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Identity Crisis: Anyone Heard Of Pacific Pens?

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#1 TXKat

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Posted 01 October 2014 - 23:02

Okay, so today I hit an Estate Sale and snagged a Pacific Pen and Pencil set. Both cleaned up quite nicely and the brass looks good also, but I've never heard of this .....what ....9th tier, lol, company?

 

The nib is the basic Supreme 14K Gold Plate and the pen needs a new sack. Pencil needs lead, lol.

 

The color is beautiful and the emblem looks to be a round leaf-like circle with a P in the middle. Can't find any info anywhere on this!! Has anyone ever heard of such an animal? The nib says nothing of the size, so no clue what size it is.

 

I may have gotten taken on this grouping, but hoping it writes well. Not a real flexible nib, but in good shape.

 

any thought would be be appreciated!!


So, what's your point? (Mine is a flexible F.)

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#2 TXKat

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Posted 01 October 2014 - 23:03

The pitted clip is on the pencil and looks much better. With more work it might get better....


So, what's your point? (Mine is a flexible F.)





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