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#1 Lorna Reed

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 08:15

I was bidding on some Esties on ebay last night. I missed out on two of them by being outbid with seconds to go :crybaby: but was lucky on my third attempt. :clap1:
This is the one I managed to grab and it's now on its way to me. Hope it's a good'un and I hope members here got the other two!
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Posted 11 February 2013 - 09:44

I was bidding on some Esties on ebay last night. I missed out on two of them by being outbid with seconds to go :crybaby: but was lucky on my third attempt. :clap1:
This is the one I managed to grab and it's now on its way to me. Hope it's a good'un and I hope members here got the other two!
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It looks very handsome! Posted Image
I'm also waiting on a blue estie from FPN, an SJ.
Do you know which nib is coming with the pen?

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 10:08

It looks very handsome! Posted Image
I'm also waiting on a blue estie from FPN, an SJ.
Do you know which nib is coming with the pen?

I was wondering the same thing, mostly because I've focused my ebay scouring now more on finding certain nibs instead of just an Estie with any old nib. I don't want, for example, six pens all with the same nib (unless it's a nib I really like). Two or three is fine, but not much more than that.


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Posted 11 February 2013 - 12:50


It looks very handsome! Posted Image
I'm also waiting on a blue estie from FPN, an SJ.
Do you know which nib is coming with the pen?

I was wondering the same thing, mostly because I've focused my ebay scouring now more on finding certain nibs instead of just an Estie with any old nib. I don't want, for example, six pens all with the same nib (unless it's a nib I really like). Two or three is fine, but not much more than that.

It's a 9461 fine nib. Haven't got one so I'm happy. :happyberet:
Whatever is true,whatever is noble,whatever is right,whatever is pure,whatever is lovely,whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such things.
Philippians 4.8

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 13:26



It looks very handsome! Posted Image
I'm also waiting on a blue estie from FPN, an SJ.
Do you know which nib is coming with the pen?

I was wondering the same thing, mostly because I've focused my ebay scouring now more on finding certain nibs instead of just an Estie with any old nib. I don't want, for example, six pens all with the same nib (unless it's a nib I really like). Two or three is fine, but not much more than that.

It's a 9461 fine nib. Haven't got one so I'm happy. :happyberet:

The pen looks beautiful. Is it a J? The 9461 manifold fine is a nice strong fine. A nice one to have.
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#6 Lorna Reed

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 14:17




It looks very handsome! Posted Image
I'm also waiting on a blue estie from FPN, an SJ.
Do you know which nib is coming with the pen?

I was wondering the same thing, mostly because I've focused my ebay scouring now more on finding certain nibs instead of just an Estie with any old nib. I don't want, for example, six pens all with the same nib (unless it's a nib I really like). Two or three is fine, but not much more than that.

It's a 9461 fine nib. Haven't got one so I'm happy. :happyberet:

The pen looks beautiful. Is it a J? The 9461 manifold fine is a nice strong fine. A nice one to have.

Yes - it is a J and has a new sac and J-bar.
Whatever is true,whatever is noble,whatever is right,whatever is pure,whatever is lovely,whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such things.
Philippians 4.8

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 19:16

Good deal all around then- restored pen and a new (to you) nib!


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