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Swan Minor No. 2

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#1 hcsk8ter


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Posted 15 December 2009 - 02:51


So I'm on my latest tear with Mabie Todd. I love them and can't get enough, great flex & semi-flex nibs, beautiful hard rubber, what more could you ask for?

Well, this pen for one thing. To DIE for... :puddle:

It's a Mabie Todd & Co, Swan Minor No. 2, but there really isnt anything minor about it. It's much bigger and fatter than this Swan:

Swan Leverless Pen

It a fat pen 5 1/4" capped and 6 1/2" posted.

It also has a hard rubber lever filler, which you don't see every day.

Enjoy the review and please comment.

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Posted 15 December 2009 - 16:54

Nice review. Any chance of a picture of the lever and box?

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