I've had a GVFC black Guilloche pen for perhaps a dozen years (more than 10 less than 20). While it is a very pretty pen, and seems to have a good reputation, it really doesn't suit me (weight, section size, nib width), and so it gets no pocket time. I was thinking about selling it or trading it, so I went to look in the usual places for the list and street price.
I noticed that the current generation of guilloche pens seem to have two tone nibs. My pen has a one tone gold nib (see below). The markings on the nib look right, and it says 18kt, but before I list it, I would like to be sure I am not selling a Frankenpen. Were the GVFC nibs on this pen simply gold in years gone by?
Edited by ailevin, 22 February 2015 - 03:57.