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Can Anyone Name This Pilot Pen?

pilot flighter stainless steel semi-hooded nib

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#1 johnsi02

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Posted 22 July 2014 - 22:40

I just won a Pilot pen off ebay, without really knowing much about it. I am wondering if anyone here can tell me the model.

http://www.ebay.com/...cvip=true&rt=nc

I don't normally bid on things I don't know much about, but I've been looking for a flighter style pen with a fine, semi-hooded nib, and this seemed like it would satisfy those requirements. Knowing exactly which model I have is mostly for my own satisfaction.

Thanks for any help

JS



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#2 peerless1

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Posted 23 July 2014 - 00:32

Now, even if the model name was Super Duper Japanese Pen, would you have bid on it?

Of course, you would as it is a neat looking pen.

I've had several for sale. All are great. Best wishes. a happy purchase.

 

Most Japanese pens do not have names, just model numbers or descriptions.

FWIW, Lambrou/Sunami FPOJ does not have an image.


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