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I imagine this has been addressed but my search was unsuccessful. I recently received a new Le Grand Roller ball as a gift. It's a wonderful pen but I cannot successfuly keep the cap on while writing. Perhaps my writing grip is the problem but the cap repeatedly pops off and I am reluctant to apply too much pressure in an attempt to keep it on. Not much help when contacting customer service. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I went to the flea mkt. this weekend and pick up an amazing Sheaffer Balance (lever fill). Gray greens with red vein. Not sure what the proper name of this is. I haven't seen this color before but I love it! Any idea what the proper name is and approximate date? I am guessing 1930s? Is this color common? The photo in the link doesn't do justice to the brilliant colors. It looks great with a very small bit of brassing in one spot on the cap ring. The nib looks great as well. It needs cleaning and a new sac. The cap does not screw down nice and tight as it should. At this time I am a bit confused why since I have checked with my loop and see no cracks at all in the cap. Any ideas what could cause this and a can it be fixed? Due to the cap issue ...the vendor at the flea market sold it to me for $10.00 USD. He said if it fit properly he would have to have had $20.00. Needless to say, I drew my wallet like a wild west gun slinger. He has a few more pens he will bring next month when comes back to town. His son was collecting and he had picked up a few at estate and yard sales for him but his son has decided to do other things now so he said he would bring them for me to see. http://www.fountainp...9904287__sb.jpg Overall, a great weekend. I look forward to learn more about this pen. Thank you.