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Pen of the Day: Montblanc Heritage 1912 with Sailor Sakura-Mori

Montblanc Heritage 1912 with broad nib. This is one of my favorite pens, with its updated safety-filler design and its pleasantly bouncy nib. But today I’m really doing a disguised Ink of the Day. 57 more words

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Happy National Handwriting Day!

Happy #NationalHandwritingDay everyone!

As you might be aware, I have a slight obsession with fountain pens. As a young teenager I used to compose fantastic adventures in notebooks (instead of paying attention to my math class) and recount all of the strange dreams I had.   259 more words

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Montblanc Miles Davis Jazz Blue Ink

I’ve got a bit of a weakness for Montblanc inks, it helps that they tend to shade well and I love shading inks.  I can’t afford a Montblanc, I’m not actually sure that they appeal to me that much (I drool over other brands at the same price point), but their inks are affordable and just delightful! 525 more words

Rover 14k Extra Fine nib: a writing sample

Further to my post yesterday about the vintage Pelikan M400, here is a writing sample to show the versatility of the extra fine nib.

The nib is a Rover, 14k gold, in extra fine. 64 more words

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gift

A friend in Germany sent me this pink ballpoint pen from Faber-Castell some time ago. It’s a good quality pen, like all other stuff they make. 135 more words

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Fountain Pens for Days

A good friend got me addicted to fountain pens, a year ago when she sent me one for Christmas. I thought, at the time, that it was going to be something fun to use every once in a while, and I would quickly move on to other hobbies like I usually do. 271 more words

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