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My enjoyment of the CS 15 has left me wanting to get another similar pen with a soft smooth broad nib, any suggestions as to what I should be looking for?

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My enjoyment of the CS 15 has left me wanting to get another similar pen with a soft smooth broad nib, any suggestions as to what I should be looking for?

 

Hi, Brian. Will you be looking for a similarly shaped CS? Same size or larger?

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Today, I shall be using a Raspberry 286 pen and matching Duro-point pencil set.

 

 

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Providing my posting is successful, here is a Conway Stewart #55.

I asked for help in choosing a larger C.S back in September, and here it is.

Apologies, of course, for the atrocious handwriting.

The ink is the discontinued C.S Tamar, which I suppose is Florida Blue by Diamine?

 

W.S.P

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Providing my posting is successful, here is a Conway Stewart #55.

I asked for help in choosing a larger C.S back in September, and here it is.

Apologies, of course, for the atrocious handwriting.

The ink is the discontinued C.S Tamar, which I suppose is Florida Blue by Diamine?

 

The pen looks nice - are you happy with it?

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Hi Malcom H

Sorry, did not realize you had asked a question about future VS pens with broad nib. The 15 is a little on the small side, but not i think as small as the Donnie range. Would love to have some of the larger size pens in the CS range, hopefully, their broad nib would be as smooth and set as the CS 15 i am super happy with

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A blue marbled 388 with a smooth stubby OB nib. My first CS. I have now three more modern CS but I hesitate getting another vintage one since I am afraid it will not live up to my beloved 388

Gistar

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Brought a CS 266 button filler back to life, today. Goodness knows when it was last used, but I had a heck of a time getting the solidified, old sac rubber, off the nipple. Anyway, job done. The 266 is the green pearl pen.

 

 

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Restored another green pearl 266, over the weekend, so I shall be using that. :thumbup:

 

Malcolm

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Still using the two 266's. Both are writing first time every time. :)

 

One of them is ok as a writer, but would benefit from a little nib work, while the other has a very nice, wet, medium to broad line.

 

:thumbup:

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