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~ On 20 February, 2014 a pair of fully restored Aerometric Parker 51 fountain pens with gold-filled caps were ordered from Mike McConnell of Mostly Parker 51. As I live and work in Beijing, China, I expected that there might be a considerable delay until they arrived. This evening I finally received the box which Mike had shipped. Both Parker 51s were in superb condition, having been carefully wrapped and packed so as to afford maximum protection during international shipping. The burgundy Parker 51 has the original medium/broad nib, while Mike fitted the forest green pen with an extra fine nib, at my request. Both pens were exactly as advertised, with exemplary craftsmanship restoring them to a very fine condition. With the attached photos, I'll attach a writing sample. The burgundy medium/broad pen wrote smoothly immediately after inking. As the forest green extra fine pen had a slightly irregular ink flow, I followed Mike's advice which resulted in a smooth ink flow for that pen, as well. I'm a university instructor who uses pens to correct student research papers and to write notes about the life sciences. My other fountain pens are four Lamy Safari pens – 1 M, 2 F and 1 EF nib – and four Montblanc 149 Meisterstück fountain pens – 1 M and 3 EF nibs. The Meisterstück 149s have been satisfactory in all respects, setting a high standard. In another post, I've described my pleasure in using a Montblanc 90th anniversary Meisterstück 149 EF fountain pen. https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php/topic/264092-montblanc-90th-anniversary-meisterstuck-ef-nib-in-beijing/ Having typed that, it's apparent late this evening that these professionally restored Parker 51s both are the sort of smooth writers which I especially cherish in my work. It will be great fun to use them as ‘workhorse pens’ both in and out of the classroom, as the Montblanc and Lamy pens are used. With gratitude, I'm delighted to heartily recommend Mostly Parker 51 as a trustworthy business of the highest standards, as Mike McConnell deeply appreciates the elegant design of Parker 51 fountain pens. I'll attach several images, the originals of which may be viewed at full size in my Zenfolio Gallery. http://tomkellie.zenfolio.com/p778180542
I have a rOtring I've had since university or even before. It's from before 1989, but I have no clue what model it is. (my dating it might be flawed since I'm not getting any younger ;-) ) http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3672/9021856538_452153991d.jpg rOtring by Diskfac, on Flickr http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5466/9021856338_30ecd4f04b.jpg rOtring by Diskfac, on Flickr the body is made of messing and blackened (but some has worn off) the thread of the pen part that screws into the body is in inox or nickel the nib has rOtring on the side and M on the other side have always been very fond of it Does anyone an idea as to what model? thanks Lode