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    Default Old-style M600?

    So I picked up what I thought was a black M400. To my surprise it has a monotone 18k nib! Looking around, it appears to be an early old style M600!





    It also has an interesting stamp on the side that looks like an E and an N with a line between them. Any insights there?



    Either way a pretty cool find and the nib is excellent. Very pleased.

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    Default Re: Old-style M600?

    I have one of these old-style M600 pens and it's one of my favorites. The nib is a real joy.

    For more info on the E/N markings you can start here:
    https://thepelikansperch.com/2014/09...ined/#more-783

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    Default Re: Old-style M600?

    All that information would seem right. As far as I can tell this is from 1985-88 with the single tone nib. Interesting about the EN being for the French market (on a pen that found its way to America).

    Interesting that all of his examples are the two-tone nibs. Mine is definitely an older monotone nib:


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