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Hello everybody.


I inherited a collection of pens of various brands of my family and I'm thinking of selling some. I'm not a person who collects pens, and the truth is that probably there are some that are worth a lot of money.
It turns out that there is one that is giving me headaches to find. During the last two days I have searched the internet looking for any information on the model of the pen and found nothing.
I wonder if there is someone who knows this model and, if you know can please tell me what model is?
The pink rocks that the pen has are rubies?
What websites do you recomend to sell them? (ebay, amazon...)
I appreciate all your help. I am new to this world of pens.
Kind regards,






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First, welcome home. Pull up a stump and set a spell. IIRC that is one of the ST Dupont D-Link pens and the band with the stones should come off and there should also be a second band without the stones as well.


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A beautiful pen.


It's too bad we can't get you to hang around, use a few of the pens and some of the inks.

Inks can be a lot of fun....and the different patterns of some nibs can give; than the boring line of ball points.

Well, if you only write when you absolutely got to, it would be hard to understand us kids playing with our 64 color box of ink crayons. :)


Do hang around a bit, take a gander....and you could also learn a real asking price for some of your pens rather than just putting them up low bid on Ebay.


You hold a fountain pen differently than a ball point, you hold it lightly (letting rest where it wants) behind the big index knuckle and not in front of it like a ball point. Holding it like a ball point makes a fountain pen hard to write with, in the nib digs furrows in the paper like a ball point.


Holding it behind the big knuckle, allows the bottom of the nib tip to float in a small puddle of ink and just glide effortlessly across the page.

It does help to hold the fountain pen very, very lightly....it's not a ball point which is like plowing the south forty with out the mule.

Hold a fountain pen, like holding a featherless baby bird.

:angry: Do Not make baby bird paste.


Give it a try....and I hope you learn to like it....and the many tones and hues of ink that you can brighten your day with. :thumbup:


The Dupont you have one of the best pens....and as a 'noobie' you start on top of the mountain....not down in the bottom of the valley.


What other pens do you have????

German vintage '50-70 semi-flex stubs and those in oblique give the real thing in On Demand line variation. Modern Oblique is a waste of money for a shadow of line variation. Being too lazy to Hunt for affordable vintage oblique pens, lets you 'hunt' for line variation instead of having it.

www.nibs.com/blog/nibster-writes/nibs-germany & https://www.peter-bo...cts/nib-systems,


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Thanks a lot to both of you for the tips. I'm really a noobie about this theme.


Jar, I've searched for the model that you have told me but I can't find one exactly like mine. Unfortunately, this is the only band that came with this pen. At least this is the one that I got.


Bo Bo Olsen, I would like to give it a try, but because almost all the pens that I got are unused, I'm affraid that if one day I decide to sell them, the fact that I used them will drop the value. And I think my ugly caligraphy doesn't deserve a pen so good. :)


I think that I will spend some more time searching about them and then I'll choose if I'll sell them or not.


I'll leave here some pics of others pens.


Thanks for all.


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All I can say is that I wish I inherited that collection of pens. I'll leave it up to those with more experience to name them, however.

Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes; after that, who cares?! He's a mile away and you've got his shoes!

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