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#1 buppen

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 07:55

Hi.

I'm a new member here and need some help with these pens.
They all work and the set with the green one is never filled or used, the ink bottle is never opened.
I appreciate if someone could help me with the history and the value of these pens. I might sell them so I appreciate the value of each pen.

Thanks

Buppen

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#2 christof

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 16:00

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Pelikan 100N, late 1930's

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Pelikan IBIS from 1950's

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Pelikan M400 1980-1997


hope this helps.

for research about value, you'd better look on ebay.

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#3 Bo Bo Olson

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 17:41

:W2FPN:

:crybaby: Such pretty pens :drool: ...and he's thinking of selling them. :gaah:

I'll give you two dollars a piece for them and pay for the mail. B)

Semi-flex is an “almost” flex; not a ‘flex’ nib. It is great for regular writing. It can give you some fancy; but it is not made for real fancy writing. For that get a 'flexi' or a "flex" nib.

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Wider than Normal does not exist. Wider than Japanese does. Every company has it's very own standard + slop/tolerance. Developed from the users of it's pens only; not the users of other companies pens. The size you grind a nib to, is your standard only. Paper and ink matter to nib width. Thank god for 1/2 sizes or it would be boring.


#4 buppen

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 17:48

Thanks Christof.

It will help me a lot when I know the models and year of the pens.

I appreciate your help. Thanks again.

/Buppen

#5 stez

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Posted 13 November 2012 - 20:00

:W2FPN:

:crybaby: Such pretty pens :drool: ...and he's thinking of selling them. :gaah:

I'll give you two dollars a piece for them and pay for the mail. B)



Two bucks each huh? Geez Bo, don't go overboard now :roflmho:
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#6 Bo Bo Olson

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Posted 14 November 2012 - 00:12

I'm retired. For five, he has to pay the mail. B)

Semi-flex is an “almost” flex; not a ‘flex’ nib. It is great for regular writing. It can give you some fancy; but it is not made for real fancy writing. For that get a 'flexi' or a "flex" nib.

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Wider than Normal does not exist. Wider than Japanese does. Every company has it's very own standard + slop/tolerance. Developed from the users of it's pens only; not the users of other companies pens. The size you grind a nib to, is your standard only. Paper and ink matter to nib width. Thank god for 1/2 sizes or it would be boring.


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Posted 14 November 2012 - 06:40

...Erf ... :unsure: ... too expensive for me, I can follow ... I leave it to Bo Bo ...

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