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Arnolds guitar pick

Long time ago in the 80's, I bought this strange but really good guitar pick from a music shop in Stockholm's Gamla Stan. I believe that this was a Hagström Musik shop. The pick is white, handcarved or machine-grinded out of bone and has a text saying "Arnolds" and "sweden" in smaller letters underneath.
Does anybody know what's story behind this pick and, of course, if these are still available anywhere?

Re: Arnolds guitar pick

Hey man! I don't have any info on them, but I got one yesterday, and it's the best pick I've ever tried!
Cool to see other people k PopupWindow('http://pub22.bravenet.com/smilies/index.php?elem=forum_post_form.content','570','470');nowing about these!

Re: Arnolds guitar pick

I sell various carved bone and/or stone picks at my music shop in Bognor Regis UK - but these ones are nothing to do with Hagstrom for sure.

I don't know what the ones you are referring to look like, but these are really very thick compared to a standard pick, although they are contoured so they're not easy to drop.