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Some very unusual Sheaffer Imperials

Some very unusual Sheaffer Imperials

By Teri Morris | Pens of Interest, What's New

We came across these ballpoints recently in a collection we purchased. They don’t match any of the 1970s Sheaffer Imperial models we know. They are all gold plated, but the patterns are unfamiliar. The barrel patterns remind us a little of the various gold plated patterns on Parker 75s. These may have been a response to those popular metal pens. Here’s a close-up of the barrels. The clips are very interesting in that they are not plain, they feature two different lined patterns, and one has a high relief “hob nail” pattern that matches the pattern on the [&hellip

Eversharp Symphony Fountain Pens are Back in Stock

Eversharp Symphony Fountain Pens are Back in Stock

By Teri Morris | NOS News, What's New

New Old Stock, Various Models, Flexible and Manifold Nibs About a year and a half ago we created a bit of a stir with our new old stock Eversharp Symphony pens. People responded very well to the notion of “vintage flex” on a new old stock pen. While our “seconds” with cosmetic imperfections were around for a few months, the ones in perfect condition sold out rather quickly. Well, we’ve made arrangements for a rather large purchase of these pens, and as we get them cleaned up and restored with a new sac we are adding them [&hellip

Blow-Fillers are Back

Blow-Fillers are Back

By Teri Morris | How To, What's New

Well, at least here at Peyton Street Pens they are! Reviving the venerable blow filling system We’re finding the Ranga indian ebonite pens to be a welcoming playground for experimentation. First we tried them out with exotic hyper-flexy dip pen nibs and we can’t keep them in stock, they are so popular. Next up is reviving the blow-filling system made popular in the early part of the 20th century by clever companies such as Mooney’s. In case you aren’t familiar with blow-filler pen, it’s a fairly simple concept that relies on a tight barrel seal, and that is something that Ranga [&hellip