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Waterman 512(V?) Psf 14K Overlay And Cap Repair


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Guest Ray Cornett

I put the V in question marks because I am not sure if I am just seeing things. I looked at the butt of the pen with my loupe and in between the number 512 and the letters PSF appears to be a big "V". Is this where the V would be if this were a 512V? Hope it isn't just an odd scratch.

I am in need of an original cap clip for this pen and I also need to find out the best place to take/send the cap to have the new cap put in place and also have the cap opening made round again. It is just slightly out of round. Not enough to completely disrupt screwing it in. My issue is purely cosmetic on that one. Any leeds of where to go for this?

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sorry i dont have a clue about the clip cap, however would it be possible to post a picture of this 'V' for us to see please? it could be a type of mark left there perhaps? or as you say, it may be a partial 'W' logo but i doubt it would have rubbed over...

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Can you post a picture of the cap showing the rivet holes and of the end showing the 'out of round'.

 

Kirchh is among the best with metal work, I do not know if he does Waterman clip replacment but I'm sure he could if he wanted to.

This will not be a low cost repair.

 

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Here you go. It is only slightly out of round but enough to be visible. It doesn't really bother how well the cap screws on luckily.

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Might anyone know what the threads inside the cap are made of? A jeweler friend of mine gave me a suggestion on how to make the cap around again but before I do I wanted to see if I could find an answer to my question first.

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