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.
You told me when I showed you my dinged GF ‘51’ cap that you weren’t sure you could make it perfect, but when the pen came home I tried for some time, without success, to find the ding. I know where it was, doggonnit, I even have a photograph of it, and I still can’t find it; it’s just not there anymore. Thank you! You, sir, are magic, and when I find somebody as good as you are, I tend to come back. And to refer all my friends.
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.