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Hello everyone,


I have a spare M1000 nib and am looking for a cap/barrel to put it in. Cult Pens in the UK originally offered to sell me one but they no longer do.

So far, my research has not yielded much. Any pointers for sellers in Europe?


Wishing you all a very good day ;-)



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Sadly, I have nothing helpful to add, but am I the only one who keeps reading the title as Nibbles instead of Nibless? And does that mean the pen is edible or that it takes delicate little bites of the paper as you write?


Maybe I need to go back to sleep?

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I don't remember the details but one of the pen makers in India was offering pens threaded for Pelikan nibs.

"It's funny; in this era of email and voice mail and all those things that I did not even grow up with, a plain old paper letter takes on amazing intimacy."  Elizabeth Kostova





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I suggest posting a WTB (want to buy) ad in the classifieds here and keeping and eye out there and on ebay as well. They do come up from time to time.

Gobblecup ~


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Quite recently there someone offering an M1000 barrel and also a spare cap on eBay...cannot remember whether they came from same seller or not; but I think so (somewhere in eastern Europe, it was)...

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