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This is a Danish Miller 662 fountain pen and 660 mechanical pencil set. The pen is a button filler with a very flexible nib and the pencil takes 0.9 mm lead refills. V2018025 & V2018026
This Royal 408 was made in Denmark by the Miller Pen Company. It has a somewhat unique filling system called a stretch vacumatic which I’ve described in this posting. The nib is two-toned, although the transition from silver to gold READ MORE
I just acquired a Danish Miller Royal 408 today and started dismantling it – this reminded me of the problems I went through fixing a Miller 698 some time ago. So, I thought that I’d re-post a tutorial on how READ MORE
Johannes Iverson owned the Miller Pen Company in Copenhagen (see this document) and patented a filling system called a “stretch-vacumatic”. The patents are here (in English), here (in Danish), and here (in German). This 698 is a 12-sided doric pen made sometime around 1940 in Denmark. READ MORE
Item number: V201638