From time to time, I’ll write an article about a pen-related topic of particular interest to me. A selection of these writings can be found here.
I offer a variety of restoration services for writing instruments, with a focus on the reversal of dents in Parker “51” fountain pen caps.
Though I don’t consider myself a dealer, I do sell a few items occasionally. Take a look in my shop and see if there’s something you like.
I just wanted to take a moment to rave about the work Daniel did on my Parker 51 Signet…it arrived earlier this week. I am in shock. It is far, far beyond what I hoped [he could] do with it. Incredible… To say the pen was dented would be like saying the Grand Canyon is a divot. The pen was mangled. I received it as part of a multi-pen auction win, and had initially thought it would at best be a parts pen. I sent it to Daniel and in practically no time he had it looking almost new. He fixed a crushed cap, dented barrel, squashed inner cap, and restored the blue diamond on the clip too. Fast, friendly, and professional- what more could you want? I can’t recommend Daniel highly enough.
I recently picked up a Parker 51 Signet for $20. It was in horrible shape, but I figured it was worth that price just for the parts. Anyway, I sent the pen to Daniel Kirchheimer expecting that there was nothing that he could do. What he sent back to me is remarkable! The miracles that he works on dent removal are beyond words. If you have a metal pen or cap that needs work, I can’t recommend Daniel’s services too highly.