And now a piano laquer Maestro with a medium nib.
Up to 6 now.
An Exclusive or Executive next, or maybe a Blue marble Laureat, or a Bordeaux Maestro or....
Having added another couple, my little family is now up to eight.
88 Ideal black/chrome (semi flex)
C/F brushed steel gt (semi flex)
Supermaster Gunmetal gt (med)
Laureat mk1 black gt (med)
Laureat mk1 silver guilloche (fine)
Laureat mk11 red/blk marble (med)
Maestro black laque gt (med)
Centurion green/grey gt marble (med)
I just love them all.
As a bit of an 80s throwback there's no surprise that I'm attracted (unwittingly) to pens from around that era.
In saying that, I love the earlier French Watermans too, and, the later Watermans, and I do like the more recent Watermans...In fact I think it might just be Watermans.
Scotland has the most beautiful, colourful, picturesque, history laden landscape in the world.....It's such a shame that you can only see it through a rain soaked car window.
My top tip :- Don't stand up in a canoe.