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  1. I found replacement caps for my favorite 4 oz Schaeffer Skrip ink bottles! Unfortunately, they came in a pack of sixty. I now have enough for several lifetimes. If anyone needs caps to replace the rusty metal one on your vintage 4 oz Skrip bottle, just let me know, I want to share.
  2. Hello I come to ask your opinion about the state of two vintage sheaffer skrip ink bottles possibly from the 90's. I bought two jars, one brown and one blue, the brown has the great ink well, my concern is that the brown is no longer that color, currently has a greenish color. The lid of both bottles is not rusty, if I had to describe the smell of the box and bottle, I would say that it is old or old book because of the cardboard, I suppose, when I opened both bottles they smell old like cardboard or the bottle in its exterior .The first print on the top layer of the ink looks normal and cle
  3. Hi everyone, I was wondering if I was about to commit what some of you might call a "crime against humanity", do you think it is sacrilegious to remove the label from an old Sheaffer Skrip Bottle that has an inkwell? I intend to use the bottle for storing different black inks and I mostly bought it for utilitarian purposes because it is great design and bottles like that just aren't made anymore. But I also know it's place in history and was wondering if I was about to ruin an object that has in some sense, historical significance even if it is still quite common... Here's what it looks
  4. Saw a pic of the top of an old Skrip Permanent Red, and it says this: Sounds fantastic! Does anyone know to what this is referring, did it work, and does the modern Red Skrip still contain anything like this?!
  5. Hello All, A little while ago, I bought a vintage Sheaffer's Skrip bottle of #82 washable purple ink. I purchased it more for the bottle's built-in inkwell, and thought the remaining ink would be a nice bonus. After I tried it I realized that, although nice, it just wasn't a shade of purple that I liked. But, that might be your gain! Details on the ink characteristics are below. But first, the rules: - TWO lucky folks will win ink. I'll be giving each person 15ml of washable purple ink (5 vials with 3ml each) - Open to Continental US only, free first-class shipping. - Enter by simply p
  6. Well ink loving friends, here is a review of some vintage Sheaffer's Skrip Permanent Blue Black with RC-35! There are some older reviews on our site, but not many. Let me share the story of my acquisition. Attending a preview for a living auction of someone in our area moving to an assisted living in Florida, I discovered a secretary's desk. It had been repainted a muted green, though I fail to understand the mentality that wishes to cover beautiful old, dark wood. The auctioneers weren't going to bother offering the contents separately, so near the end of the long day it came for sale. The
  7. chromantic

    Sheaffer Skrip Red Cartridge

    I know this ink has been reviewed several times already but I was so impressed with it I couldn't resist adding one. Skrip Red is a lovely dark red that shades nicely on the 24 lb. copy paper of the test, less shading, more even, darker line on the 20 lb. at work, shades more on better paper. I would say the color is like a cranberry red, it's definitely not a bright red, like Diamine Ruby. I was initially reminded of Levenger Claret but once I actually compared them, Claret is much darker. It looks somewhat similar to the scan of Cult Pens' Deep Dark Red in cybaea's review. Like the Skrip
  8. Sailor Kenshin

    Classic Penmaker Inks: Wet Or Dry?

    Having finally stuck my toe in the water of pen restoration, I need to pick a Test Ink. Here are the ones I have available right now, and I'd like to know which run wet, and which run dry. Skrip (Slovenia) Blue Skrip (Slovenia) Blue-Black Parker Quink Blue-Black Parker Quink Black Waterman Florida Blue (which, I freely admit, I'm kinda hoarding) Waterman Blue-Black (ditto) Waterman South Seas Blue (yup, the same) Waterman Black I have some Pelikan inks but I already know they're dry. Thanks for any insight!
  9. akszugor

    Sheaffer: Skrip Turquoise

    http://inks.pencyklopedia.pl/wp-content/uploads/Sheaffer-Skrip-Turquoise-kleks.png I present test ink Sheaffer Skrip Turquoise a very nice shade of turquoise, resembling a clean lagoon. Ink writes very well, the parameters is also very good. Drying also very good. Traditional, popular, available at an affordable price. What more could you want? Highly recommended. Manufacturer: Sheaffer Series, colour: Skrip Turquoise Pen: Waterman Hemisphere, nib "F" Paper: Image Volume (80 g / m2) Specifications: Flow rate: good Lubrication: good Bleed through: possible poin
  10. akszugor

    Sheaffer: Skrip Red

    http://inks.pencyklopedia.pl/wp-content/uploads/Sheaffer-Skrip-Red-nazwa.png I present to test the ink Sheaffer Skrip Red with a beautiful, highly saturated red color. Ink writing very perfectly. Swimmingly nib flows on paper. Good drying, no bleed through even worse photocopying paper. So far underestimated inks Sheaffer, from today it will change, I guarantee. Highly recommended! Manufacturer: Sheaffer Series, colour: Skrip Red Pen: Waterman Hemisphere, nib "F" Paper: Image Volume (80 g / m2) Specifications: Flow rate: very good Lubrication: good Bleed throu
  11. akszugor

    Sheaffer: Skrip Purple

    http://inks.pencyklopedia.pl/wp-content/uploads/Sheaffer-Skrip-Purple-kleks.png I present to test the ink Sheaffer Skrip Purple an interesting and almost pure shade of purple. Many people are looking for good inks among the exotic brands, and here under the very noses we have a very good ink in an equally good price. Technically also anything you can not accuse him. Tested and you wont be dissapointed... Manufacturer: Sheaffer Series, colour: Skrip Purple Pen: Waterman Hemisphere, nib "F" Paper: Image Volume (80 g / m2) Specifications: Flow rate: good Lubricatio
  12. akszugor

