|Noodler's Ink Piston Fill Standard Nib
The Noodler's Piston Fill fountain pens are a classic 1960s design (note the classic bow windowed ink chamber) made from a celluloid derivative developed by a company in Rochester, New York. The piston seal is also made of the same material used in most high end piston filling pens of today. The nib is stainless steel tipped with a hard platinum group metal alloy. The feed is classic as well as being hand made of hard rubber (also known as "ebonite") and unique from plastic feeds in that it can be gently heat set to many different pen nibs without any loss of capillary abilities. The nib size is the classic #2, the most common nib size of the past 100+ years.