I have received some inquires about how to best send nibs and pens to me for repair Below are some photos of how I recently sent back a few nibs (be sure to move your cursor over each photo and click on it for a closer look) to a very good client in Israel. (By the way, the turn around time for his large retipping order was only 3 days!) There were a total of 14 nibs in this package. As you can see in the photos, the use of small zip plastic bags works well, and a sturdy plastic box was ideal for this shipping situation. Finally, lots of packing material and then strong paper packing tape that has those fiber threads running through it seals the box very nicely and is tamper resistant.
This box was then placed in an Express Mail envelope and then the appropriate paperwork was filled out. If you live in the U.S., always mail your pens/nibs to me by Priority Mail, Insured for the value you think your items are worth, with Delivery Confirmation, or Registered Mail, which takes longer but is more secure. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to advise you on what sort of mailing options are best for your particular needs.