I’m thinking about getting rid of these. If you’re interested in one of 'em, point it out and I’ll give you a price. If the pencil has a defect, I will let you know. Putting them here before they go on Ebay.
That one seems to be a NOS pencil. Eraser is in tact, the plastic grip doesn’t want to come off. I suppose it’s because of its age.
12 dollars sounds good for you, plus whatever shipping is?
$34 USD, shipping I will have to see how much will be from USPS.
The one on the left has a faulty cap if I remember. Both pencils are in rough conditions, though. Would $7 USD sound reasonable for both together? What do you think?
I probably won’t be purchasing anything this time 'round, but I did notice a lot of your pencils were called “colleen nib”. I’ve personally never heard of this brand on pencil, could you let me know more about the brand and these models? I tried looking online and it appears there’s very little info about these.
I know little to nothing about the Colleen Jib brand of pencils. Perhaps someone here on the forum could help out. When I bought them, the sellers did not list any model numbers.
That one above it is a very rare set. I have only ever seen it twice before. Once on Germ’s old site and the one I purchased.
It’s pure nostalgia for me and a buddy. 84 Los Angeles was the first ‘real’ Olympics we experienced on TV. The eagle mascot was pretty cool.
Colleen is a Japanese label, out of production since ages. Their double knock series models are particularly interesting. Very cool for collection purpose. Sorry for the shallow surface level information. But I seriously love their style and the lineup.
Hey! If they havent already been sold. The NON double knock black and red (same pic, opposite end of the same row) colleens?
How much for one of the Ergonomix .5?
Ballpoint versions $16 USD shipping cost pending. MP version $18 USD shipping cost pending.
I might be interested in the black and yellow Platinum Hayaai and the silver Colleen Jib with flange tip (4th from left), but I need to check my specimens first to see if they have stickers. Both of your specimens look very nice!