These are the current models that are for sale. All pens have been refurbished and are ready to be used! All are European in manufacture. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate in contacting us.
Our piston fillers have been repaired with hand-cut cork seals. The ink sacs used are made in the United States by a company that uses original equipment from the 1920's, the Golden Age of fountain pens.
All the nibs are original when possible. The glass nibs are German-made and vintage. Originally these nibs were used by clerks who needed to write through multiple layers of carbon copy materials. They were also used by draftsment who needed consistant narrow lines. They are quite durable, but just as with gold, they can be damaged if dropped.
We recommend using only Pelikan 4001 Royal Blue ink. It is 100% water soluble and will not corrode ink-sacs, piston heads, or the materials used in the make-up of the pen. You may use other makes and colors of ink but be aware they may be potentially damaging to your pen.
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Produced in Rotterdam in the Netherlands during the 1950's. This RARE color and size pen is in excellent working condition, refurbished with a new ink sac and original 14k nib. Good imprint with ' "Aristo" TRADE MARK No 125'. (push button filler)
Produced in Vienna, Austria in the 1920's. Refurbished with a new ink sac and contains a glass nib. (These nibs were used in Europe by clerks who had to write through multiple layers of carbon copying paper. They were also used by draftsmen who wanted consistant narrow lines. I believe they are no more fragile than gold nibs, which will bend and can become damaged from dropping as well.)