.00
         
     
  Sierra
$20.00
  Slimline
$15.00
 
         
 
 

 

 
 
 
A Field Battery in Vietnam - Gunner Tiffy
Sergeants from the No. 1 Queensland Volunteer Artillery
Artillery In Action At Heilly France - Circa 1918
Members of 102 (Coral) Battery in Vietnam
Gunner Claude Rubin Winduss (Second from Left) in World War 1

         
         

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