For Sale: Franklin-Christoph and Kaweco

Three F-C and a Kaweco

It’s time to thin out my Franklin-Christoph accumulation along with a long unused Kaweco Sport. The photos in this post and the writing samples are all current. Feel free to contact me with any questions, although the first firm “I want it” gets the pen.

If you’re interested reach me using [ray [@]] or contact form here.

U.S. shipping is $7 and will require a signature for delivery unless requested otherwise. Shipping is via USPS insured priority mail. International shipping is at cost, very expensive, and will require tracking and insurance.

Click any image for full-size photo. All writing samples and photos in this post are recent.

Franklin-Christoph Model 29 Bellus, Black/Red, Fine steel nib – $60 (SOLD)

Excellent condition. The magnetic cap can be removed quickly but is secure. Out of production, or “retired” as F-C says. Includes a converter. No box, case or paperwork.My first impressions are here.

Franklin-Christoph Model 19 “1901”, Black w/King’s Gold Band, Broad Stub (1.1mm) steel nib- $95 (SOLD)

Franklin-Christoph Model 19

I reviewed this pen here. The nib is one of Mike Masuyama nibs available from F-C. The pen is in excellent condition. Includes a converter. No box or paperwork. Selling it because the wide nib isn’t for me and the pen has been in a pen case, unused, for nearly 4 years.

Franklin-Christoph Model 20 Marietta, Tiger Red, Medium Steel nib – $95 (SOLD)

Franklin-Christoph Model 20

The pen is in excellent condition and writes perfectly. Includes a converter. No box or paperwork. Selling it because I’m not a fan of the slip cap, and I have two of these, keeping the other one.

Kaweco AL Sport, Black Stonewashed, Extra Fine Steel nib – $65 (SOLD)

Kaweco AL Sport Black Stonewashed

The pen is in excellent cosmetic and writing condition. (My review) No converter or paperwork. I will include a Kaweco tin, although it’s unlikely to be the original for this pen. Does not include the box that was pictured in the review, Selling it because the pen hasn’t been used in nearly four years. I always pass it over for the Brass Sport (reviewed earlier today).

If you’re interested you can reach me using [ray [@]] or the contact form here.