In my pen cup....a semi-flex Geha 790 KM, BCHR Osmia 74 war pen Supra F (maxi-semi-flex) steel nib...with Osmia/O-F-C the gold does = the grand steel.
Pelikan 120, W.Germany 200, 215, 381, Celebry,
Markant (East German) that looks just like an MB Noblise (with out snowflake) in brushed stainless steel, regular flex steel nib.
1745 in EF for editing. a rolled gold capped P-45 just hanging around.
Same with the Lamy Persona 18K nail B width CI by Pendelton Brown.
The original nib was a nail OB with absolutely no line variation. It was hidden under the bed. Now that PB made it interesting, it's always out....I just have to use it more. PB's writing.....mine is not worth showing.
Mine is a '90's .... first year one, in it lacks the little dot on the spring shut clip, that helps prevent the pen from rolling off the desk.
Push the serrated top and the clip extends out of the pen body for a tight shirt pocket clipping. Black Titanium Oxide coating....it don't play well with others so it stands alone in an old letter opener, BP & post-it type of brass and wooden box.
And the very first MP that I ever liked (I always hated them since the late '50's)....feels better in the hand than the Jotter or P-75 BP/MP. In fact for some six weeks, I wrote with it, instead of fountain pens. The Pelikan 450....from the '50's.
Just noticed there is a 1.5 Lamy Joy....gathering cobwebs in a pen stand on my desk.
Then there is the got to clean cup.....That is a very shameful state of affairs.
Edited by Bo Bo Olson, 31 October 2017 - 20:28.