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  1. When I began my fountain pen journey 4-5 years ago, I naturally gravitated to the most fine nibs I could find. I loved very fine writing and naturally wrote very small characters. I tried some broader nibs here and there, but they never suited my style and ended up being a huge fan of Japanese made fountain pens due to their extremely fine yet smooth extra fine nibs. Lately I have gotten into The Pilot Prera, so much so that I decided to collect this wonderful pen. Part of my quest was to pick up several nibs and feeds from compatible Pilot pens just for the sake of completeness. Today I rec
  2. I purchased this Waterman's 52 Wood Grain with an unusual #2 "J" nib on Ebay a month or so ago. I may have paid more than I should have but having never run across such a nib, I could not resist. I've only seen one other reference to such a nib on the penboard.de and it indicated that it is a calligraphy nib. Can anyone confirm this or offer additional insight/knowledge about this nib? Regardless of price, it has been a lot fun to write with. Even under the control of my untrained hand, the nib produces excellent ink shading and puts out a really wet line. It is slightly flexible, however p
  3. http://thefrugalfountainpen.blogspot.com/2014/04/hero-382-fountain-pen.html
  4. First of all, I'm writing about this nib because it literally caused my jaw to drop when I came across it while sorting thru our latest batch of new old stock 1960s Eversharp Symphonys. Secondly, try to ignore the surroundings in the photo below. New old stock pens are not always pretty, and some are too far gone to be one of our "seconds" offerings. Sometimes you can only salvage the nib, but in this case ooh-la-la, it was quite a nib. http://www.peytonstreet.com/PSP/blog/sticker_flex_half_stub_500.jpg The name -- Flexible 1/2 Stub -- says it all, but before you get excited and say "wh





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