Fountain pens the complete guide to repair and restoration pdf
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Jim Marshall, the most prolific author of books on pens that I know of, has yet again revised and repainted his masterpiece here, along with Laurence Oldfield. Immaculately organized to present just about every uncommon and all common pens in their most disassembled states, with instructions on how to get them there, safely. This book is heavily illustrated with hundreds of photos along with the experienced narrative of lifelong pen repair experts. What's more, it's spiral bound, meaning it's not going to roll over and snap shut while you're using both hands for something else besides holding the book open while you're pulling a pen apart - it obediently lays flat on your work surface so your eyes and hands can easily multitask that difficult repair step without loosing your place. The foundation of the book is the same as the Third Edition but parts of it have been refreshed and there are some new parts. A short list of these is included below:.