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Join Us For Nib Tuning/Adjustment with Tim Girdler this Saturday. Hirsch Davis will also be here selling vintage fountain pens.
21st * February * 2015

 

11300 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD 20852

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Get your fountain pens fixed at Bertram's Inkwell.
When
11:30am until 5:30pm

February 21, 2015

 

Where
Bertram's Inkwell
at One Central Plaza
11300 Rockville Pike Ste. 109
Rockville, MD 20852

We are looking forward to having Tim Girdler, the incredible nib technician, come to our store on this Saturday, February 21st, from 11:30am- 5:30pm. He does wonders with the toughest of nib "problems". Whether you need a nib straightened, ground, tuned, or adjusting the flow - he's your man for the job! You can see from his website at www.timgirdlerpens.com how dedicated he is to the craft. Tim Girdler studied under Richard Binder for quite some time before starting out doing nib repairs for his own pens, which then led him to want to help others and repair their pens.

 

Tim Girdler has agreed to customize any nib on any fountain pen that you buy from Bertram's Inkwell on the Saturdays that he is at the store for free!

 

Hirsch Davis has an incredible collection of vintage fountain pens of all different manufacturers that he's displaying and selling. Come see this amazing collection offered for sale! Hirsch will be on hand to buy/trade/sell, and appraise pens as well.

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Email from Bert today:

 

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Due to inclement weather, unfortunately, Tim Girdler will not be joining us today. We will re-schedule for March, but if you must see him sooner, he will be at the Baltimore Pen Show in two weeks (March 6-8). The store will be open until 5pm today.
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