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Great topic! As brazilian myself, I had no idea of all those fountain pens made just right here...

 

Nowadays one can't find any of them at regular stores... There's only imported pens from usual brands (Montblanc, Parker, etc).

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I have just come across an interesting Brazil made P51 listed on ebay. I know others may have seen these pens but for me it is the 1st time I am seeing this pen with the unusual cap and barrel ends/tasies. I have heard about (and seen pictures of) Brazil made P51 flighters but have not seen one in this combination. Or these commonplace?

 

http://m.ebay.com/itm/Parker-51-Aerometric-MKII-Black-Fountain-Pen-Rare-Brazil-Ref-4204-/331788854837?nav=SEARCH

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I have just come across an interesting Brazil made P51 listed on ebay. I know others may have seen these pens but for me it is the 1st time I am seeing this pen with the unusual cap and barrel ends/tasies. I have heard about (and seen pictures of) Brazil made P51 flighters but have not seen one in this combination. Or these commonplace?

 

http://m.ebay.com/itm/Parker-51-Aerometric-MKII-Black-Fountain-Pen-Rare-Brazil-Ref-4204-/331788854837?nav=SEARCH

 

Hi!!

 

Brazilian P51 Mk III, was not so common, because they made at the same era, P45, the best sold pens here...

 

The brazilian P51`s, was made plastic body, Flighter and Insignia.

 

If you return one page in this thread, you`ll see my P 51 Mk III Flighter CT.

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Hi!!

 

Brazilian P51 Mk III, was not so common, because they made at the same era, P45, the best sold pens here...

 

The brazilian P51`s, was made plastic body, Flighter and Insignia.

 

If you return one page in this thread, you`ll see my P 51 Mk III Flighter CT.

 

Hi Eduardo, this is Wouter based in João Pessoa. Um prazer conhecê-lo... Can you recommend a repairperson for fountain pens in Brazil? I have some pens that need to be looked at .. Thanks in advance.

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Hi!!

 

Brazilian P51 Mk III, was not so common, because they made at the same era, P45, the best sold pens here...

 

The brazilian P51`s, was made plastic body, Flighter and Insignia.

 

If you return one page in this thread, you`ll see my P 51 Mk III Flighter CT.

Yes, I have seen your Brazilian 51 mkiii flighter. But did you see the one listed on ebay whose link I have given above? It has P45 like cap top and barrel end tasies with the arrow logo on them.

Khan M. Ilyas

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Where can I buy Brazilian made fountain pens?

I only have two pens - an Aurora Optima and others.

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Hi Eduardo, this is Wouter based in João Pessoa. Um prazer conhecê-lo... Can you recommend a repairperson for fountain pens in Brazil? I have some pens that need to be looked at .. Thanks in advance.

"Josias o amigo das canetas" no Rio de Janeiro. His Office is 120 Rio Branco Av, Rio de Janeiro:

http://oamigodascanetas.blogspot.com/

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