Dear FPN people,
I have a Waterman Charleston purchased in 2009. Mine is a "M" as marked on the feed. The small nib is stock - marked PARIS 18K-750" It flows/writes well.
I found a Spanish-language video that demonstrated the pen. At the beginning (time mark 1:50) however, when the cap comes off we see a wide stub with the Waterman logo. At 3:50 approx the reviewer shows the somewhat flexible and free-flowing capabilities of this nib. No indication that there is a different feed.
Please, if you have time, take a look at this video and tell me if you know how I can find the nib pictured. I love broad italics and stubs. My handwriting suits these nibs well; I just write letters, cards, and research notes. No calligraphy business or craft - just fun everyday stuff.
Seen at 1:50 (not while writing) and then writing at 3:52 in a video (Spanish-language) posted here:
Be aware that on my computer I had to turn the volume WAY up to hear the commentator. Wish I understood Spanish!
Thanks, in advance, for any comments.