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Made in England
Dimensions: L 3.1 cm; W 0.6 cm
The famous Esterbrook Relief fountain pens were made from the 1930s to the 1950s in England by Conway Stewart. Esterbrook also made nibs for dip pens. These Esterbrook gilt nibs were made around the late 1940s. They have been salvaged from an old calligraphy supplies box and polished. However, they are still blackened in places. Use them as intended or in jewelry making and mixed media projects.
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