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    Please identify Sheaffer Pen... Pictures attached

    Got gifted this wonderful Sheaffer pen last week, yet I am left scratching my head what model is this ... The Nib seems to be a Prelude M (Medium) yet the Barrel and Cap do not seems to be a Prelude or Legacy series model. Look forward to solving the puzzle together. Thank You
  2. OK, boys and girls, guess if you can: My in-law who is far and away from where I now live found this fountain pen in an old box. He is not very good with technology, but still managed to take some pictures of the pen. Only when he comes visit in December I will be able to look at the thing in person (the pen, not my in-law). Do any of you vintage lovers see any mark that could get me closer to finding out the identity of this pen? I will post more images of it in about 30 days when he visits.
  3. antichresis

    What Is This Pilot(?) Pen?

    Is it even a Pilot? *photos lifted from the "Singapore Fountain Pen Lovers" FB group.
  4. I bought this in Aleppo Syria in 2008. I need your help identifying it. General Views: http://i64.tinypic.com/20pseqb.jpg http://i63.tinypic.com/jjqkis.jpg Nib Views: http://i65.tinypic.com/20ixdvs.jpg http://i64.tinypic.com/2ms0gvs.jpg http://i63.tinypic.com/2qlxus9.jpg Thanks.
  5. I've asked the seller to send me more photos (and I will post more photos if I get the eventually) but this is the only one we have right now. The seller is not a pen person and so cannot identify. I spot what looks like a Parker IM, a Platinum or Pilot Desk Pen, and Platinum long-short pocket pens, but the rest are unfamiliar. The Long-short pens are the ones that caught my eye and my primary consideration for pursuing this sale, so any comments on quality, maintenance/restoration, specific model number, and other details will be most appreciated. Thanks!
  6. Devonlich

    Pen Identification And Repair

    My father found this pen in an antique store in our hometown. He bought the pen more for historical interest because it belonged to a notable early member of our community. He passed it onto me for repairs. It is an old celluloid, lever fill, pen with gold bands on the cap. No company or imprints on initial examination. Haven't taken it apart yet, but will likely do so soon as I can feel the ink bladder rattling around within it. Anyone know what kind of pen it is? More importantly, any surprises I might run across during a simple sack change?
  7. If anyone knows what the model of this pen is, its approximate value, when it was made, etc., I would greatly appreciate it. It is an English made Waterman's. It seems to me based upon the clip design and lever box that it was made sometime between 1937 and 1940 something but that is all I have. I love my Waterman Pens and this one is no exception. It has a very nice flexible nib. I've had it customized into a sharp fine Italic from the medium that it was originally. Before the customization the nib was not as nice as the earlier Waterman's that I am super fond of but now that it has been customized it is spectacular. In addition to the Black and Pearl English made Waterman's I am asking for help identifying I have attached my box of favorite Waterman's pens. 1. #3 2. #3 3. #32 4. UNKNOWN ENGLISH MADE Waterman's 5. #94 6. Silver Ray 7. Emerald Ray 8. #7 Red 9. #5 Red 10. #94 Persian Thanks in advance to you Waterman's experts for your kind help. Aloha, Todd

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