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"signature Pen" #8?

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#1 shufen


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Posted 06 December 2017 - 07:34

I was repairing an "Everlast" (USA) lever-filler yesterday evening.


The original nib has long gone missing.  And luckily I found a "Signature Pen 8" large nib to replace its absence.  The nib proved itself to be a very smooth and effective tool.


I just wonder if this nib should be:


1) in the first place,  from a "Signature" fountain pen No. 8 by Wahl, or


2) a stand-alone nib with a given number of "8" thanks to its big size, or


3) through and through a fake copy cat from an unknown workshop, and that the actual producer of "Signature" pens and standalone nibs (Wahl) never, never produced such an item in the company's history?


Any enlightenment possible?  Many thanks in advance.


Have a good day!


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