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Omas Extra Desk Set Vintage Pen

This is a 1936 Omas Extra Desk Set 10″ x 6″ in all Glass (Green Tinted). Has inlaid oval compartment for clips, stamps, etc. Large matching inkwell fits into circular compartment. PIF pen with visualated barrel. 18K medium nib. Strikingly exquisite! New-old-stock. Mint in form fitted box with papers (outside of box has some wear). Check out our Catalog to view this item’s availability! Item #67 in Catalog #85.

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Omas Extra Button Filler Vintage Pen

This is a 1930 Omas “Extra” button filler in Black with Ivory Veins – absolutely beautiful! Duofold streamlined look-a-like (all the Parker Duofolds being imported into Italy were selling as fast as they could get them, so it’s no surprise that the pens Omas was manufacturing at the time looked like the Duofold). The model was made in three sizes, this being the largest. Features gold filled trim. “Omas 585 Extra” nib. Fine, triple-flexible nib. Fitted with a …

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Omas 50th Golden Anniversary Fountain Pen Hospital

This is a 1996 Omas 50th Golden Anniversary Fountain Pen Hospital LE 43/100 PIF in Royal Blue with Polished Rhodium-plate cap. Round “Ogiva” shape. GPT. Two-toned 18K medium nib. Introduced at a list price of $1,200, the 100 pen edition was completely sold out in two weeks. New-old-stock. Although in original box (with papers and outer box) the cap plating shows distress and one minor scratch. Because of this I’m calling it user grade. Item #133 in …

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Omas Pagliero Plevonia Vintage Fountain Pen

This 1935 Omas Pagliero is a Plevonia button filler in Khaki Green Laminated (Parker Vacumatic look-a-like), set off with Black ends. Pagliero was founded 1917 in Settimo Torinese, Italy and made buttons and other celluloid items. Their fountain pen production started in the mid-1920s. By the 30s they produced only pens. This Plevonia was almost certainly made by Omas for Pagliero, as it is a design match in every way to other Omas pens of …

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Omas Paragon Titanium Fountain Pen

This modern fountain pen is a 2004 Omas T-2 557/F Paragon – a limited edition numbered at 682/750 PIF in Titanium 12-sided faceted. Features gold filled trim. The T-2 was manufactured to commemorate Omas’s 75th anniversary. The fountain pen was made in three different sizes, this one being the largest and the numbered edition. This model has gold plated details while the other, smaller models, use rhodium. 18K, medium nib. Near mint+. These are almost …

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Handwritten Post – Sepia

Sepia is an interesting color, and I’ve seen quite a few variations on it. It also has a really interesting derivation!

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Handwritten Post – Why Hate When You Can Write

  Modern nibs can offer some line variation, too. I know, this is a blinding, bright pen, but it has a fun nib. That’s an extra-fine that offers some line variation, in case you want a little but don’t want a full flex nib. (Why you wouldn’t want both is beyond me!). I think this is a great quote, a superb, fun pen, and a lovely nib. I also think writing things down, and writing to …

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I saw this quote while reading a pen repair book.

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