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Naginata Togi In 1911 Vs In King Of Pen

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#1 APO_G

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Posted 06 October 2016 - 06:31

Hi,

 

I'm interesting to buy a Sailor with Naginata Togi nib, but I wonder that does the Naginata Togi nib in Sailor 1911 large/full size difference to the Naginata Togi nib in the King of Pen?

 

The price is much difference, but both has ones that include Naginata Togi nib. Does it the same or are there any difference?

 

Thank you for the answer in advance,

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Posted 06 October 2016 - 17:56

The Naginata Togi nibs for the 1911 large pen are the same size as the regular nibs for that pen. The Naginata Togi nibs for the King of Pen are much larger, and are the same size as the regular King of Pen nibs. All are 21k gold. Your choice depends on whether you want the larger KOP with the larger Naginata Togi nib.


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Posted 07 October 2016 - 02:20

The Naginata Togi nibs for the 1911 large pen are the same size as the regular nibs for that pen. The Naginata Togi nibs for the King of Pen are much larger, and are the same size as the regular King of Pen nibs. All are 21k gold. Your choice depends on whether you want the larger KOP with the larger Naginata Togi nib.

Thank you for the answer :-)

I try to find out this over internet but couldn't find the answer. Maybe I would try the 1911 large first as the price is much difference. Thanks again.



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Posted 07 October 2016 - 03:27

You're welcome. I hope you enjoy your Naginata Togi nib as much as I have enjoyed mine. These nibs perform quite remarkably with Sailor inks.


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Posted 07 October 2016 - 15:31

Thank you for the answer :-)

I try to find out this over internet but couldn't find the answer. Maybe I would try the 1911 large first as the price is much difference. Thanks again.

Do you have a source for either pen right now.  The lead time for the specialty nibs is running close to one year. 


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Posted 07 October 2016 - 21:39

Do you have a source for either pen right now.  The lead time for the specialty nibs is running close to one year. 

 

Really! And there I was complaining about my Pro Gear with the regular 21k taking... A whole week.


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Posted 11 October 2016 - 22:11

Do you have a source for either pen right now.  The lead time for the specialty nibs is running close to one year. 

Where does that information come from?
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Posted 13 October 2016 - 06:21

Do you have a source for either pen right now.  The lead time for the specialty nibs is running close to one year. 

I bought it from eBay from the seller name e-sell_jp

Hope you will get the one you want :-)



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Posted 16 October 2016 - 13:19

I would try Anderson pens.

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Posted 16 October 2016 - 18:06

Where does that information come from?

 

From Brian Anderson in another thread in this forum. 

 

http://www.fountainp...ship/?p=3682366


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