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Creeks N Creeks Pen Would Like To Know More Information

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#1 Fluffyhoovy

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Posted 02 December 2018 - 14:08

Hi I got this old creeks N creeks pen at a car boot sale and would like to know more information about it but cant find much online could anyone help me ? Also it's missing a metal ting. It has the word "creeks" a crown and 4 dots above the crown.

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#2 Fluffyhoovy

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Posted 02 December 2018 - 14:18

Oh also it uses cartridges.

#3 Jerome Tarshis

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Posted 03 December 2018 - 08:05

Search engines are my friend. They can be your friend. Taking a rapid coup d'oeil, I learn that the brand is French, manufacturer was Stypen, the pens often look charming and of youthful appeal, flourished in the 1990s, and take short international cartridges. The longer pens take a converter. Some experimentation may be required to find a converter that fits. Stiff nibs, as might be expected of an inexpensive modern pen addressed to the young in years or young at heart.



#4 georges zaslavsky

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Posted 31 March 2019 - 12:57

Search engines are my friend. They can be your friend. Taking a rapid coup d'oeil, I learn that the brand is French, manufacturer was Stypen, the pens often look charming and of youthful appeal, flourished in the 1990s, and take short international cartridges. The longer pens take a converter. Some experimentation may be required to find a converter that fits. Stiff nibs, as might be expected of an inexpensive modern pen addressed to the young in years or young at heart.

These pens used to be quite popular in France among pupils. I had one but lost it after two years, it was a very decent writer.


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