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    My wife surprisingly wondered why I was spending all weekend working on that 'junky thing' saying I should just have bought a new one at B&H. My concern is that B&H only sells the Beseler easel. I already have a Beseler 16x20 easel and it is one-eight of an inch off and is non-adjustable. This Saunders I just rebuilt has individual adjustable paper-stops for all the sizes.

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    You may notice the 'old-fashioned' black surface. This actually forces you to use a viewing paper on the easel. So, in the end this has a much brighter viewing image than the image on the more popular yellow surfaced easels. I put rubber feet on the base of the easel so I can slide my viewing paper under the easel when not in use.

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    I wish you were closer to me and did this kind of thing as a part time job, I have about 15 easels that I would love to back into mint condition..


    Very good work and very useful indeed.

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