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This fine-tipped, semi-flex nib was made by the Italian manufacturer Penna Antonelliana—we think sometime in the 1950s. For unknown reasons, they are shaped like the Eiffel Tower, 850 km away from the Mole Antonelliana, an Italian tower that looks nothing like this nib.
In any case, it is a nice writer that holds considerable ink in all its curves and cutouts. Good for writing or detailed drawing, the #378 is both nostalgic and practical.
Sold individually. Appearance may vary slightly since this is a vintage item. Limited stock.
St. Louis Art Supply