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#21 sunnerd

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Posted 11 February 2016 - 12:21

My 2c... For WE, I rate the Imperial Dragon as #1, next Christie, Proust, Wilde and Hemmingway. 

For the newer ones I like the Tolstoy too. It will appreciate in a few years, as is the Mann. 

Definitely won't touch Dickens, Kafka (cartridge???) and I don't like Shaw, Poe and Fitzgerald.

 

PoA - lucky for me to get the #88/4810 of Morgan, no money to buy others unfortunately but I would like an Octavian if the price is right. Had the Medici for a week but it does nothing to me. 


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Posted 11 February 2016 - 18:49

My 2c... For WE, I rate the Imperial Dragon as #1, next Christie, Proust, Wilde and Hemmingway. 

For the newer ones I like the Tolstoy too. It will appreciate in a few years, as is the Mann. 

Definitely won't touch Dickens, Kafka (cartridge???) and I don't like Shaw, Poe and Fitzgerald.

 

PoA - lucky for me to get the #88/4810 of Morgan, no money to buy others unfortunately but I would like an Octavian if the price is right. Had the Medici for a week but it does nothing to me. 

I guess I'm getting the tolstoy :D Oh and yeah for Poa I know Medici is very popular but for me its not so special



#23 zaddick

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Posted 12 February 2016 - 05:43

My 2c... For WE, I rate the Imperial Dragon as #1, next Christie, Proust, Wilde and Hemmingway. 

For the newer ones I like the Tolstoy too. It will appreciate in a few years, as is the Mann. 

Definitely won't touch Dickens, Kafka (cartridge???) and I don't like Shaw, Poe and Fitzgerald.

 

PoA - lucky for me to get the #88/4810 of Morgan, no money to buy others unfortunately but I would like an Octavian if the price is right. Had the Medici for a week but it does nothing to me. 

I don't think Imperial Dragon is considered a WE. It think i was it's own thing for 2000, similar to the Qing dynasty in 2002.

 

Kafka is a captured converter. The worst of both worlds since the capacity is lower, it rattles a bit and if it starts to leak you cannot replace it yourself. It is still a special pen for me though as i like the nib and it is a 2004, the year my daughter was born. It was a father's day gift for me.


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