Old Stock and Recent acquisitions

Only a few pens left. When the pens are gone, this page will also vanish.

If you don't like a pen you bought, please don't ask for a refund or ask me to pay for return shipping. I'm not a business, and I'd rather not deal with difficult people.

Regarding scratches on stainless steel pens, I don't think I have ever seen Trident or a MYU or Murex that did not have at least some light scratches, not even pens that had been sealed in their original sleeves in perfect mint condition. Some scratches are inevitable because the steel clutch spring inside the cap comes in contact with the body. The brushed steel is by definition a network of tiny "scratches" so this ought not to be an issue. These pens were made to take scratches with grace. As you use the pen, new scratches will inevitably come and will blend in with the finish in time. This process of "polishing by use" will make the pen more shiny. If you are the type of person who demands a flawless pen, and cannot stand scratches and are likely to complain about them, please do not buy a MYU or Murex -- or any older Japanese pen for that matter since they all have that steel clutch spring inside the cap. It will only cause problems for you and the seller.






Item ST 6627: New old stock steel Trident

With original price sticker. Some tiny pits of corrosion around the nib section which will not affect the function of the pen. You really wouldn't even notice without magnification.

trident

trident

trident

trident

The Sailor steel Trident pen (item ST6627) is $190.00 plus shipping.






Item ST1900B: New old stock steel Trident

With original price sticker

Trident

Trident

The Sailor steel Trident pen (item ST81001) is $220.00 plus shipping.






Item PMY 6626: Pilot MYU 701 (M-350SS) with fine nib which is still sealed in cellophane sleeve from the factory.

Still sealed in its original cellophane sleeve from the factory. This pen has not been touched by human hands since it left the Pilot factory in the 70's or early '80s.

myu

myu

The sealed new old stock Pilot fine nib MYU 701 pen (Item PMY 6626) is $410.00 USD plus shipping.






Item PMY 61006B: Pilot MYU 701 (M-350SS) with medium nib

Comes with its original price sticker.

MYU

MYU

MYU

The new old stock Pilot fine nib MYU 701 pen (Item PMY 61006B) is $400.00 USD plus shipping.






Item PMY 7201: Pilot MYU 701 (M-350SS) with medium nib which is still sealed in cellophane sleeve from the factory.

Still sealed in its original cellophane sleeve from the factory. This pen has not been touched by human hands since it left the Pilot factory in the 70's or early '80s.

pen

The sealed new old stock Pilot fine nib MYU 701 pen (Item PMY 7201) is SOLD






Item PMYS 6715: Pilot Striped MYU 701 (M-500BS) with fine nib

Comes in its original cellophane sleeve with its original price sticker. The sleeve was open, so I removed the pen to take photos. Then I put it back in its sleeve.

MYU striped

MYU striped

MYU striped

The new old stock Pilot fine nib Striped MYU (Item PMYS 6715) is $510.00 USD plus shipping .






I can include a Pilot/Namiki converter for an extra $5.00 each, or a Sailor converter for $8.00 each.



Ordering information

How to order:
Send an e-mail to japanpencollector@gmail.com to inquire about the pen's availability and price. The shipping fee will depend upon where you live.

Shipping Fees (as of June 2016)

EMS International Express Mail Service: Fast shipping from Japan, handled as High priority mail, includes tracking number, and is insured against loss, theft, damage. These fees cover up to three pens in one shipment.

Asia N. America
Australasia
Europe
Middle East
S. America
Africa
$14.00 $20.00 $22.00 $24.00

Standard airmail to anywhere in the world: $5.00 USD
Usually arrives in a week or so, but can sometimes take much longer. No tracking or insurance. You can choose this option, but at your own risk.




Payment Options:
  • Paypal
    U.S. DOLLARS ONLY
    Please do not pay in Japanese yen!

  • Postal International Money Orders
    (you get them from the Post Office; ask me about the payee name before you fill it out).



There may be other payment options, but you would need to contact me first.