I recently purchased a box of brushes and in the very bottom was what appeared to be an old fountain pen. When I picked it up, it began to crumble in my hands. It seemed rather small to be a fountain pen, but when I finally got the top off (in pieces) I found a gold nib.
The body crumbled, leaving nothing but the nib. The feed was also cracking.
I managed to seat the nib in an off-brand fountain pen to see if I even liked it, and wouldn't you know, I love it!! It works, but not well, in the off-brand pen body.
The nib is gold, has the word Eversharp in a slight bow with the words "Made in the USA" just below. Underneath that is the number 2 and the word "flexible."
I would love to seat the nib in an appropriate pen body, but I haven't a clue as to where to begin.
Any thoughts on where I might get a quick start on learning what type of pen I had and what to place the nib into next?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!