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Hi, this pen has nothing inscribed, I have seen Watermans with this style. The nib puts Waranted Quality, 14KT-ST. The ebonite is like new, has been cleaned, had dry ink for years. What you see in the bottom is an O-ring because the ink comes out in that section, I do not know what I can do there, any ideas? The nib scratches enough to write, the tips are poorly aligned but have a lot of flexion.
It only shows the name of the previous owner, no more letters.

I had this clip, but the previous owner broke it by removing it.

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That heart shaped nib reminds me of MB.....MB made nibs for other companies, Pelikan being one until their brand new to the market Piston pen sold enough that they could set up a nib factory.

Osmia also made for other companies.

 

Very nice Superflex nib. Nice chasing.......and from a time when one bought the clip separate....

 

Send it to Fountainble here on the com (Francis Goossens)....he re-made the guts of my Fend Saftey pen. That had been broken and 'glued' together.(not by me of course) He is an engineer, has the tools and developed that great piston pen of his, the Conid.

I am not in favor with O rings....some pens have been damaged drastically by them swelling the barrel.

 

With permission of Penboard.de....to 98% +, similar to my pen. I like the cap top a lot.

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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.

RIP...200's once great nib, now a double ball.:crybaby::wallbash:

 

The cheapest lessons are from those who learned expensive lessons. Ignorance is best for learning expensive lessons.

 

 

 

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That heart shaped nib reminds me of MB.....MB made nibs for other companies, Pelikan being one until their brand new to the market Piston pen sold enough that they could set up a nib factory.

Osmia also made for other companies.

 

Very nice Superflex nib. Nice chasing.......and from a time when one bought the clip separate....

 

Send it to Fountainble here on the com (Francis Goossens)....he re-made the guts of my Fend Saftey pen. That had been broken and 'glued' together.(not by me of course) He is an engineer, has the tools and developed that great piston pen of his, the Conid.

I am not in favor with O rings....some pens have been damaged drastically by them swelling the barrel.

 

With permission of Penboard.de....to 98% +, similar to my pen. I like the cap top a lot.

UPQpECd.jpg

 

The O-ring was put to the test, as the ink comes out, although the section closes tight.
I think the nib is size 6, yes, it seems like you say, thanks for the recommendation.
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