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Da Book strikes again by Garglemonster
Chapter 39 I moved a long-unmoven box, and Gregor scurried up another like the fool he was. There he perched, shiny and brown, waving his antennae like mad probably deciding where to scurry to next. With my eyes on the little vermin, I reached for something to swat him with. Now, sometimes I...
July 9th 03 06:15 PM
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remove pelikan nib from unit by Garglemonster
How do i remove the nib from a Pelikan nib/feed unit? A previous post to this group suggests that i slide the steel ring off first, but that ring is pretty tight. Thanks in advance! -- Why is a vegetable something to hide?
July 9th 03 12:54 PM
by Garglemonster Go to last post
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5 fountain pens for 10.00 by UltraCollect
5 Sheaffer school fountain pens (2 red,1 green,1 blue, 1 yellow) Each comes brand new with 2 ink cartridges and on a blister card Perfect for a starter pen, gifts, "not afraid to lose" pen Shipping 5.00 anywhere (price in USD)
July 9th 03 07:55 AM
by UltraCollect Go to last post
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Namiki Herringbone RB? by RPasciuti
Yes, they did make a roller ball to match. I purchased one at the LA pen show in 2001. I can't remember who I purchased it from. They only had one example, which they let me have for 50 dollars--quite a bit less than the $200 retail price. I had been looking for the rollerball for nearly a year...
July 9th 03 07:05 AM
by RPasciuti Go to last post
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Tracking down a pen manufacturer by Matt
hello! I was wondering if anyone can be of assistance. While in Italy this past summer I purchased a pen from a small shop. I would like to track down another one like it, but can find any info on it. It is a fountain cartridge pen with a Schmidt Iridium Point. The shaft of the pen is woodgrain,...
July 9th 03 06:59 AM
by RPasciuti Go to last post
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Ink mail order. by marlinspike
I got a bottle of quink blue and aurora black (oh yeah, I'm very adventurous :-) from pendemonium and it got here in one piece. Richard "Bernard" wrote in message ... Hello, want to see if you kind ladies and gentlemen have...
July 8th 03 09:20 PM
by Peter Brooks Go to last post
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Just to let y'all know by 14:30
Levenger is hosting a sale on a number of pens and other items, including the Rotring CORE for $15.95, go to levenger.com and click "outlet" ~14:30
July 8th 03 07:47 PM
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Pelikan and Mont Blanc oblique nibs by Karen Traviss
Has anyone here any experience of both Mont Blanc and Pelikan medium oblique nibs please? I've just bought a Pelikan M400 with a medium oblique nib and I like it so much I'm thinking of getting the equivalent nib unit for a Mont Blanc Meisterstuck that I don't use a lot. I think I'd use it a lot...
July 8th 03 11:34 AM
by Karen Traviss Go to last post
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FA on Ebay Off-brand incl. one ORANGE (hello Satrap?) by kg
I've listed several off-brand pens on ebay under seller id "pjayg". A few very nice writers for the money including one great Orange button filler. Can't hurt to take a look. thanks, kg
July 8th 03 01:55 AM
by JimL Go to last post
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Filcao Forever - perfect Moleskine companion! by Matt Gabriel, Mad Poet of Newport
After squishing $5 worth of Montblanc ink cartridges on a hardwood floor worth a little bit more, I would be extremely interested in a button-filler Forever... the MB ink bottles aren't likely to roll off the desk unnoticed, even if they aren't an eye-catching orange. ~ Matt Gabriel, Cartridge...
July 6th 03 11:59 AM
by Matt Gabriel, Mad Poet of Newport Go to last post
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Slow day. . . . by PENMART01
The Thermometer A doctor is going about his business with a rectal thermometer tucked behind his ear. He goes into a staff meeting to discuss the day's activities, when a colleague asks why he has a thermometer behind his ear. In a wild motion, the doctor grabs for the thermometer, looks at it,...
July 5th 03 09:22 PM
by PENMART01 Go to last post
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The Festival of Tines deadline is tomorrow! by Avery A. Hise
The festival will be finishing on the 6th. There's still time to get your posts in the mail and blogs submitted to the board. Don't miss out on this great opportunity for some fantastic fun and prizes! All winners will be announced on 15 July, 2003. Best, Avery A....
July 5th 03 04:59 PM
by Avery A. Hise Go to last post
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Gift for my friend by Juan
(so what) wrote in message ... Perhaps i'll decide on some Omas, but i'm afraid i'll have to spemd some time explaining that they'r nice pens; No, buy a Codex, and tell them that since they do not like pens, you...
July 5th 03 04:10 PM
by so what Go to last post
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Senator Pens by Karsten M. Winkovics
Hey, guys, I got exactly one Senator pen in my little collection (mostly Pels from 140 to current Souveräns, couple of GEHAs and the odd Waterman), but I found it very hard to obtain any Information. Checking Senator´s web site, it seems to me they consider making piston fillers a side business,...
July 5th 03 01:36 PM
by Karsten M. Winkovics Go to last post
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Tomorrow's QUIZ on Pentrace by Giovanni Abrate
For those who like a challenge, tomorrow we'll host the Pentrace pen quiz at 11.00 a.m. Eastern time. First prize is a Borghini Fountain Pen, more prizes for the two runner ups. See you on the main board at www.pentrace.com! Giovanni
July 5th 03 12:41 AM
by Giovanni Abrate Go to last post
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GEO S. PARKER 1941 Spitfire web site ready by Len Provisor
According to a press release dated July 2, 1941. The Parker Pen Company, through it's Canadian and English subsidiaries, contributed 5,000 pounds sterling to the Royal Air Force in support of their war effort. As a result a 1941 Spitfire MK Vb was produced that carried the name GEO S. PARKER and...
July 4th 03 10:06 PM
by Len Provisor Go to last post
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