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#1 Babangita

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Posted 17 January 2020 - 10:28

I have several St Dupont pens and they all write perfectly.

As it often happens, some are more favorites than others.

On one of my favorite ones, I accidentally damaged the metal section.

It is more of a visual thing than a functionality problem, the nib is still good.

Is there any way possible to dismantle an Olympio/D-Line metal nib section for nib swapping and cleaning?

It might seem difficult, but being a person that doesn't surrender easily, I find it difficult to accept that it is impossible.

Sorry if this topic has been discussed here before...

Thank you all in advance!


Current modern daily users: Aurora 88L; Montegrappa Miya, Omas AM87, S.T.Dupont D-Line, Stipula Etruria Tuscany Dreams, Tibaldi Modello 60.

Current vintage daily users: Aurora 98p, Big Red Lucky Curve, MB622, P51, P75, Pelikan NN400.


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#2 Shalori

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Posted 17 January 2020 - 23:37

The nib can be pulled out of the section. You can try sticking some scotch tape on the nib and pulling it away from the section.



#3 Babangita

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Posted 20 January 2020 - 20:39

Thank you very much Shalori!


Current modern daily users: Aurora 88L; Montegrappa Miya, Omas AM87, S.T.Dupont D-Line, Stipula Etruria Tuscany Dreams, Tibaldi Modello 60.

Current vintage daily users: Aurora 98p, Big Red Lucky Curve, MB622, P51, P75, Pelikan NN400.






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