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This is my new Bayard. It's interesting as the cap's clip is marked unique and depose.

 

The nib is unmarked.

 

The lever has the Bayard logo of crossed nibs but an E and F on either side, different from the P and F on either side of my dragonfly clip Red Ripple Bayard's lever logo imprint.

 

The body of the pen has the worn imprint:

Marque Dep. 13 Fevr. 1912

Bayard (with the crossed nibs logo but with a P and F on either side), P S F

Fabrication Francaise No. 430

 

The ebay seller bernotte sold me the pen and I highly recommend him. Great pen at a great price, great communications, pen expertly packed and shipped quickly.

 

Thanks for looking!

 

http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee513/betweenthelens/IMG_3474_zps2079f538.jpg

 

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love the woodgrain, and would love to see a writing sample:)

"Writing is 1/3 nib width & flex, 1/3 paper and 1/3 ink. In that order."Bo Bo Olson

"No one needs to rotate a pen while using an oblique, in fact, that's against the whole concept of an oblique, which is to give you shading without any special effort."Professor Propas, 24 December 2010

 

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That is a very handsome pen. I like it better than the one that was playing with your head!

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love the woodgrain, and would love to see a writing sample:)

Thank you. Will do.

 

Gorgeous!

Thank you!

 

That is a very handsome pen. I like it better than the one that was playing with your head!

Thank you! I'm wondering if anyone on here won the other one, which went for five dollars less than what I paid for the Bayard with dragonfly clip. Can't win them all and I'm very happy with this one as well as another that I won to console myself for the loss of the "other one." :)

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