Recently got this Duofold from a friend. I didn't know at first, but it is actually an unmatched cap and body. Body is 1929 Permanite Streamline Lady (based on the imprint), cap is a red hard rubber Juniorette (?) or Lady with a clip. The other pens here are an Arnold, a unnamed vintage pen, and a modern Kaweco Sport for scale.
The cap is cracked, unfortunately. Is it worth trying to get someone to fix the crack? Or another idea: does anyone have a red permanite Lady/Junior Streamline cap lying around that they want to sell me?
Does that Parker nib look like it is borked? I feel like the tip is bent, but I'm not sure. Also the feed looks like it's been pushed out too far or something, I can see it past the nib. Should I send it to a nibmeister? Is there any nibmeisters that also restore vintage pens, who might be able to fix this one up for me? I'm willing to try to fix it myself, but if it needs meistering I might as well get a professional to do it.