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Hi Today saw a well packaged pen arrive via the "Bay". I took a chance on an unknown brand (to me) that looked interesting and a low starting price. It was untested as I think that the seller might not be familiar with a piston filler. This turned out to be a Geha 722. It shows no evidence of ink in the windows and a flush of water brought only enough ink to indicate a possible dip test. Sticker shows Fine for the nib. Can anyone date this pen please? I think I want to try this with a bright red ink. Any suggestions for a good red? (other than a Shiraz) I have tried to do the nib justice with a small compact camera. Why does it take 87 photos to get some decent shots? Enjoy the nib art. Oh! The price £3.99 and free p&p!!!! I feel almost guilty paying so little. K
Hi folks! I am new to fountain pens and fine writing tools. I fell in love my simple Waterman Hemisphere' and I use my Waterman Expert Rollerball every day! I came into posession of a Parker Limited Edition Norman Rockwell pen and find that its too nice for me to use. I'm not really a collector so I'm looking to find out how to place it in a new home where it can really be appreciated. My gosh its gorgeous!
I found a Rotring Renassiance while browsing a local antique shop, it seems to be brand new piston fill, never inked with the fine F sticker still attached.. My question is, should I ink it up? I'm really tempted but don't want to ruin the value either...http://imgur.com/fpngallery/To0Nc What do you guys think?