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Nos Century Ii 10K F Gold Nib



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Found a Century II 10K Rolled Gold in a stationary. Buried deep in an old closet gathering dust. After a little haggling (a way of life here) I ended up paying RSS 4000 which at the current rate of exchange is under $35. The nib is fine, a wet writer with a little flex to it, but being F it is a bit scratchier than my fave smooth Bs and broader Ms. Nothing wrong with the nib though.

post-67349-0-97204800-1525033979_thumb.jpgpost-67349-0-50671800-1525033971_thumb.jpgpost-67349-0-48382800-1525033988_thumb.jpgThe converter is blue. Never seen one like that before

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Have a nice day

Junaid

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From one admirer of Cross pens to another, congratulations on this heart-warming find.

 

Although we've been accustomed to Cross converters that were green or orange, and my most recent have been in clear plastic, there was a period of blue plastic. That sounds right if the pen was lying unnoticed in a stationery shop for a few years.

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I use one of these F ones and find it somewhat scratchy : I am exploring fitting an M instead

My pen is sterling silver but the gold one is not bad either !

 

Good catch

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Beautiful!

Ink samples to trade: Blackstone Blue, Chesterfield Antique Crimson, Chesterfield Antique Jade, Chesterfield Antique Orchid, Chesterfield Antique Raspberry, Chesterfield Antique Raven, Chesterfield Antique Walnut, Chesterfield Antique Yankee, Chesterfield Night Sapphire, Cross Blue, Diamine Ancient Copper, Diamine Bilberry, Diamine Blue Black, Diamine Damson, Diamine Indigo, Diamine Oxblood, Diamine Purple Pazzazz, Edelstein Amber, J. Herbin Emerald de Chivor, J. Herbin Lie de The, J. Herbin Rouge Hematite, J. Herbin Storm Grey, Levenger Always Greener, Levenger Amethyst, Levenger Blue Bahama, Levenger Cardinal Red, Levenger Cobalt Blue, Levenger Cocoa, Levenger Fireball, Levenger Gemstone Green, Levenger Pinkly, Levenger Raven Black, Levenger Skies of Blue, Levenger Smokey, Montblanc Black , Montblanc Montblanc for BMW, Noodler's Bay State Blue, Parker Quink, Pilot Blue, Sailor Souten, Sailor Waka-Uguisu


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Great find and price.

A lovely classic pen, Enjoy !!

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