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  1. With the help of a simple flexible tube that fits over the nib section, here's how to get that very last drop of your favorite ink. https://youtu.be/JE1ZxNk5hiQ
  2. perth

    Waterman Cf

    This is actually my third CF. The first was inherited from my grandmother, who passed away some time ago. My dad went to get the gold plated body polished, but ended up losing it, pen and converter and all. My second was a lemon from an eBay seller, which had many cracks as well as an underperforming nib. Based on my experience in getting a refund, I suspect that this was due to the shipping process because he proved very good at getting the refund back. Which brings me to this pen. I’ve wanted to replace the lost CF, since I adored the nib design on it. I found this also on eBay and got qui
  3. I was inking yesterday, and got some on my fingers, as is usual(I have a box of disposable gloves, but keep forgetting) Anyway.....one inky finger looked ( to me)like old shipwrecks, the masts sticking up .....there's a village not far from me, which has a bay, and when the tides out, there are several wrecks visible, the masts sticking up at all angles. Eery, sad, beautiful..... Makes feel like getting my painting mojo going. Inspiration comes in strange and unknown ways and places.... Alex
  4. fitz123

    Vintage Waterman Pen

    Found this grey striped Watermans lever fill fountain pen at a local flea mart for under $15. I am having a hard time figuring out the model of the pen. The pen says Watermans made in USA and has some Chinese/ Japanese characters below it. The clip also has the same characters and the clip shape is a similar shape to a Parker arrow one. The nib says 502 and other Chinese/ Japanese characters on it. (See Pictures) Any help on this pen or any information would be awesome. Thanks
  5. I am looking to get a Meisterstück 30 safetyfiller, but how do you fill them and how do you clean them when changing ink color?
  6. TXKat

    Wasps The Deal?

    Okay, I am not crazy!!! (That is also a subjective statement, thus y'all better behave,lol!) I have a plain, black, steal nibbed Wasp pen, but there is no lever, no plunger, no anything! The back pointy section unscrews. The stamping on the pen says Wasp Pen Co., Inc. Ft. Madison, Iowa, U.S.A. So, is this an eye dropper? Is this something from a desk pen set and I need to find a base? I cannot find anything on this very basic pen, so I'm turning to the experts. Well, and you guys, too! I guess my question is...how do I fill the dang thing!? There is a very tiny hole by the impression o
  7. I have a friend asking me to repair her grandmothers Waterman 452, a hard rubber pen with a lovely sterling silver filigree overlay. I can do the sac and cleaning of the pen but my concern is how do I properly remove the section from the pen to replace the sac considering it is hard rubber. Any advice is be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.





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