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My grandfather's old 1939 CS No. 236. It's missing a gold band, has teeth marks on the barrell, nib is worn, and lever missing the end. Doesn't write particularly well...but I LOVE it!

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SimonJamesLucas

I've finally managed to leave the new Wordsworth alone and have picked up my lever filling Churchill in plain black with silver fittings. Loaded with my favourite Diamine Teal ink, this will do paperwork and diary service today :) .

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CS No.73 lever filler #4 nib with Waterman Serenity Blue

sinistral hypergraphica - a slurry of ink

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Today, I am hesitating to choose…

 

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Given the choice, today I would go for that herringbone.

 

But I have no choice, only modern CS in my stable...

 

D.ick

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Freedom exists by virtue of self limitation.

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raging.dragon

Given the choice, today I would go for that herringbone.

 

But I have no choice, only modern CS in my stable...

 

D.ick

 

The green candy stripe (?) looks great too.

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The green candy stripe (?)……

 

From top to bottom

- blue marble (#58)

- green hatched (#58)

- burgundy & black marble (#58)

- red herringbone (#60 L)

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JonSzanto

I have the same #58 in Blue Marble, but, boy, that red herringbone is a winner! I love how slender the barrel tapers.

"When Men differ in Opinion, both Sides ought equally to have the Advantage of being heard by the Publick; and that when Truth and Error have fair Play, the former is always an overmatch for the latter."

~ Benjamin Franklin

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warblerick

Using my Belliver Borealis, with Diamine Royal Blue. Lovely pen, lovely color ink.

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My Dad's old #28

 

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My Dad's old #28

 

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Nice herringbone. Hope it writes as well as it looks.

 

 

D.ick

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Freedom exists by virtue of self limitation.

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The old Herringbone is a very nice pattern.

Perhaps, Conway Stewart might make a modern pen with this one.
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One of my favorites is a CS 15 in black with a medium italic nib. Clipped in my shirt pocket at least once a week.

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My cracked ice 58 (lovely smooth medium stub nib) filled with Sailor Jentle Epinard gets used for nearly all my notes at work (4 to 5 sides of A4 a day).

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CS 87.

"Don't hurry, don't worry. It's better to be late at the Golden Gate than to arrive in Hell on time."
--Sign in a bar and grill, Ormond Beach, Florida, 1960.

 

 

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Churchill Dartmoor with IM nib by Masuyama.....

 

One of my favorites that is always a pleasure to use....

 

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FP Addict & Pretty Nice Guy

 

 

 

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Winston bracket brown with IM nib by John

Sorowka

Very pleased with it

Great service from conway as well

Thanks to the CS team

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