My grandfather left me an old Inoxcrom fountain pen that was given to him as a gift. I have been using it as a dip pen to write with, but am hoping to find a converter so I can use it on the go. I am not interested in cartridges.

I can't seem to find the model of this pen online, and it doesn't seem to fit the standard cartridge/converter size. The reason I say this is because I bought a fountain pen from an old man who hand makes them, and I suspect he sizes them to international cartridge/converter sizes.

Here are some photos of the pen:

Nib says Inoxcrom Iridum, ring around barrel says Inoxcrom, Spain written on gold part of lid
Nib says Inoxcrom Iridum, ring around barrel says Inoxcrom, Spain written on gold part of lid.

No logos or symbols on ends of cap or pen
There are no logos or symbols on ends of cap or pen.

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    Can you add a picture with the pen disassembled? – Nothingismagick Feb 20 at 0:32
  • Hey Ribika. :D We won't be able to direct you at a specific shop, but if we have some people who know about pens, they may be able to tell you what kind of converter you need. – Catija Feb 21 at 22:03
  • Would you be open to buying a small pack of cartridges to test fit? IME there are three common sizes: Parker (long, also used by others), Lamy (long) and almost everyone else (short). I've used a paerker reservoir in a Lamy before. – Chris H Feb 22 at 10:26
  • Well, get in contact with Inoxcrom themselves: inoxcrom.com/en They love Collectors and collections, I'm quite sure they'll be more than happy to help you. Good luck! – Marco António Mar 9 at 2:15
  • @MarcoAntónio that link seems broken? – Stephie Dec 5 at 14:30

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