Links to other sites
In our experience, these are some of the most useful sites for the pen enthusiast. All are well worth a look.
|PEYTON STREET PENS
Teri Morris is the proprietor of Peyton Street Pens located in Santa Cruz, US. Teri specialises in new old stock and vintage pens of good quality at very fair prices. A very good web site with lots in it. We know Teri well as we often trade stock with her.
PEN AND PENCIL GALLERY
The very useful site of Jim and Jane Marshall. Have a look particularly at the "Workshop Parts" pages for hard to get items.
Greg trained under John Mottishaw. Greg's nib repair, re-tipping and re-grinding work is second to none. Located in California and offering a two week turnaround time.
THE PEN PRACTICE
Dr Laurence Oldfield's site featuring a good range of well-restored pens, technical notes regarding various pen models and wonderful pen tools for the serious repairer.
JOSE GARCIA - GOLD NIBS
Jose Garcia from Madrid, Spain is another expert in nib repair, nib re-grinding and re-tipping. Jose's work is excellent and offers a short turnaround time.
CUSTOM PEN PARTS
Roger Wolfe manufactures hard to get Onoto, Montblanc, Pelikan, Parker and Sheaffer parts together with cap rings. Roger regularly adds new items to the parts he manufactures.
Eric hails from Edinburgh, Scotland and offers a comprehensive and expert repair service for customers based in the Northern Hemisphere.
MELBOURNE PEN SHOW
Australia's and the Southern Hemisphere's only pen show. Usually held in November of each year.
Our sister site specialising in the sale of vintage and new old stock pens and parts
David of Rhode Island, USA conducts his Pen Profiles site which is a host of vintage pens (many rare) and parts for sale and a wealth of technical knowledge to the beginner and expert alike.