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Hello All

 

I'm a vintage pen guy but a friend of mine was given one of his father's pens after he passed and asked if I could identify it for him. I'm at a loss. The only thing I see is the mark on the clip. The nib is a two tone with 18k 750 as the only markings on it. His father was a high-end pen guy. I have come up blank on this one.

 

Thanks 

Mark

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Interesting site. I take it that they are out of business, since that is an archived location. When I first clicked through, the prices of their 5 models showed $975 or $1100 per pen, depending on materials -- expensive enough for any pen. As I clicked around, those prices changed to a range of $7000+ to $9000+. I put that down to the vagaries of archival.

 

I find one other thread on this company, from 2015 when they were still in business, and no-one in that thread was impressed with the pens (but very impressed with the prices, and not in a good way). 

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