So in May I had two: now I have six. I think I've stopped buying Waterman's, and as I've mentioned elsewhere on these venerable boards, I may have stopped buying pens... But then I thought that about four pens ago!
Anyway, this is what I have (pics later, but I'm waiting for two them to be sent from Blighty):
1. 3J ('Jet' - unmarked - IDed on here from a 1936 catalogue page): English, super flex broad stub; bought dirt cheap on eBay
2. 12 eyedropper: NY, flexible fine needs fixing, prob pre-teens, came from my Great Grandpa via my grandmother
3. 351 (Maybe Stalwart - certainly the red streaked gold and brown marble): 1947? Canadian extra fine flex; most expensive pen I've bought on eBay (still not really expensive judging by what other people pay!!)
4. Hybrid - maybe 352 body (unmarked - looks like 352 Dauntless - cost pennies on eBay with no nib or pressure bar), with Great Grandpa's FDW marked extra fine flex nib in
5. 12 PSF two gold bands (1917): English, flexible fine nib (not here yet)
6. 502 (Champion?): English late 40s-early 50s, nib as yet unknown!!
Edited by MercianScribe, 22 August 2017 - 15:21.
Hi, I'm Mat
This week's EDC: Pilot Penmanship (demo, B italic, Iroshizuku Old Man Winter/Pilot Blue mix), Preppy (red, 0.3), Preppy (green, 0.3),
This week's home rotation: Watermans 12 PSF (XF-3B wet noodle, Diamine Red Dragon), Watermans 3J (B-4B broad flex stub, Pilot Blue)