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  1. I've started browsing some of the antique shops I found here in Budapest. I found a red Parker 51 with silver cap. Then I found two Parker 51s in a different shop, both with gold filled cap, black color. I noticed both have different looking endings on both sides. I could guess they are from somewhat different times, right? Also found a red Parker, I don't know what type it is. It has 585 on the nib.
  2. Hi all. My apologies for being 'new' to the forum; I've lurked here for many years, and have digested countless reviews of pens and inks. My fountain pen journey began as a 16 year old, almost two decades ago, with a Waterman Phileas as a birthday present. Unbeknownst to me at the time, my youthful use cracked the section, and so for a long time I thought fountain pens were supposed to leak ink into the fingers. Needless to say, my passion quickly waned. Then in 2012 on an overseas trip, I impulse-bought a modern Sheaffer - which was a delight, and with a fine nib it was suddenly usable
  3. KingRoach

    Amicus Gold

    My understanding is that this is German, and so I'm posting this here: One of my favourite pens now even though quite a few things about it were things I wouldn't have chosen for myself. I am a complete sucker for something off-stream or weird or strange or one-off or just simply uncommon. The very REASON why I bought this pen was that it has a cork piston. I was like.. "Oh.. cork! Isn't that an old technology that is supposed to rot after some use? I'll have this." The cork and ink window were clean as new. I have since inked it up with black Parker Quink. The aesthetics of the pen
  4. Forrester

    Nib Identification

    Hi everyone! I have a nib unit that I found in a box of random bits and pieces. Other parts in the box were from Pelikan pens. I'm wondering if this nib unit is also Pelikan and if so, from what era or what pen would it be part of? Any information on identifying this nib might let me get it into a pen! I don't own any Pelikans yet so I am unfamiliar with them. Thank you everyone!
  5. Hello fountain pen enthusiasts, Today I am writing my very first review. I am new and not well informed on the subject, I will probably make some mistakes. So, please excuse any error I can write. I am open to critics as long as they are not mean. Recently I was looking for several fountain pens in various colors to match with my mood. I already own a blue and I was looking for a red one to pair with the dark blue suit I have to wear sometimes. I am no a fortunate person, sadly I cannot afford the Parker I really like. I do not think buying a £400 or so pen is a good idea when I have millio
  6. MuttonChew

    Rare Parker Vacumatic Identification

    Hello all, I purchased this Parker Vacumatic a while back at an estate sale but i don't know a lot about it. I was hoping you guys could help me out From what I've found, this pen seems to be a debutante sized model and it looks to have a speedline filler under the blind cap. The cap band on the pen is unlike any I could find on Richard Binders vacumatic page so I have a feeling it could be quite rare. The inscription on the barrel is quite worn and i can't quite make out the date code. Does anybody know more about his pen or what it would sell for in restored condition? Thanks in adv
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  8. Francesco Rubinato Glass Dipping Pen Green & Gold Exquisite Glass Pens handcrafted in Italy in your choice of color. An elegant desk accessory, but even more fun to use! The pens are approximately 7" in length and can be used with any fine writing ink. Easy to use and clean, just wipe off the ink with a soft cloth or towel when finished. This lovely Green Glass Fountain Pen comes with a matching Ink Well making it a great gift for any occasion! Due to the age of the pen, the ink has evaporated to less than half of the bottle. The pen is complemented with a gold overlay. View this Ite
  9. The pen was given to me by someone recently and i want to identify the model. The nib has "CROSS 18K 750" written on it. Thanks in advance.
  10. Micheal's Fatboy - 5 Yr. Anv. Silencer Gold Fountain Pen Only 188 Fountain Pens with 18K Gold Two-Tone Nibs (F, M) * Screw-In Converter Fill Or Cartrdige (International Standard Short or Long) * Drill Holes Light Up By Reflecting Light * Aircraft-grade Aluminum Barrel & Cap * Laser Engraved Numbering * Cushy Black Rubber Rings give a Firm Grip * Steel Spring Clip * Well Balanced for Effortless Writing * Cap Screws on Front & Back when posting * Diameter of Barrel Same as FatBoy Pens * Length is 6 1/2" with Cap Posted on the end * Made in U.S.A. https://www.airlineintl.com
  11. Micheal's Fatboy - 5 Yr. Anv. Silencer Gold Fountain Pen Only 188 Fountain Pens with 18K Gold Two-Tone Nibs (F, M) * Screw-In Converter Fill Or Cartrdige (International Standard Short or Long) * Drill Holes Light Up By Reflecting Light * Aircraft-grade Aluminum Barrel & Cap * Laser Engraved Numbering * Cushy Black Rubber Rings give a Firm Grip * Steel Spring Clip * Well Balanced for Effortless Writing * Cap Screws on Front & Back when posting * Diameter of Barrel Same as FatBoy Pens * Length is 6 1/2" with Cap Posted on the end * Made in U.S.A. https://www.airlineintl.com
  12. The National seems to be rather an obscure German brand, not often mentioned on fountain pen forums. As far as I can say their pens were of good quality but that's it; of no spectacular design and lacking far reaching innovation. Probably the most comprehensive historical account can be found on the already defunct Collectible Stars web page: http://www.collectiblestars.de/Angloamer.html I have a feeling that there is more to this brief history. Meanwhile, one of my few Nationals: http://i.imgur.com/bR4agvL.jpg National Favorit (74), F, ?1930s
  13. visvamitra

    Ebisu Gold Bung Box Ink

    Sailor is my favourite ink maker (ex-aeque with J. Herbin). Sadly their most interesting inks are available only in Japan or from internet retailers. There are few japanese shops famous for their wide and interesting range of Sailor inks. One of most well-known is Bung Box. A lot of people were taken by interesting bottles and intriguing colors. It seems however that recently many ink enthusiasts started to shy away from this line since Bung Box inks became much more bitterly expensive than other Sailor inks. The line consists of quite a few colors. My list is incomplete and most of
  14. SergeantIC

    Glitter In Pens

    After buying a bottle of Diamine Sparkling Shadows, I had a quick thought before using it.. Before using inks like this with gold glitter, you are supposed to shake the bottle to evenly displace the glitter, but how does this apply to the ink when it's IN the pen? At some point the ink will settle once again in the pen, so will I need to somehow mix up the glitter again, or not? If so, how should I do it?





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