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  1. iruciperi

    Size Of The Ipg Nibs

    Hi friends. I bought a custom pen from a local store with magnificent wooden-made body. The problem is that, it has a cheap IPG (Iridium Point Germany) nib and not working well. I can grind it by myself, but I don't think it's deserve it because it is so cheap. So I decided to replace the nib. It seems like JOWO or BOCK #5-size, but I'm not sure because I have no #5-size-nib pen. Do you guys have any experience for replacing the IPG nib to nibs made by BOCK or JOWO? If not all the IPG nibs have the same size, I can measure my IPG nib and tell you. Best regards.
  2. Hi, Please can someone identify my fountain pen? It only has the word 'Italy' on the top of the clip. It has an IPG nib without the ornate decoration on it. It is nicely weighted when the top is attached to it. Thank you.
  3. A couple of months ago I inherited a pen from my late grandmother. Seeing as I didn't, and still don't know much about fountain pens, I was completely unable to ID it. I accepted that for a while, but when I discovered The Fountain Pen Network I rediscovered my hopes for finding out what this pen is. Unfortunately I don't have too much information on it. The only things I can think of that might help you are: The stamp on the nib that says "Iridium Point Germany", though I've been told that means next to nothing.The fact that it works perfectly with Pelikan 4001 "giant" ink cartridges. I've looked through the Pelikan "Product Finder" to no avail. I don't know if this discounts it being a Pelikan pen entirely, or may just a modern Pelikan pen? Sorry for being so absolutely clueless, and thank you for your help! - Cerek Here are some images of the pen:

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