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Hello everyone, 

New member, I read I was supposed to introduce myself.  

 

I Live in France, nearby Paris. I'm lefthanded, write like hell, and it was a nightmare during my studies. 

nevertheless, I really love fountainpen. I suppose it's sort of compensation!! 

I love the feeling of writing with one, even if the result is somehow inesthetic !  

But, as it is horrible regardless of the type of pen, I might as well enjoy myself with nice fountainpens!!

 

Recently, I wanted to repare my broken montblanc 149, therefore I started looking on internet end discovered this network, where I learnded so many things... 

 

I have probably only one very modest contribution to make, but I still want to write it as it might help someone, 

 

and also I still have an unresolved problem to complete the restoration of my pen, so, here I am. 

 

Bye

Pierre

 

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Bienvenue!

 

This forum is certainly a treasure trove, I hope you can find the information you are looking for.

 

It's well worth googling an issue, reddit can have lots of info and for more local info there's also stylo plume org

 

https://www.stylo-plume.org/

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/fountainpens/new/

 

Any particular favourite pens, esp at school? I had a lovely Pelikano at school.

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Hello and welcome to FPN.

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Taught man that which he knew not (96/3-5)

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