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I believe great work and good value should be recognized. Recently, I purchased a Bexley Fountain Pen from Jack Lynch listed on the FPN classifieds. The pen arrived as described and very quickly. Included in the package was a business card listing repair services. Although I do many of my own [simple] repairs, I had some Parker vacumatics that I wanted to have professionally restored. I sent eight of those pens to Jack after a brief discussion about his pricing. He did a great job at a very reasonable price and I would highly recommend his services to anyone. I will be sending more bu
Hello all, My name is Greg Scott and live just north of Dallas in Denton, Tx. I have been collecting/learning to repair/selling vintage fountain pens for around 10 years with a couple of years off for other stuff. I have gotten back into the hobby and looking forward to the vast information I hope to find on this site. My most recent restore was a 1947 Parker 51, Blue Diamond Vacumatic with a Lusterloy stacked coin cap, which I was able to get working again after a few parts purchases on eBay and a diaphram. I love this pen. I started with Estie's and have quite a few that I use and a fe