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Hi all, after my first post in the introductions, I would like to say this about myself: I thought I'll never like hooded pens. This pen came in a joblot and never worked. for some reason, it's grown on me and I want it to work. Recently, I was pressing the nib and twisting it left and right (without any noticable movement in the nib or tines) but it suddenly worked, and wrote with a green-ish ink that I know very well I never put in there. The pen has been in my drawers for several years, and God knows how long before that. It wrote a lot, and with a fine point that I now like very much (
Hello group, My first fountain pen ever was a Diplomant, and I've been trying to find it on google in order to figure out what it is called, so I can maybe buy another one (it broke a long time ago). However the closes picture I could find was this ebay listing: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182391784370?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT The pen I had was all black plastic: barrel was just black plastic without the butt and golden ring. The section looked the same rippled black, also plastic. The nib was golden colour, and the cap was stainless steel. Can an
Is this pen recognised by anyone? Other than the TT emblem, I cannot find anything online. Looking up TT on google brings up the new kickstarter project that has these initials, and this is not made by them. This pen has a rather broad nib. The metal of the tip of the nib is made of the same nib, not like iridium points which is welded. The shape of this point from the side is like a big arc. I thought this pen has a lot of flow, very wet, and perhaps qualifies as broad. The converter is proprietary, it screwes onto the back and seems to hold a large amount of ink, if only you could fill t