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Just seen the latest email from Novelli's mailing list: the shop has been robbed! This is terrible news, as Novelli is one of the most reputable shops in Italy, and always a pleasure to deal with. The theft includes a large number of limited editions; the folks at Novelli have kept track of the limited editions' numbers, and they've listed them on their website: https://www.novelli.it/en/pens/robbedpens.aspx If you stumble across an auction or website that sells pens with these serial numbers, alert Novelli immediately. I just hope that with a bit of help they will manage to retrieve a
An Open Letter to the Fountain Pen Community: Dear Fountain Pen Afficianados: It is a very sad day for me. I am a professor at UC Berkeley who loves fountain pens. I was upset to find my office broken into and my fountain pen collection, consisting of more than 50 pens, stolen. The thieves seemed to know what they were doing as they located some pens in rather non-obvious places. Some highlights of the collection at a Namiki Owl limited edition, a wide array of Pelikans from the 50s and 60s, and a Lamy Persona, a long discontinued model of wonderful design. Also in the collection were a
Mister John posted a topic in Fountain & Dip Pens - First StopDear Fountain Pen Aficionados, Some of you might recall that my precious fountain pen collection, consisting of about 50 pens, was stolen from my office at UC Berkeley in early June. After continually searching, and others who helped, I have now located an eBay seller who is slowly selling off my collection. His eBay handle is Dort1463. He lists on global eBay markets including US, Canada, UK, Germany, and Spain. His international listings all have the peculiar caveat that he only mails to the US. Most of his auctions are private. His eBay store lists his name as "Daniel O." I do not make