I have not been able to run down Je-We Elasta. It needs a bit of smoothing, but looks like some sort of German parker, with the fletches smoothed off the Arrow. Parker in 1929 and late 30's Parker tried a couple of times to get into the German market and failed. So this Piston filler unmarked pen could be factory remainders or a very nice counterfit. It is a mottled green with fine parallel copper looking lines.
My wife's Uncle who died a while back seemed to have good taste in solid pens.
I have an Osmia Supra on an Omia-Farber-Castell pen too. I don't know much but it looks like it's a fine that is slightly flexible or a medium. It needs a tad of smoothing, but if it is rotated slightly to the right, it writes well a nice wet line.
I don't know if a small black Osmia piston filler with a scratchy normal Osmia nib and missing the end cap is worth anything, he left that too.
The only pen he had that was not a piston filler was an Esterbrook with a 2968 nib.
I was going to flea market it all until I spotted the gray Esterbrook, and now I’m collecting pens, if I get lucky.
Edited by Bo Bo Olson, 01 May 2009 - 19:37.