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Ink View: Upcoming Ink - Street Car Green By Papier Plume Nola

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#41 Jackokun

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Posted 02 May 2017 - 15:22

If you are happy; WE are happy!  

 

There is nothing nicer than changing your mind about an ink you already own & deciding it is pleasing after repeated use.  I don't give many of mine the second, or in your case the third chance.

 Second that! I have a few cases of inks that I have gone back and wondered , why was it that i didn't like it in the first place?


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#42 ManofKent

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Posted 03 May 2017 - 18:56

Thanks for the review - I've just ordered a bottle (along with Oyster Grey and Moss Green).



#43 Jackokun

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Posted 03 May 2017 - 20:50

Thanks for the review - I've just ordered a bottle (along with Oyster Grey and Moss Green).

two other great inks!


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Posted 07 May 2017 - 11:10

Well, I would say they got the color right. However, with the finer point pens, it is hard to tell that it's green, at least in the scans. It looks way more of that grayish color.



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Posted 09 June 2017 - 19:03

I now, have come to like Streetcar Green ink.  Took a long time and using it in different pens, but now I am a "lover" of the ink. C. S.



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Posted 09 June 2017 - 19:05

I like their Oyster Grey too! C.S. 



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Posted 10 June 2017 - 04:26

This is a gem of a store in the French Quarter

Great inks, pens (I bought a glass pen which I love) and great personnel. Helpful beyond reproach. They wrapped up my pen and inks so there would be no problem in carrying them home. Everything arrived safe and sound. If I ever get back there aside from everything else in the French Quarter Papier Plume is a must visit store.

​I recently purchased a couple of bottles of Street Car Green. Very evocative of my NOLA French Quarter experience


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Posted 24 June 2017 - 15:21

Ah! Thanks for your review! This brings me nearer to a substitute of Montblanc's Palm Green/Daniel Defoe!



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Posted 19 July 2017 - 17:15

Ah! Thanks for your review! This brings me nearer to a substitute of Montblanc's Palm Green/Daniel Defoe!

I need to look this further I seem to remember DD having a little more yellow on it, but I'll check!

 

 

This is a gem of a store in the French Quarter

Great inks, pens (I bought a glass pen which I love) and great personnel. Helpful beyond reproach. They wrapped up my pen and inks so there would be no problem in carrying them home. Everything arrived safe and sound. If I ever get back there aside from everything else in the French Quarter Papier Plume is a must visit store.

​I recently purchased a couple of bottles of Street Car Green. Very evocative of my NOLA French Quarter experience

 

I got the same feeling  :D

 

I like their Oyster Grey too! C.S. 

 

Me too! one of my top grey inks, and has a slight slight hint of blue

 

I now, have come to like Streetcar Green ink.  Took a long time and using it in different pens, but now I am a "lover" of the ink. C. S.

 

amazing !

Well, I would say they got the color right. However, with the finer point pens, it is hard to tell that it's green, at least in the scans. It looks way more of that grayish color.

yes , you are correct, will be a dark greyish with a hint of green 


"When I have a little money, I buy books pens; and if I have any left, I buy food and clothes."

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