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  1. I have a 149 with a 14k medium nib. I would love to make it a fine or extra fine with added flex. I dont mind the $60 or so dollars that the heavy hitters charge, but cant justify twice that to get the pen back in less than six months. I would love to get the pen back in a month or so for $60-ish dollars. Anybody have any suggestions?
  2. Why Nothing Writes Like a Fountain Pen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwsx1FG_2Ns
  3. I was thinking that it would be a nice idea to share the best examples of repair and client service ever received from a nibmeister or a shop. A lot of people express appreciation for pen specialists while talking about something else (eg: "this pen is really cool, wonderful design, excellent work on the nib done by Richard Binder/John Mottishaw/whoever, really good value for money"). But's let's dedicate a whole thread entirely to celebrating the best among our "pen doctors"! Here's mine: I had an Aurora 85th anniversary that my parents bought to me exactly one year ago as a present for my
  4. This is my first post. Hello to everyone! I have the Pelikan M605 and M805. Both are EF nibs. But the EF nib on my M805 is a slight disappointment. It's smooth but not fine enough. It writes like a European Fine nib. Does anyone know a good/trusted nib meister, that operates in Singapore, that can help with my M805 nib? Thanks and regards.
  5. Nibmeister Tim Girdler will be at Bertams Inkwell, Saturday, March 28th, 2015. https://www.bertramsinkwell.com/home.php
  6. http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/PT_EB_TopIconBottom.png http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif http://img.constantcontact.com/letters/images/1101116784221/S.gif Join Us For Nib Tuning/Adjustment with Tim Girdler this Saturday. Hirsch Davis will also be here selling vintage fountain pens. 21st * February * 2015 11300 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852
  7. A few months back I purchased a vintage (c. 1950s) Aurora 88 Nikargenta from what appeared to be a well regarded seller off eBay but when the pen arrived it was hugely disappointing. The piston leaked, the tines were completely out of alignment and I suspected the iridium on the nib was probably shot. To her credit the seller adjusted her price downward by an agreed amount and I set out to have the pen restored. Mike Masuyama restored the piston and tweaked, tuned and smoothed the nib. I dreamed of this classic beauty smoothly scrolling across the page, flexing gracefully to create elegant
  8. I have been using the nib customization services of Pendleton Brown for a couple of years now. I thought it was past time for me to post some samples of his fine work. In my opinion Pendleton is a living treasure. Invariably when I send him a pen it comes back to me writing much better. Some times it is like a different pen altogether the improvement is so great. I have gotten the full gamut of customization work from him, soft stubs and super crisp italics on both hard and flexible nibs. While all his work is phenomenal my favorite are my flexible crisp Italics. I am posting some of my





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