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Did Sheaffer make a pen that has all three of the following characteristics? 1. Body shape similar to a 330, 440, or Imperial II, either plastic or metal cap 2. Conical nib 3.Cartridge/converter fill This would be my ideal Sheaffer but I am not aware of such a model. Thanks for your assistance.
What do I have here? And how do I fix them? The one in the middle is what I bought for its conical nib. It's a lever-filler and appears to be a wonderfully smooth Medium or perhaps even Broad, but the gold part of the cone has had all the lettering worn off. The seller threw in this pen on the left, which he thought was a Sheaffer, but I can now see is a Frankenpen. The body is Sheaffer's, but the section is loose and seems to be a clear amber color. There's an ossified sac in there, and the nib reads Southern Pen Company, and below that is an 'A' inside a diamond, bracketed by the l