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An Unusual Onoto

onoto 5123

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#1 Cob

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Posted 03 February 2017 - 12:13

I have just acquired this rather unusual Onoto.  It is small: just 4" long capped.  It is however, delightful with a fine and flexible No 3 nib.  I had had no idea that Onoto made such small plunger fillers - I have had 2000s but this is noticeably shorter.

 

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Cob

 


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#2 johnmc2

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Posted 03 February 2017 - 20:05

That is a lovely and interesting pen.  

I like that ink too, I use it in my Vacumatics







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