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Loiminchay Patrick Babe Ltd Ed Fountain Pen - Black, Red, 18k Medium Nib (Near Mint, Works Well)

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Loiminchay Limited Edition fountain pen. Unusual shape, 18k nib. Near mint except for some toolmarks on the sides of the nib.

SKU: 15063
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Type Loiminchay limited edition fountain pen .... neat design! We love the way the pieces snap together.

Product Name Patrick Babe .... Described by Loiminchay as follows:

Produced in Italy, the resin, celluloid and metal Babe, as it is called, has sleek lines and an arterial burst of color.

For an added bit of drama, the clip is deployed via a tiny button hidden by the pressure-fit cap. Inspiration is from the lines of an “old space ship, conjured mostly from
visceral interpretations.

Manufacturer and Year  Loiminchay. Created as described above in Italy. Limited to 1888 pens produced (we're showing one pen's serial number in the photo, but your serial number will be 204). The MSRP on this pen was $2200, and you'll find them online and on eBay for between $1200 and $1500.

Length  5-3/8"

Filling System  Converter (included) or cartridges (not included)

Color  Black with red detail along the side. 

Nib  Two-tone solid gold 750 medium nib.

Condition  New and in mint condition aside from some toolmarks on both of the sides of the nib. No scratches or cracks or signs of use. There were no signs it had been inked when we got it, but we cannot be sure that it has never been dipped.  Marked as being 204 of 1888.

No box or paperwork.


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Additional Info

SKU 15063
Condition New
Maker Loiminchay
Type Fountain Pens


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