Now that I've discovered other pens to love (also), it's time for me to deacquisition most of my school pens.
All are liable to have spots of corrosion inside the cap, on the section, and the friction ring (photos show this clearly). I have dipped these, but not installed any cartridges; dip-testing shows all to write, with the opaque green and translucent red pens giving the smoothest, wettest lines of the group. Prices for these seem to bounce around, depending on how many have been offered how recently, and who's entering the market. I'll offer these at $10 each with CONUS shipping. Paypal preferred.
First PM with a firm "I'll buy it" will get the pen. I'll indicate pens on hold, and mark off the ones that have sold as soon as I receive payment.
Second, a Sheaffer with an opaque black body, with the flattened-conical ends. This pen with an "F" nib wrote with a fine line.
Third, a Sheaffer with a translucent green body, conical ends (those are water droplets visible in the body; it hadn't quite dried out when I shot the picture). The "F" nib writes with a dry, fine line, with a leetle bit of tooth.
Finally, a Scripto with tapered rounded ends, dark blue-gray body. I don't think you can easily get cartridges for this pen; I'd suggest experimenting with it as an eyedropper. It writes with a fine, dry line, and a slight problem with the nib results in definite toothiness.
If you encourage me by buying these pens, I'll probably buy more pens further along the food chain; then I'll have to sell more, so it's in your own interest to support my pen habit. Thanks for your time and attention!
Edited by AKMA, 21 February 2009 - 19:50.