TwizzlerNibs Posted June 1, 2018 Share Posted June 1, 2018 (edited) I've been restoring pens for a little under a year. I absolutely love it. So much to learn and really lovely people. I've got some nice pens, but mostly ones you would expect for someone just getting started and with not a lot of cash to burn. I always try to be on the lookout and have made a few good scores by always spending time searching when I can. But....nothing close to this. Took a little risk and it paid off. Paid off pretty damn well. Waterman 554Hand Engraved VineNo inscription No dings . No scrapes or scuffs visible without a loupe. I haven't done anything to it yet besides a quick pass with a sunshine cloth.Nib is good, tiny tine adjustment needed. I've got to get into zen mode, get the section off and get the restoration going. It shouldn't different than any other pen once I shut up all the excited and scared yelling going on in my head. Without further ado.....my very first Waterman edit: Much thanks to the one the only Sensei Greenie for making me pull the trigger. Not the first time he's done me a solid. Edited June 1, 2018 by TwizzlerNibs Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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