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  1. Is there anyone who may be able to give at least some possible model numbers/names and the pattern for this Edward Todd? These are the only pictures I have at this point. The seller believes it may have a size 4 nib but is not able to confirm until later.
  2. Hello - it appears Edward Todd topics are acceptable here as well. I've done some searching but so far haven't been able to find out much beyond generic company information on the pen below. Can anyone help out with more approximate dating, model info, etc? Also, I can't easily determine the nib material so I'm not sure how far to take it trying to clean it up.
  3. An auction I won at the last minute: it says it's sterling but it looks like lead. The nib looks promising, though.
  4. Hi All, In need of some advice. I have a busted feed and section for a #2 Waterman nib. It came from my 14k solid gold Edward Todd ringtop (lever fill). The crazy thing is it is a screw-in section. I am not sure if this is original? Anyway, I would like to replace the feed and section and get the little guy up and running again, but I cannot find a screw-in section and feed. My thought was to find a similar (same) pen and swap out the feed/section, but I do not know what to look for on the cheap and not in the mood to spend hundreds on the same pen to fix this one . Any suggestions on how I can get this little feller going again? Can add pictures if you think it would help. Thanks in advance!
  5. Champagne-N-Beer

    Vintage Pen Parts - How To Find?

    Hi Everyone - on the advice of a fellow FPN'er, I have moved my question to the "repairs" section - can anyone help? Hi All, Hope everyone is doing well! New to FPN and pen collecting - what a great hobby! I need some help and was hoping y'all could assist. I have started getting into repairing my vintage pens (been picking up cheapies here and there) and am having trouble finding parts. Currently I am looking for replacement parts such as: -- Conklin Crescent Mark 50 cap -- Waterman #2 feed/section from a 14k solid gold Edward Todd ringtop -- Parker Lady Duofold "big red" ringtop cap -- Waterman 52 BCHR barrel and cap -- Waterman Thorobred red and green veined cap -- Parker Vacumatic major cap, jeweled, golden I have searched and searched the internet and the "bay" but it seems likes these parts are kept by folks who are collectors/sellers. Anyone have any idea of how I can find the missing parts to my pens? Any feedback is greatly appreciated - it has been a frustrating month or so of constantly searching without any luck . Best, Champagne-N-Beer
  6. I collected pens in a short burst about 15 years ago, gathered a nice little group of regular writers and some interesting ones, then the late 90's frenzy made collecting too expensive and I moved on. Recently I opened up my box of non-daily pens and had fun seeing what I had found way back then. One pen puzzles me as I've tried to look up information about it. It's clearly imprinted with Edward Todd on the nib as well as on the barrel. It's a combo pen/pencil and the imprint says "Todd's Duplex" [the quotation marks are in the original imprint]Edward Todd & Co. Makers N.Y. It's black and perl and is a flat-top-style ring-top with the ring missing. it's got double narrow gold bands around the end of the cap and a nice Edward Todd N.Y. 2 nib Capped, it's 5.25" long, lever filler and in generally good condition except some discoloration of the barrel where the sac was, and the missing ring at the top. I've tried to attached a pretty lousy picture, but I keep getting an error (upload skipped (Error500)). So, here is a link to where you can see it. https://plus.google.com/photos/108032537372976719434/albums/6009491603561496849?authkey=CMGziYbAmO2QnAE As I look up Edward Todd I read about only metal or overlay pens, nothing like this classic 30's-style flat-top celluloid. Anyone have any further information or examples of an Edward Todd plastic pen? I suspect they're not common, and I suspect the Todd's Duplex is even less common since I contacted a couple of well-known online vintage pen experts and none had heard of one before. Any info would be of great interest. Thanks!

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