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  1. FILCAO Atlantica, a Chilton-type pneumatic filler I'll save you some time. The FILCAO Atlantica writes smoothly, feels balanced in the hand, and is carefully constructed from an elegant material. These are fine qualities, but they aren't the reason you should write with one, if you get the opportunity, because they aren't made any more. You should write with one because it's interesting, and it's interesting for three reasons. First, this particular Atlantica uses a filling system you've probably never heard of, and it's slick, quirky, and makes a lot of sense. It's called a Chilton pneu
  2. On web there are not much infos about this italian producer, in activity until 90s. Now I've found several NOS models for a little price but I don't know which of them really worth the price. Could anyone help me to decide ? https://www.ebay.it/sch/Stilografiche/7281/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=filcao&LH_PrefLoc=1 Thanks.
  3. ninad

    Filcao Columbia

    Hi all, I'm new to this section of FPN, and new to Italian pens in general. I stumbled across the Filcao Columbia fountain pen somewhere on the internet, and am quite interested in it. It's designed by Richard Binder and Filcao, and hand crafted etc. with sterling silver appointments. I had two questions: How do people like this pen? It looks pretty good, and the button filler warms my heart. However I am concerned that the only major posts about the pen on this board are about sac repair Also, I have been unable to find photos of people holding this pen, or commenting on how it writes.
  4. Americans love underdogs. We revel in stories about how the British had their hind-ends handed to them in the American Revolutionary War, 240 years ago, and it was us – poorly clothed mongrels – who did the handing. This idea of underestimated integrity comes to me when I consider two unlikely subjects: the Italian city of Torino, and a fountain pen that originated there, called the FILCAO Roxi. When non-Italians think of Italy, four cities come first: Rome, Venice, Florence, and Milan. For a century or so, Torino came in fifth or sixth, somewhere in a tier with Naples and Bologna. Then, two
  5. Hello, I took apart this old Filcao that was in my box and gave it a really good rinse this morning. Although I did pay attention to the disassembly, I have a few questions about reassembly that I cannot find answers to here or elsewhere on the web. 1. In the picture, where the red arrow is pointing, where and how does that get seated? Or is it just insert button/spring, screw on the section and hope for the best? 2. What would in fact be the order of re-assembly and does the spring have to face in a certain direction? 3. When I pulled the section apart from the barrel, the sac se
  6. mbankirer

    Adding To My Italians...

    I pulled out my Pentrace 2004 Limited Edition that had been sitting for quite sometime, filled with PR Avocado (the newer formula) and it started right up! (Is Filcao still in business?) I have just added a Stipula Passoporto (the one I mentioned under the repair thread) and I did just order the Stipula Israel 65 as a gift to my husband.... All this got me thinking about my Italians....I have more than I realized! Delta (2), Filcao (3), Aurora(2), and Stipula (2)....
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