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  1. Tibaldi Impero Celluloid and Its Imitaors Tibaldi Impero celluloid is regarded by many pen collectors as the most beautiful material ever used for fountain pens. OMAS Arco Bronze may be the only other material in its class. Although the original Tibaldi company has been out of business for some years, rods of the Impero material have been somewhat available until relatively recently. The unavailability of genuine Impero rods may be why some resins that more or less explicitly emulate Impero celluloid’s appearance have appeared in several pen makers lines. I have a coupl
  2. bbs

    New Tibaldi Bononia

    Hi, has anyone else seen the new version of the Bononia that Tibaldi is introducing? The red/orange one looks pretty good, and the feed is ebonite. http://www.giardino.it/pens/tibaldi/bononia.php?utm_source=4Dem&utm_medium=Email-Marketing-4Dem&utm_content=Subscriber%2315968&utm_campaign=Prevendita%20EN%20Visconti%20e%20Tibaldi
  3. Or lifestyle brand for the new millenials? https://www.tibaldi.com/it/homehttps://www.instagram.com/tibaldi.official/ Plastic is the new Celluloid Sadly, not a gray hair in sight Tibaldi N60 Blu Samarkand fountain pen courtesy of Novelli The steel on ebonite c/c filler does have me weak in the knees with aching pang of a Modello Transparente facade Kinda doing a Leonardo Momento Zero play with classic line and affordable price. https://youtu.be/fU1taIo_P4g
  4. I've been fortunate enough to get my hands on some rods of the splendid Tibaldi Impero Celluloid. It took 5 months and filing a PayPal claim before I was actually able to receive the material I'd paid for. When it finally arrived, I couldn't resist taking time the very next day to make a pen for myself. I chose a Medium Idyll, clipless, with a black Japanese ebonite section so I wouldn't risk staining this lovely celluloid. I filled it up with Sailor Yama-Dori, and it has quickly become my personal favorite pen. (Edited to correct spelling.)
  5. Family Portrait It is no secret that I have been a fan and supporter of Conid’s Bulkfiller since the very beginning. When news began to filter through FPN that a new filling mechanism that would provide over double the capacity of its competitors was being designed by one of our own, I felt it was my obligation as an avid user to support the fledgling endeavour. Nearly two and a half years ago, I received my FPR (First Production Run) demonstrator Bulkfiller; a year later I added a second: a black delrin streamline. Then came word that a new model was being developed - an ebonite oversize
  6. I purchased this pen from Regina Martini because of the beautiful celluloid material, her assertion that it was a Stipula product and the availability of a Stipula 1.1 mm italic nib for it. I began looking for documentation of this pen's provenance after I had committed to the purchase. I was able to find quite a bit, but some facts remain unsettled. As best I can determine, Mercury was a luxury goods manufacturer and retailer established in Belgium in 1948. In 2002, the company was sold by the descendants of the founder. It was still in business in 2007, when my pen was produced, but appears
  7. visvamitra

    Magenta - Tibaldi

    Tibaldi is company I know littlle about, however they seem to claim to be the first and most important Italian factory of fountain pens. Tibaldi & Company was founded in October 1916 by Giuseppe Tibaldi who offered reasonably priced pens. After his death in 1935 the company new owner Remo Pagliuca focused ion narrowing the line of pens and to offer pens that used components from other companies (to lower production cost). It didn't pay out - in 1960s Tibaldy practically disappeared from the market. Aquila Brands owns Tibaldi, and has a mission to provide a portfolio of brands whose co
  8. visvamitra

    Black - Tibaldi

    Tibaldi is company I know littlle about, however they seem to claim to be the first and most important Italian factory of fountain pens. Tibaldi & Company was founded in October 1916 by Giuseppe Tibaldi who offered reasonably priced pens. After his death in 1935 the company new owner Remo Pagliuca focused ion narrowing the line of pens and to offer pens that used components from other companies (to lower production cost). It didn't pay out - in 1960s Tibaldy practically disappeared from the market. Aquila Brands owns Tibaldi, and has a mission to provide a portfolio of brands whose common
  9. Hi all guys, i may have the opportunity to purchase a Tibaldi Iride with a Medium or a Fine18k nib, since i have a small handwriting i only use xf or fine nibs, i was wondering is something can provide a writing sample of 18k tibaldi nib of any size compared to a well known pen or tell me his experience with tibaldi 18k nibs. If I am not mistaken i read here of fpn that i can simply pull out the nib and the feed of the iride and swapping the out with something else but i am not a fan of frankenpens and i'd prefer to use the original nibs. To sum up are these nibs true to their size or are the
  10. http://i.imgur.com/Rztd5EX.jpg My Scriptorium custom arrived yesterday! I was at school when it arrived and then had work immediately after, so it was past midnight when I could finally ink it up. It's beautiful! The camphor smell is just beguiling. The pen has a sterling silver roll-stop, which Renee commissioned from her silversmith. I ordered the pen with two nibs, a fine and a medium - both are rhodium-plated 18kt gold. You can see the Scriptorium "S" shield logo engraved on the nib. Being celluloid, it could possibly stain. I ordered a spare black ebonite section, to prepare for that p
  11. Susan3141

    Tibaldi Modello 60 Issues

    I own a Tibaldi Modello 60. Today, I noticed that the pen was writing dry, and I thought that maybe it was low on ink. I emptied the pen (it still had plenty of ink, so maybe the nib just dried out a bit). But, when I turned the piston to remove the ink and to rinse the pen, the nib unit turned along with the piston each time I reached either the fill point or the empty point. This worried me. I emptied and filled the pen with water several times, and each time the nib unit turned. The last few times I emptied and refilled, the nib unit remained stable. Does anyone know what might be goin
  12. Tasmith

    Tibaldi Desk Pen Question

    Picked up this Tibaldi desk pen yesterday at a yard sale. The imprint on the barrel says: "Tibaldi 26-L D.65-001". Tried to research it on the Internet, but could not find any information about this pen. Does anyone know about this pen? I paid $4.00 for it. Images: Back lit the translucent body to show the dried out sac:
  13. My recently-repaired, and much travelled Iride has lost some of the gold plating from the clip during its journeys. I don't think the clip is 're-plateable' but I read that a couple of owners have had terminal failures of the celluloid barrels, and I wondered if anyone has a complete Iride cap or a fully-plated clip going spare? Please let me know if you have. They are not common pens so i guess such spares will be hard to find ... I just thought it was worth an enquiry. Thanks
  14. Jadie

    Ruelala February Pen Sale

    It's here again. Ruelala has another load of fountain pens (and ballpoints/rollerballs) on sale at their website. Mostly Montegrappa, Tibaldi, and Chopard pens, at discounted prices. http://www.ruelala.com/event/92286?aid=1023&edid=TSH4RF-XF0H2-IR00Z1-YK9J9S-NRBZOV-v1&program=0&cm_mmc_o=HETzTwFwEf*vv+-4+PBAfb6Aw+R5wE*dwFzkw+JEgkzllbubwp*E%2Fz





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