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Newly listed to our eBay store, the Conway Stewart Churchill is fashioned in a brilliant orange with gold accents. Equipped with an 18k gold monotone nib, Medium in size and uses cartridge/converter (converter included).

 

Limited Edition #0252/500

 

The pen is brand new, unused and comes packaged in its original Churchill presentation box accompanied by a Churchill cigar, a bottle of orange Conway Stewart ink, and a book of famous Churchill quotes. Does not come with the outer box.

 

Currently on eBay for $1,500 Special price for all FPN members $1,200

 

Call 855-565-1818 or email orders@airlineintl.com

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I didn't know Conway Stewart makes Orange ink!!!!!.... :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub:

 

I would love me a bottle of it.... :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle:

 

 

Also... the pen is nice... ;) ;)

 

 

 

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Lovely color. I'm going to miss the IB nibs. They made Churchills perfect for me. Sigh...

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I'm usually not a big fan of bright orange, but this one is amazing :wub: :puddle: .

These CS Churchills are among the most beautiful pens ever made, IMO. Too bad they are way out of my league.

Best of luck selling it.

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I didn't know Conway Stewart makes Orange ink!!!!!.... :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub:

 

I would love me a bottle of it.... :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle:

 

 

Also... the pen is nice... ;) ;)

 

 

 

C.

I wish we knew someone who could tell us which of the "Orange" Diamine inks was bottled for Conway Stewart. I suspect ORANGE but it could be BLAZE ORANGE; it would have to be one of those two. Strange that it is "just popping up," as it surely wasn't ever mentioned as the "normal" Conway Stewart colors.

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How about this color in a lever filler?

If it is a modern CS, you don't want their lever-filler. The lever-fill Churchill were among the most problem-prone fillers in modern times. My early tobacco brown Churchill lever-filler has more frequent flier miles than I do, from trips back and forth to repair. It is now a "drawer-queen" as I no longer bother re-sacking it every time it tears another sac just below the nipple.

 

Richard Binder used to have a modification for these to avoid tearing sacs. Does anybody else do something like that? I'd love to use my Churchill, but when the sac only lasts a few fills, it isn't worth the effort.

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If it is a modern CS, you don't want their lever-filler. The lever-fill Churchill were among the most problem-prone fillers in modern times. My early tobacco brown Churchill lever-filler has more frequent flier miles than I do, from trips back and forth to repair. It is now a "drawer-queen" as I no longer bother re-sacking it every time it tears another sac just below the nipple.

 

Richard Binder used to have a modification for these to avoid tearing sacs. Does anybody else do something like that? I'd love to use my Churchill, but when the sac only lasts a few fills, it isn't worth the effort.

You're breaking my heart! I loved the look of the CS lever fillers. That's terrible that they were flawed. I just can't fall in love with a cartridge/converter. It is good looking pen otherwise.

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Not all the lever-fillers were bad. I love mine and find the flow is better in it than my c/c.

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You're breaking my heart! I loved the look of the CS lever fillers. That's terrible that they were flawed. I just can't fall in love with a cartridge/converter. It is good looking pen otherwise.

Raif, I have a CS lever filler pen body (liquidation stock) - I just turned it into a C/C when I made the pen up, so I have convenience of the C/C but the look (lever) of the lever filler.

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Raif, I have a CS lever filler pen body (liquidation stock) - I just turned it into a C/C when I made the pen up, so I have convenience of the C/C but the look (lever) of the lever filler.

mcgeechan, how does one convert it to a c/c? Is there room in the body to hold a cartridge? Would one require a new section?

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I wish we knew someone who could tell us which of the "Orange" Diamine inks was bottled for Conway Stewart. I suspect ORANGE but it could be BLAZE ORANGE; it would have to be one of those two. Strange that it is "just popping up," as it surely wasn't ever mentioned as the "normal" Conway Stewart colors.

That ink was produced before CS sourced their inks from Diamine. There's a thread here somewhere about the range.

We have this colour (and some other discontinued inks) on our Ink Colour Comparison page: http://www.thewritingdesk.co.uk/inkchooser.php

 

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Thanks to the always helpful folks @ the Writing Desk for this information. I will no longer regret not having this ink after seeing the color sample. I still like to KNOW what things look like & the move to Diamine for their ink was obviously a good one.

 

I applaud your keeping your samples of "no longer available" colors available, it really is a great benefit for those of us who aren't familiar with every ink ever made.

 

Thank you again for your response & helpful link.

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Thanks to the always helpful folks @ the Writing Desk for this information. I will no longer regret not having this ink after seeing the color sample. I still like to KNOW what things look like & the move to Diamine for their ink was obviously a good one.

 

I applaud your keeping your samples of "no longer available" colors available, it really is a great benefit for those of us who aren't familiar with every ink ever made.

 

Thank you again for your response & helpful link.

 

 

Wow.. what a misnomer... that looks "yellow"..... :(

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