    Sheaffer: Skrip Green

    http://inks.pencyklopedia.pl/wp-content/uploads/Sheaffer-Skrip-Green-kleks.png I present to test the ink Sheaffer Skrip Green color ... some people compare him to turquoise. But they are wrong. Color ink is verdigris or if you will - green-blue. Inks have good a writer as far as dries quickly. I have no comments. If someone that verdigris to the liking, let buy with confidence. Manufacturer: Sheaffer Series, colour: Skrip Green Pen: Waterman Hemisphere, nib "F" Paper: Image Volume (80 g / m2) Specifications: Flow rate: very good Lubrication: good Bleed through
  13. akszugor

    Sheaffer: Skrip Brown

    http://inks.pencyklopedia.pl/wp-content/uploads/Sheaffer-Skrip-Brown-kleks.png I present to test the ink Sheaffer Skrip Brown with a wonderful light chocolate color. Very tasty color. For many people underrated. The ink has very good properties. He writes it very well. Drying also at a good level. Shading already noticeable at nib F. Nothing can accuse him. I honestly recommend! Manufacturer: Sheaffer Series, colour: Skrip Brown Pen: Waterman Hemisphere, nib "F" Paper: Image Volume (80 g / m2) Specifications: Flow rate: very good Lubrication: good Bleed throug
  14. akszugor

    Sheaffer: Skrip Blue-Black

    http://inks.pencyklopedia.pl/wp-content/uploads/Sheaffer-Skrip-Blue-Black-kleks.png I present to test the ink Sheaffer Skrip Blue-Black. But as you can see the smeared drops, added must also be some other color responsible for specific luster. I bet bright green. Ink admittedly slightly dry in the pen, but this is not a problem. He writes nicely. Drying at a good level. Worth buying, but you should also look at other blue-black. Manufacturer: Sheaffer Series, colour: Skrip Blue-Black Pen: Waterman Hemisphere, nib "F" Paper: Image Volume (80 g / m2) Specifications:
  15. akszugor

    Sheaffer: Skrip Blue

    http://inks.pencyklopedia.pl/wp-content/uploads/Sheaffer-Skrip-Blue-kleks.png I present test ink Sheaffer Skrip Blue with a very nice blue color resembling the bright side of the stone lapis lazuli. The ink very well with a pen. Writing is a pleasure. Very good parameters, a good drying time - is essential. Sheaffer everything meets. Bravo. Manufacturer: Sheaffer Series, colour: Skrip Blue Pen: Waterman Hemisphere, nib "F" Paper: Image Volume (80 g / m2) Specifications: Flow rate: very good Lubrication: good Bleed through: unnoticeable Shading: noticeable Feathering: unnoticeable Satur
  16. akszugor

    Sheaffer: Skrip Black

    http://inks.pencyklopedia.pl/wp-content/uploads/Sheaffer-Skrip-Black-nazwa.png I present test ink Sheaffer Skrip Black with an interesting shade of black, which can be likened to anthracite. The ink has very good drying time. For poor quality paper able to penetrate to the other side. Shading noticeable, but very weakly. But do not expect the black. For fans Sheaffer. The others probably will seek black from other producers. Manufacturer: Sheaffer Series, colour: Skrip Black Pen: Waterman Hemisphere, nib "F" Paper: Image Volume (80 g / m2) Specifications: Flow rate: very good Lubrication
  17. Hi everyone, posting my first ink review, I didn't mean to post it at all, made it for my personal reference but realized it could help someone decide (as numerous reviews have helped me), so here it is. I am sure there is room for improvement so feel free to point out what to adjust in the next one. I've got close to 40 inks so I will be posting more as I go through them again. These of course are only my personal findings and may not be as accurate as someone's who's been reviewing ink for a long time. I've only gotten into inks recently even though I've been using fountain pens for years.
  18. h.farmawi

    Sheaffer Skrip Blue

    http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n187/hfarmawi/SheafferskripBlue_zps1ae5f0fd.jpg
  19. h.farmawi

    Sheaffer Skrip Black

    Hello dear FPN members today i tested my new Black ink the Sheaffer Skrip used my Sheaffer 300 with M Nib, a good behaving ink, nice flow, really nice color ''not the blackest black ink for sure'' the Pelikan 4001 Brilliant Black is darker, not a quick drying ink need around 45 sec to dry while the Pelikan 4001 Brilliant Black needs 3 sec or so, nice packaging and a nice looking bottle for sure and wheen it comes to the water test its not that bad.... here is some pictures : http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n187/hfarmawi/IMG092_zps6d41c310.jpghttp://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n187/hfarmawi/
  20. The Good Captain

    My Blacks - You Know I Love Them!

    I have often commented about black inks in general but though it was time for a little comparison of the ones I actually own. Also, I've started using the Pelikan 4001 again and still quite enjoy it, I'm ashamed to say. However, the recent post on here about Aurora v Pelikan made me try the Aurora one out and I'm impressed. Along with the Aurora Blue, their Black is great in my Moleskines - I use F or EF/XF nibs generally - and they both make a nice change from my customary use of 'The Master' - Pelikan 4001 Blue Black. So here are my inks. All written on my usual Rhodia
  21. I have drive across my city trying to find a sheaffer bottle that doesnt have this, and i have not be succesfull, after open more than 7 bottles on different stores i have found the same floaty things in the bottle... so maybe this is normal.. is it? Since is the first time i use bottled ink.. i have to ask about it. another question, do Cartridges could have mold?? because it seems that is the only option i have if i want to use Sheaffer ink. (I dont enjoy Lamy ink the other brand i can get in here)





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