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MB 146 nib size L


dboulonnais
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Hi

I'm selling some pens to buy another

Then I propose this MB146 with M (or L) size nib

Piston filler system (see pic4)

 

I've nox box for this pen, lost with time and changing of home !

Here are picture of the pen

http://dboulonnais.net/mb146_01.JPG

http://dboulonnais.net/mb146_02.JPG

http://dboulonnais.net/mb146_03.JPG

http://dboulonnais.net/mb146_04.JPG

 

Price is 240$ with sending all over the world with tracking ID and warranty (I'm french, from France)

Open to all offer

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Pardon my ignorance, but what exactly is an L nib?

A Proud 14 Year Old Fountain Pen User!

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Sorry, in France L is Large nib, Broad for english

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Is that correct that I have choice of either Medium or Broad nib?

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I didn't see an answer to Sunbursts's question: if there is a Medium nib available. Also, do you have box and papers?

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