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  1. of all my recent ebay finds, this is the one that i've been using the most, very much a keeper and a user: the bexley-made woodgrain duofold centennial. i love the warmth of the ebonite, and the faceting is exquisite: http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5335/9310981903_89e416eeb4_z.jpg of all the modern parker nibs ever made, i consider the "banner" nib the most beautiful of them all, and it was used on this bexley: http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7309/9310982625_e0de33a4a5_z.jpg i've seen this pen offered on the pentooling.com site for $450, and i was lucky to get it for considerably lower
  2. vannesspen

    Vanness Nos Sheaffer And Bexleys

    Vanness has a nice selection of NOS Sheaffer made in the USA and Bexley pens. Bexley Holiday Windows 2001 Edition retailed for $1995.00 normally priced at $1595.00 SPECIAL price of $1295.00 leading up to the DC Fountain pen Supershow. Have questions? call us at 502-353-2362 or email us at vanness1938@sbcglobal.net https://vanness1938.com/?q=writing-instrument-detail/FMB/BEHoliday2001WG
  3. Let's talk about a pen which is seldom mentioned here (or anywhere else for that matter...). The Gate City Belmont Syringe Filler. 1. Appearance & Design (9/10) This is the caribbean version, which looks pretty amazing, under my lamp the material sparkles like metal flake paint on cars (I tried to capture that in the first photo following this paragraph), the material is resin as far as I can tell. The pen tapers towards the end of the filler cap and the section, with the biggest circumference at the thread of the filling 'mechanism'. The ink chamber is translucent with a slightly
  4. Do Bexleys and Gate City pens have inner caps?
  5. Obviously, I cannot be the first to have observed this, and as a relative noob, I pray you'll indulge my moment of "Ahhhhh." I recently acquired a Bexley Corona cartridge filler in Blueberry and Cream. The pattern and color reminded me of a pocket knife my grandfather owned. It is the second largest pen in my modest collection. Although I don't have extremely large hands, I find that larger pens with thick sections are more comfortable for my chunky fingers to grip and control. Alas and alack, most of the popular and readily available pens in that category are beyond my means. Finding the
  6. Check this... http://zobeid.zapto.org/image/pens/bexley_clip.jpg That's what the pocket clip on my Bexley "America the Beautiful" looks like now. It sure didn't look like that when it was new! I understand that thin platings do wear off, and supposedly "brassing adds character", but... This pen isn't all that many years old, hasn't been used all that hard, nor polished excessively. It almost seems as though the plating is just... evaporating? What gives? BTW, this was the model with "rose gold" plated trim, which also includes the cap bands.
  7. Not a lot has been said about this pen, presumably because of its small edition number from early in Bexley's life, but I was wondering what people thought of the quality of the Bexley Pen Collectors of America 2001? Anything you might have to say about its durability, weight, nib, etc. would be appreciated. Thank you!
  8. vannesspen

    Vanness Nos

    Vanness has begun to look through our NOS and now offers several New Old Stock Bexley pieces. They are available on our website or thru our brick and mortar store. Questions? just email us at vanness1938@gmail.com or call us Find us at Vanness Serving central Arkansas since 1938
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    Bexley Model 58

    Hi Guys, Anyone know how this Bexley model 58 writes??? I want to purchase a medium gold nib and I was wandering how this pen performes. http://www.lacouronneducomte.nl/webstore/main/images/bexley_model58_black_fp.jpg





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