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Hi! I found these two pens at an antique shop. One is missing the nib and the other has the nib which says Esterbook 9556. Can you tell me what those numbers mean? Do any of you guys know the actual model for these? I'm guessing they are both Esties since they're so similar, but I could be completely wrong!

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Hi! I found these two pens at an antique shop. One is missing the nib and the other has the nib which says Esterbook 9556. Can you tell me what those numbers mean? Do any of you guys know the actual model for these? I'm guessing they are both Esties since they're so similar, but I could be completely wrong!

You'll get a lot of info about Esties here.

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The numbers stamped on an Esterbrook nib signify the type of nib. The 9556 is a Firm Fine nib. The link above has a page that shows all the different nibs that Esterbrook made.

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Green pen is an Esterbrook. Other pen doesn't look Esterbrookish.

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Green pen is an Esterbrook. Other pen doesn't look Esterbrookish.

Yeah, the green one actually has the nib that says Esterbrook. I was hoping they were the same since the red one doesn't have any identifying words, numbers, or anything.

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The numbers stamped on an Esterbrook nib signify the type of nib. The 9556 is a Firm Fine nib. The link above has a page that shows all the different nibs that Esterbrook made.

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