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  1. I was thinking about what would the perfect pen look like. I decided (at least for today) that the pen would have a piston fill and would take a #6 friction fit nib. This would allow me to trade nibs around and would have the finese of a piston fill. Question: what pens come to mind that take a #6 nib and has a piston fill? Thanks Russ
  2. Right now, the cheapest #6 stub nib is nemosine's is which is around 10 bucks.. So I wonder, does anyone else know a cheaper one? I just want to try out a stub nib.. Thanks.
  3. Hello, I have a Conid Bulkfiller (regular size) with an EF titanium nib, but I am keen on playing around with it a bit now and trying something different in this pen. I know that it takes a #6 but am unsure which nibs from other manufacturers would readily fit in there. I'm interested in anything really, vintage or contemporary, but if I go a modern nib I'd like something a bit fancy if any nibs from the higher end manufacturers would fit. Thing is though I don't really know where to start looking.. there are plenty of loose nibs out there, but I've no idea which nibs from what pens would su
  4. Yesterday I received a new nib for my rose gold Monteverde Invincia, a black 1.1 Monteverde stub. Unfortunately neither of these nibs fit into my Monteverde. After doing some research I discovered that the current models of Monteverde pens are not the same as the models which were available when I purchased my Invincia several years ago. With a little more research I discovered that my current nib has the same dimensions as a #5 nib. This was upsetting for a number of reasons, not the least of which was that I could not use my newly purchased nib in this pen. I have contacted the seller





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