Wahl-Eversharp Doric Kashmir (Signature Nib) – Medium Flex

Wahl-Eversharp Doric Kashmir (Signature Nib) – Medium Flex – (On Ebay)

Here is a beautiful Doric in the “Airliner” size. The Kashmir celluloid is in great condition with not crazing or color loss. The twelve facets are clearly defined. These Dorics have extra thick gold-filled trim, and the quality definitely shows. It all looks brand new with no brassing and with hardly any markings of any kind. The initials “C.E.A.” are inscribed in the clip.  The Kashmir celluloid is gorgeous and deep that shifts in appearance as the light shines on it from different angles. The 14kt. Eversharp “Signature” nib is a smooth, plenty wet XF/F (0.35mm). Wonderful normal writer. These Signature nibs are all over the place in their flex ability. This one is on the border between “Good” and “Medium” flex. It has good range going up to 1.6mmm, and decent responsiveness. Ease of flex is a little on the stiff side though. If you just use a hint of pressure it can function as a semi-flex with ease. But if you want anything more than that it takes a bit more pressure. Still is a stunner to look at, in phenomenal shape, a joy to write with, and, I mean, it’s a Doric. So you know it’s top notch.

SIZE:  5 3/8″ Capped

NIB: Wahl-Eversharp “Signature”, XF/F to BBB (0.35mm-1.6mm),  SUPER FLEX  (See “Grading Flex Nibs” for How I Grade)

FILLING: Lever

CONDITION: Excellent

Restoration Work:

  • Pen thoroughly cleaned & flushed
  • Body buffed for scratches
  • Body and trim cleaned and polished
  • Nib and feed ultrasonically cleaned and adjusted for optimal flow
  • Installed new ink sac
  • Test driven for a week to insure quality

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