Ruth like you told me, Pictures of the Quink or it never happened..
Okay here you go (sorry, I couldn't do it sooner because I've spent several hours on the phone fighting with Kenmore about their cr*p appliances -- and even cr*ppier customer service). Had to download video of what my washer is doing (actually, more like what it's NOT doing) and then post it to FB Messenger on Kenmore's page. "Oh, it's out of warranty so we don't actually give a cr*p, we'll just charge you money for the diagnostics and then even more for the repairs...." (They'll care when I sue them....)
Sigh. Back to more pleasant matters: pixs of vintage inks from recent purchases. The Quink I bought last week. Five bucks. (They were $2 apiece but the woman in the store let me have six for the $5).
All two oz. bottles. Several are full, a couple are nearly full. And just because I was taking photos anyway:
Skrip bottle is about 2/3 full; the two Carter's bottles are each about half full. Picked those up a couple of weekends ago.
Mind you, I have no idea if any of it is full strength or reconstituted. I think the other bottle of V-Black I have has been reconstituted at least some, because it's more like a dark grey. One of the bottles of Microfilm Black I already had has a blue-ish undertone to it, but otherwise are fine as far as I can tell.
Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth
"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."