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Hey everyone, sorry to bother this sub with an unpolite how much is worth it kind of post but I would like to rehome this pen since it deserves to be used and appreciated. The pen is (I believe) a Wahl eversharp Doric Morocco, standard size fitted with a new sac, unluckily the sled it's missing and thatì's the only issue with the pen.




what would be a fair price?

thanks in advance

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The easiest way is to go to eBay and search "Eversharp Doric." The prices are quite high -- too high. You also have to consider that you might be spending money on a new nib.

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The easiest way is to go to eBay and search "Eversharp Doric." The prices are quite high -- too high. You also have to consider that you might be spending money on a new nib.

Thanks for chimming in ,thats the first thing I did couldnt quite found a correct rpice because I don't know what nib size the pen is, also I beleive an adjustable nib without its sled its still more valuable than a normal one. Correct me If I am wrong

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I'm not sure about the value of these nibs but if your nib is in good condition (other than the slide) I would assume it would be very flexible to write with.

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I have a Doric ringtop - also in Morocco - with a similarly broken nib. I love that nib; it’s a wonderful writing - and especially drawing - pen. It’s the only nib I have that really does handle like a brush, so don’t despise it. I’ve bought a few ruined Dorics for their “ruined” nibs.

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