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  1. Introduction: The Conway Stewart brand has always been one of Interest, Desire and Pride in the Fountain Pen community more so since the unfortunate events that befell it. But it seems that a conscious and considerable effort is being made to revive the brand. I was fortunate enough to attend my first pen show at Los Angeles in February of this year. After the initial “pen”sory overload, the hunt for a memorable “First Pen Show” Pen began. A word of caution, such hunts can begin and end at a single table if you’re not careful with your cash! And for me this could have been Sarj Minhas’s ta
  2. Hi, I'm moving this query from another forum in the hope of finding answers more quickly. I have, what I'm told is, a Conway Stewart 524 Dinkie in 'Rainbow' colours from the 1920's made in casein. However, I can't find any mention of this in any on-line resource - and there are some good ones out there! I post a picture of the pen/pencil set in the hope of getting a proper identification. The engraved markings are a bit too worn to see clearly. Is this genuine or have I been mislead? Many thanks in advance.
  3. Hi, Has anyone heard of a Conway Stewart 524 Dinkie 'Rainbow'? Does this exist? Many thanks.
  4. Newly listed to our eBay store, the Conway Stewart Churchill is fashioned in a brilliant orange with gold accents. Equipped with an 18k gold monotone nib, Medium in size and uses cartridge/converter (converter included). Limited Edition #0252/500 The pen is brand new, unused and comes packaged in its original Churchill presentation box accompanied by a Churchill cigar, a bottle of orange Conway Stewart ink, and a book of famous Churchill quotes. Does not come with the outer box. Currently on eBay for $1,500 Special price for all FPN members $1,200 Call 855-565-1818 or email orders@air
  5. Good evening fellow FPN'ers. Having dipped my toes in a couple of posts so I am going to have a go at a review of a little pen I have just acquired, the new Conway Stewart Belliver in Bracket brown. Having looked at a lot of other reviews, they all seem to follow a similar formula so will "sort of" follow the same but with my own flavour. As with my writing, I will go off at tangents, nothing new from me then... :-) The post has a fair number of pictures to support my ramblings. I hope someone finds it of some value. Purchase Experience: 10/10 Purchased online from "Andy's Pens" bas





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