|Vintage German Fountain Pen Geha Sculfuller|
Geha Schulfuller Mit Reserve Tank Vintage Fountain Pen Review:Last week I managed to add a new addition to my collection - Geha Schulfuller Vintage Fountain Pen made in Germany probably in 1980's. So exited about this pen, I decided to write my first pen review. Here it comes:
Brass clip is signed with Geha logo. Shape reminds of Pelican clip - no wonder after couple of years of competition, Pelican bought Geha Company and stopped production - Market Economy at its best :)
Cap signed "Geha Sculfuller" and "mit reservetank". Brass trim matches the clip color and appearance.
|Signed Nib - Looks like gold plated|
Piston plunger is made of some material similar to silicone, but a bit harder. Moves smooth inwards and backwards the barrel. I wonder what should I use to lubricate it and insure long and pleasant use.
|Clear Blue Transparent Ink Window|
Barrel end curved outside to ease the grip and help the student to remember the place fingers were last time.
|Reserve Tank Activation Rod|
Designed as Student Pen - Each Geha Schulfuller fountain Pen has unique number hallmarked on the barrel to prevent loss or steal.
If this was a high end model, the clip and the trim would have been gold plated. But I guess it was great starter fountain pen for every student these days.
More vintage fountain pens from my collection could be found on our online store.
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