Category Archives: Nib photos
This Mont Blanc 144 had a ride in the laundry machine, luckily not the dryer! See the before photos and after a few careful hours of painstaking hand work, the nib is back as new! The owner is very happy!
This was a great project; to create a custome 1.40mm ball retip to an Aurora nib. Least to say by the photos it came out pretty good! The client is quite happy and can’t wait to put the nib into … Continue reading
Don’t be fooled; this is a tricky repair! But rest assured, once I delicately do this repair, it will be like new so stay tuned for the next installment of this Onoto nib repair soon! Here are some before and … Continue reading
Ouch! Touch fall for this older 18k Omas nib, but not to worry, Greg is here to rescue it! Enjoy the before and after photos!
Unusual nib to find that needed a retip. Now back to factory performance and look!
Had to share this repair today; clearly “sprung” tines at 90 degrees on this Parker Lucky Curve #2. Looks like a snail 🙂 Well, after a few hours of careful straightening, the nib is back in shape!
Thought I would share some retips I recently did for a client; Custom 1.50mm smooth stub on a Parker 51 nib and a retip to original on a vintage Wyvern nib. Enjoy!
This is a custom 1.90mm smooth stub fitted to the clients Parker 51. What a huge marker this pen is now! Look at that size, that flow! Not an easy task to get that ink flowing on this pen, and … Continue reading