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Pen Shops in Atlanta

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#1 s_t_e_v_e



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Posted 04 August 2008 - 04:56

Hey Everyone,

I've just moved to Atlanta last week and have no Idea where to search for fountain pens and ink. If someone could help me where to find these in a B & M store then it would be great! I live in North Ave, so is there something close by.

Thanks in advance for you inputs,

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Posted 04 August 2008 - 05:46

There are three brick and mortar dedicated pen stores in Atlanta:

ArtLite on Piedmont (at least for now - they are moving in September) - http://www.artlitepens.com/
moderate priced lines with a few limited editions - Pelikan, Montblanc, Sheaffer, Pilot, Cartier, Waterman, Faber Castell
Inks - Montblanc, Waterman, Omas, Aurora, Private Reserve
ArtLite also has a small inventory of Vintage pens and several discount cases with new pens discounted about 40%.
Ask for Steve or Carter or Steve
Open Weekdays and Satirdays
Largest Pen Store in the Southeast

Total Fine Writing
Higher end pens and limited editions
Sponsor of the Atlanta Pen Show
Open weekdays but closed on Saturdays
Ask for Mort

Montblanc Boutique at Lenox Square Mall
Ask for Gail

Welcome to Atlanta Steve - have fun.

Atlanta, Georgia

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Posted 04 August 2008 - 07:43

I've been to ArtLite once (right before I moved from GA to AZ) and really like the place. They have a nice selection of pens and the salesperson was very helpful when I asked to try the pens. They also have a good collection of notebooks.

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Posted 04 August 2008 - 13:39

There's also

Sam Flax
The Art & Design Store for Creative People
1460 Northside Drive
Atlanta, GA 30318
1-800-726-3529 or 404-352-7200

They are open on Sundays.

You just missed the Southeast Pen Collectors' Club meeting at TOPS (aka Total Fine Writing) in Smyrna yesterday. Our next meeting will be the first Sunday in October from 2-4 P.M. at the same location. The store is open at that time should you wish to make a purchase.


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