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A Well-Behaved Golden Brownish Ink?

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#21 Moruk



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Posted 17 September 2015 - 16:50

Pelican Edelstein Amber perhaps?

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#22 Mathematics Teacher

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Posted 17 September 2015 - 20:02

I am using Diamine Golden Brown in a gold Pilot Metropolitan with a fine nib.
The color matches the pen so nicely, and though I have had a couple occasions of slow starting due to the fine nib,for the most part it is not terribly dry, and that is in a Japanese fine. If you use a fine nib in a Kaweco or TWSBI, it should perform even better, as the line will be a little thicker.
I liked it so much, I bought a bottle, so I would suggest getting a sample.

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