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Which Conway Stewart Are You Using Today?



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A Blue Herringbone 58 that I just finished restoring Sunday :) Very proud of my work, I must say.

 

Congratulations, Bluejay. How does it write?

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Congratulations, Bluejay. How does it write?

 

Thanks!! It writes with a nice fine-medium line, quite wet actually. It's a DURO nib but has some flex too it as well. If anything , it's almost too wet for my liking. Do you think it would be sacrilegious to adjust it? Even thought about having it ground to an italic, but not sure if I should mess with a vintage nib like that.

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The Duro Pen, 770M and Dandy (moderne) :)

 

Very nice indeed. I like the stepped clip theme. :thumbup:

 

Love the photo...great background.

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Very nice indeed. I like the stepped clip theme. :thumbup:

 

Love the photo...great background.

 

Thanks Malcolm - I am glad you picked up the theme. I love those clips.

 

The background is a piece of art from a friend - I love it too :D

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I have just bought a Conway Stewart 15 with a broad wet nib, and it is a dream to use.

 

Congratulations. :thumbup:

 

The 15 is a really good pen.

 

I'm using a black 286 today, another CS classic.

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