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Point Gaskets for plunger-fillers

Point Gaskets - Packing unit seal gaskets for plunger-fillers (replace original innards of Sheaffer or Eversharp packing units) made of fluorocarbon rubber for maximum durability and chemical resistance. Fluorocarbon seals are extremely durable, resisting wear & weathering far better than standard synthetic rubber seals. Estimated life span in industrial settings is up to 20 years, versus 2 to 5 years for butadiene.


Small Point seals for Sheaffer Snorkels

Small Point seals for Sheaffer Snorkels (to fit inside nib/section assembly, sealing around the extending filler tube) and made of long-lasting ethylene-propylene. Ethylene-propylene seals should last at least twice as long as those made of ordinary rubber, which are vulnerable to oxidization, and especially the effects of ozone. Use only with pure silicone grease, keep away from petroleum-based lubricants which you shouldn't use in the first place!


Large Replacement O-rings

Large Replacement O-rings for pneumatic-fillers (fit into the end of the barrel, making an airtight seal with the plunger), made of long-lasting ethylene-propylene. Fits Sheaffer PFMs, Sheaffer 1949 fat first-year Touchdowns and Sheaffer Touchdown Tuckaways.


Montblanc Rouge & Noir Special Edition Heritage Collection Fountain Pen, ca. 2016

MNB100  Montblanc Rouge & Noir Special Edition Heritage Collection Fountain Pen, ca. 2016. Heritage Collection. 14KT white gold nib is a very bouncy medium point. Black cap and barrel with red dome and embedded MB white star. White metal snake clip. Piston filling, fills only from a bottle. Measures 5.5 inches long. Montblanc No. 114722. Germany. Includes luxury MB black gift box, outer box, booklet and guarantee. Mint condition in original packaging, never used. (1 avail) 


Conway Stewart Dinkie Casein Prototype Fountain Pen

MI1855  Conway Stewart Dinkie Casein Prototype Fountain Pen, Cracked Ice pattern: marbled black and white. This is a model only - one piece construction - the cap does not remove from the barrel, no Conway Stewart maker marks engraved on the barrel.  Made ca. 1997-1998 prior to the Conway Stewart line being reintroduced in the US in 1999.  Regular production model retailed for about $150. Remember, this is a prototype design and is not in working order. (1 avail)