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  1. Newly listed to our eBay store, the Conway Stewart Churchill is fashioned in a brilliant orange with gold accents. Equipped with an 18k gold monotone nib, Medium in size and uses cartridge/converter (converter included). Limited Edition #0252/500 The pen is brand new, unused and comes packaged in its original Churchill presentation box accompanied by a Churchill cigar, a bottle of orange Conway Stewart ink, and a book of famous Churchill quotes. Does not come with the outer box. Currently on eBay for $1,500 Special price for all FPN members $1,200 Call 855-565-1818 or email orders@air
  2. Now available is a Conway Stewart Churchill Brown Whirl. A Beautiful combination of green and brown resin with gold accompaniments. The pen has an Medium 18k mono-tone nib and uses a lever filling system. It comes with original Churchill presentation boxes accompanied by a Churchill cigar, a bottle of Conway Stewart ink, and a book of famous Churchill quotes. Call 855-565-1818 or visit our website http://www.airlineintl.com/files/10/products_main10478.jpg
  3. I have bought through eBay a Conway Stewart Churchill, to discover that it features an unseen before (by me) filling system in a CS. Could anyone tell me about it? Is it similar to a Vacumatic? (?)
  4. So I was just browsing through table after table when I got to Danny Aarons' table. And then this honking big red pen caught my eye. It seemed familiar, but I couldn't be sure, so I held it up and asked Danny if it was the pen I was thinking of, a long-sold out limited edition of the Churchill. And it was! There was someone else who was interested in it as well, so I held on to it tightly and asked Danny to hold on it for me while I browsed through the rest of the show. Enough words, onto the pictures of the Churchill in Red Ripple ebonite...
  5. I've just received a lovely Conway Stewart Churchill pen. The pen is gorgeous and the packaging is... well, really it's just... actually, you make up your own mind. It came in a brown cardboard box with lots of bubble wrap but I didn't think pictures of that would be too interesting. Here's the box that was inside the box: Opening this box up, you get to... another box: This box is a kind of fake leather with gold lettering and gold coloured hinges and clips, it's very nice: Lifting the lid of this box you see the luxurious contents: Taking out the little Conway Stewart booklet y
  6. http://writerlywitterings.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/dsc_0014.jpg?w=640 Kaweco, Cult, Cross, Visconti, three Conway Stewarts ... heavenly tools! I am madly keen on fountain pens. On my desk right now, I have three Conway Stewarts, three Crosses, one Kaweco and one Cult Pens pen. All of them are regularly used. When I am writing, when I am planning, when I am doodling or plotting, the only pens for me are fountain pens. I don't use a biro more than a couple of times a year - usually because I have to sign a credit card or something similar. For me, it's really essential to
  7. I saw the new Model 58 in Pen World magazine and was drooling over it for a few weeks. I'm new to the fountain pen obsession and had already bought quite a few great pens, so more or less decided that I wasn't going to buy another expensive pen just yet. But, of course, I made the mistake of visiting the Conway Stewart website, where my eye was drawn to the utterly splendid Churchill fountain pen. Before I could think twice about it I tried to order the pen from their website, couldn't make the transaction work, phoned the UK and spoke to a helpful person who was able to take my order over t
  8. Background Don't expect any objectivity. From all the hundreds of pen I have been browsing in and out FPN, this one, exactly in this color, was the one that got my heart. I was looking daily for pictures and reviews of the Churchill, and I even got myself a desktop picture of this pen, for my computer. It was just too beautiful, I had to have one. Even if I had to buy online, which I try not to do. Buying online scared me, particularly with this pen. Issues with the nib and the flow are not unheard in this pen (or others), that's why I like to buy in shops, and testing the pen I am going to
  9. I just received what it was for some weeks my distant love in pens. Churchill Cherry Red. It's much more than I even imagined. Happy, happy! http://s10.postimg.org/kutcr3zzt/PEN_OPENED.jpg Full review: https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php/topic/251128-conway-stewart-churchill-cherry-red/
  10. I've just received my latest acquisition and am delighted. Rapid delivery and typically courteous staff. Excellent.
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