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... And The... Spanish?

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#1 manuleon


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Posted 11 June 2014 - 11:39

I continue with the second fountain pen...

I think that it should be "Made in Spain", because retains the seal which was mandatory during de Franco dictatorship, and the band de role model ("Modelo" No. 19) and price (65 Pesetas) El CAP is de brass, has a small hole, and clip mimics the arrow de Parker, but without the grooves in the upper crimping. The barrel and the section are grey, and between the two there is a ring of chrome, contrasting with the Golden of CAP and nib, this demihood:





Si through FPN I can identify both parts... I'll be totally happy...  :rolleyes:

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