Thank you Ken. I believe you are correct about the cuts and the thumb screw tensioning. The thumb screw turns stiffly and if I rub my finger along the arearpilla001
Interesting pen, don't see many detail pens with the knife hinge design. Not sure who would have made it, if it was Kern I would expect the marking to be oncollectingken
I uploaded 5 photos of a Swedish Detail Pen I just picked up. It is peculiar in that it opens and has a thumb screw to denote line thicknesses. The onlyrpilla001
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