But is it actually a limited edition ink, in that there's a predetermined number of bottles to be produced and that will be all? The opening post in the discussion thread to which you linked says,
That doesn't sound like it's intended to be a limited edition. I can't find any mention of either the survey or the product on the Jacques Herbin web site, in its current state, to confirm whether it will be limited.
The newsletter I just received from La Couronne du Comte does not say anything about it being limited either.
Yes, it should be LE according to Jacques Herbin’s own PR
”It's the announcement you have been waiting for - over 1000 of our most loyal fans voted, and the results are in.
Following this, we, Jacques Herbin are proud to present our latest ink, Atlantis Green, or in French, Vert Atlantide.
This ink celebrates our grand 350th anniversary year, is strictly limited edition, and with its dark intense colour, is illuminated with silver and gold flakes.
Intended for both drawing and writing, this ink evokes the lush greenery, no doubt, present on Atlantis before its immersion. It will be a fine tribute to Jacques Herbin, a navigator whose legend tells of his interest in forgotten places such as Atlantis.”
“We, Jacques Herbin, are proud to present our upcoming limited edition ink, Atlantis Green, or in French, 'Vert Atlantide'.”
Of course it could be Limited Edition with a large number of bottles produced to be available for a while to everyone. Like Pelikan Edelstein limited editions, as opposed to Lamy Petrol or Dark Lilac. It’s unclear at this time.
Edited by Intensity, 17 August 2020 - 03:43.