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Help Identifying This Christian Bernard Pen?

christianberndard tortiseshell help identification

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#1 birdish


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Posted 03 May 2015 - 01:09

Okay, I'm new here!  You guys looks like such an awesome community, stoked to find this place.  I'm also a bit new to fountain pens, I've had a Sheaffer School fountain pen that i was given as a gift as a kid and I'm always using it but I'm only just getting interested in fountain pens.


Anyway, I recently saw an auction for a Christian Bernard Paris pen secondhand online and tried to figure out what it was.  I ran a few google searches but couldn't find anything.  I wondered if anyone could help me identify it, maybe give me few pointers on whether it's worth buying?  The auction itself gives no information aside from 'in good condition'.


Here are the pictures:380172699.jpg 380172872.jpg


Any help would be appreciated!



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#2 jar


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Posted 03 May 2015 - 12:17

Welcome home.  Pull up a stump and set a spell.  The pen you ask about is just a low end commodity pen; should be okay but certainly nothing special.

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