Category Archives: Repair
Despite going full time with the business end of August, I have not seemed to catch up on my repair work.
More time at the bench on a beautiful Sunday afternoon!
Join me for the first episode of Bench Time, probably where I spend most of my time cleaning my bench off in preparation for some repairs!
Good Morning Fellow Pen Collectors! Happy Friday!! Despite a couple of inches of super fluffy snow that covered us last night, it’s not tooo cold out, and it’s sunny at least.
For years, I was a staunch anti-polisher. I never polished pens. With anything. No simichrome, no flitz, no polish of any kind. I figured the pen had lived its life for 50 to near 100 years as is and a … Continue reading
Last November I got my first taste of one of the coolest filling systems ever, the safety pen. Many are familiar with this filling system in its most common form, the Waterman safety, whereby you turn a knob at the … Continue reading
I had a three ribbed jewel transitional Esterbrook come in this week for a new sac. This was your regular resac, flush and clean type of repair. That is until I took the cap off and saw this: Now thankfully I had … Continue reading