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  1. Two beauties actually A matte black Ebonite Majestic, no clip, no ring, with a Bock #8 nib, and a Model 3, Black/Red, Premium Ebonite, semi-gloss, wider Bock threaded section, and Pilot FA nib. I very much appreciate Ranga accommodating me, and making these excellent pens to suit my needs and wishes. Thank you Mr Kandan! Apologies for the small file size. Clicking on the image will reveal two photos. The second with uncapped pens. First try using a Gallery. 2104KD_Ranga-101 By Karmachanic 0
  2. Gutbucketeer

    Nib Sheath On Vintage Pen

    I've never seen a sheath around a nib before. Is this common practice when putting a replacement Nib on a vintage pen? What is used for the sheath? It could be part of a sac, or some heat shrink material. What are the pros and cons? Does the sheath impact the ink flow? When you do this can the sheath be trimmed back a little to show more of the nib? I got a majestic pen out of a junk box at the DC pen show. It is really cool black stripes over purple marble. However, it seems to have a replacement nib with a rubber sheath around it. Without the sheath the feed doesn't fit the pe
  3. This review is for my latest pen from Shawn Newton of Newton Pens. I have two other pens that he has created for me over the last few years. The first was the subject of a previous review. https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/309902-my-experience-with-newton-pens/. I told Shawn that I would write a review for this one, so here it goes. I will add pictures below, but for a good one from Shawn’s Instagram account, see here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B1okkgPheEt/. I should start by saying that this pen was a creation that was several years in the making. It was not my grail p
  4. So, I thought I'd try my hand at a little restoration and decided to go with the cheaper Majestic in case I completely ruined the pen. I managed to disassemble it with a little soaking (there was lots of old ink residue inside of everything). I used my micro-mesh pads to polish it up, and smooth out a little tooth on the nib (still needs a little work) but, I have no idea how this pen fills. The listing said its a cartridge pen but it seems like its too early to be a cartridge pen, plus I cant image how you would get the feed into a cartridge. Then I thought maybe its missing a piece, perh
  5. Hey everyone! I apologize in advance for the lack of photos; pens are all apart right now for cleaning/repair...will add pics later... Since I had to drive home from school (Walla Walla to Bellevue) to pick up a bicycle (long story) I thought I'd seize the opportunity and visit all the antique shops on the way and see what I could find. I am quite pleased with what I've found! In order of coolness, they are: -A Parker Duofold in black and white pearl celluloid with a flex (!!!) nib, has both clip and ring (???) -A small Majestic in blue and bronze celluloid with a flexible 14k warranted ni
  6. Okay, so it's partly my own fault, but... ...two years ago at the Dallas Pen Show, I purchased this beautiful little Majestic vest pen? I call it a vest pen as it's small. I did not take reading glasses along with me at that time and my eye sight wasn't perfect. So, I took the pen on good fait that all was well. (Perhaps the seller's eye sight was as bad as mine!) Long story short, I went to clean/use the pen for the first time tonight (don't start with me as this is the third tiny pen I had acquired) and I decided to look and see if the nib had any flex. I started to gently press the nib
  7. I have two Regus Majestic piston fillers. One has an excess of lubricant in the piston area, which creates an ugly mess when the ink gets low and it can be seen. Can someone tell me how to clean it out, please.
  8. New delivery if around twenty colours from Cult Pens today. Thought I'd share first three that I've tested tonight!
  9. Hello all, I am quite new to the FPN and I really have found this site to be very useful and everyone so friendly and helpful. I am also a new collector also as my area of knowledge is with External Horned Phonographs from 1877 to 1929 but fountain pens are new to me and I am finding great joy in collecting and using them. Currently I was writing with my Majestic Fountain Pen and broke the 14K Majestic nib. Anyone know of where a good place to start looking for a replacement? I love this pen and so upset with myself for breaking the nib. I have search everywhere I can think of and checke





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