Category Archives: Nib photos
I received these two desirable Waterman’s extra fine flex nib for crack repair, and they are now complete. See the Canadian nib repair, pretty extensive including some hand re-engraving of the imprint. A common issue with these Waterman’s nibs is … Continue reading
Poor, poor pen! Even more, poor, poor nib! Fairly expensive Mont Blanc limited edition pen suffered the tumbles of “Permanent Press” then the “Fluff Cycle.” Not to worry, this nib has a happy ending! See slide show below. Oh, and … Continue reading
I received a Pilot VP nib unit today for retipping; the client requested a custom BB 1.20mm oblique, and I was more then able to obliged them! See the slide show below;
Quite often I receive the most difficult nibs to work on, and rare too! Case in point; this Parker #12 Lucky Curve nib; the largest and rarest nib of the early Parker line. Split in half and requiring a retip, … Continue reading
Just finished this retip to a Mont Blanc 149. The client requested that it be a .40mm in size, and original looking as possible. Notice the original white/two tone aspects of the nib have been preserved during the retipping process.
Client from India sent me his date code 1943 Parker 51 nib for a .30mm fine ball retip. As you can see in the “before” photos, the nib tipping was flat, and damaged. Now the nib sports a .30mm fine … Continue reading
Massive tail crack on this full size Parker Duofold nib. Now, expertly welded and ready to live again in a pen!
A request from a good client of mine in Canada; custom .90mm ball retip to his sea foam green full size Sheaffer’s Autograph Balance pen. Perfect round ball, smooth too! Lots of ink flow! Enjoy!