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Who Makes The Daniel Steiger Brand Fountain Pen?


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Does anyone know of Daniel Steiger fountain pens? They appear to be a watch/jeweler for men, and must have made some branded fountain pens at some point. I got one as a gift around 2010, and need a replacement nib/feeder, but can't find anything that fits and don't know what to look for in a generic nib/feeder anyway. If I knew the mfr of this pen I'd have an idea where to look, or if I knew how to know what size nib/feeder I have, I could look for a generic. Thanks for helping!

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Coincidentally your post just popped up on my screen because I've just replied to a very similar question about another pen elsewhere on FPN.

The answer to your question I think is probably going to be the same as I said there too, in that your nib appears from your photo to be a standard size 6 IPG nib, from the far east. A close up photo of the nib ,and one of the feed, and if it comes out, the houing too would assist, bit if I'm correct, it's geometry should be the same as most German nibs - Bock & Jowo. Although a Bock or Jowo housing probably won't fit your pen, the nibs should fit your existing housing, and once I see the housing, I may even be able to supply a Bock in one that would screw straight in as a direct replacement.

Some more photos would be useful though please.

I hope that helps a bit

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Why do you need to replace the feed? Is there something wrong with it? If not, you should probably be able to replace just the nib. I agree with Phil, it looks like a #6 size. You can get #6 nibs from various places online.

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