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Re-Li-On Nibs - Anyone Know The History / Info About Them?

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#1 stefski

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 15:27

HI,

 

I purchases a job lot of vintage nibs and in the bundle were a number of nibs labelled "Re-Li-On".

My wife, who I purchased them for, was super excited about them all and then asked me about these nibs as she had not really heard of them.

 

I have searched on Google but cannot seem to find anything about them, ie who made them originally, history of them etc.

 

Can anyone help with the background on these nibs?

 

Many Thanks

 

Stefan



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#2 shoutout33

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Posted 18 September 2017 - 18:58

HI,

 

I purchases a job lot of vintage nibs and in the bundle were a number of nibs labelled "Re-Li-On".

My wife, who I purchased them for, was super excited about them all and then asked me about these nibs as she had not really heard of them.

 

I have searched on Google but cannot seem to find anything about them, ie who made them originally, history of them etc.

 

Can anyone help with the background on these nibs?

 

Many Thanks

 

Stefan

 

Haven't found anything yet, but you could send these folks an email. (info@pendemonium.com) They are Pendemonium.com. They have two Re-Li-On's in their inventory. Hope this helps some.



#3 Bo Bo Olson

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Posted 18 September 2017 - 20:42

:W2FPN: Do come back and tell us what we don't know....or what I don't know. :happyberet:


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www.nibs.com/blog/nibster-writes/nibs-germany      Info on Bock nibs

 

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