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#41 markiv

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Posted 01 March 2018 - 02:11

Here are few of my Soenneckens. 
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#42 Christopher Godfrey

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Posted 01 March 2018 - 05:39

@markiv: Another beautiful collection!  

 

@ScottieDarin: <...an Osmia 12. A pen made by the predecessor of A.W. Faber>  No, with all due respect, isn't that wrong?  Osmia were <taken over> (ie, bought out) by Faber, I thought?



#43 Azuniga

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Posted 01 March 2018 - 15:00

@markiv: Another beautiful collection!  

 

@ScottieDarin: <...an Osmia 12. A pen made by the predecessor of A.W. Faber>  No, with all due respect, isn't that wrong?  Osmia were <taken over> (ie, bought out) by Faber, I thought?

Absolutely ! A.W. Faber was older by far...



#44 Azuniga

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Posted 01 March 2018 - 15:02

Here are few of my Soenneckens. 
RSyZn9Y.jpg
p0pieem.jpg
j4NeUNz.jpg
F8gNgVX.jpg
yCd46Mm.jpg
sjB0dsG.jpg

 

markiv,

 

That is a beautiful collection... the red one is lovely and the one with the glass nib great (the chip on the section is nothing)...

Thanks for sharing !



#45 markiv

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Posted 03 March 2018 - 01:13

 

...... the one with the glass nib great (the chip on the section is nothing)...

Thanks for sharing !

 

That glass nib's orange hues are hypnotic and beautiful.

 

Folks, don't be intimidated by glass nibs as they provide a wonderful, pencil like writing experience. 


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#46 ScottieDarin

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Posted 04 May 2018 - 02:24

Rheingold different sizes and colors…

 

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Two different models of Präsident and a Präsident 1

 

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Later Soennecken Models (Extra, Superior…)

 

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This is the most complete page on Soennecken I have found

http://www.fountainp...t/Soennecken/en

This is a brilliant collection!! I see you have all the 111 colour patterns. Very nice!!!



#47 ScottieDarin

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Posted 19 June 2018 - 08:00

Absolutely ! A.W. Faber was older by far...

Ah! Thank you for the correction! Never quite figured out which name comes first, AW Faber, Osmia and Faber Castell...








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