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  1. This is a brand new platinum #3776 with medium nib fountain pen. Is the gap between the tines normal or bit much?
  2. Sakura FP Gallery

    Platinum #3776 Century Kumpoo

    We are expecting the soft breeze of the Platinum #3776 Century Kumpoo in September '18. Make your reservation because they will be delivered in a very small quantity. With each pen we offer a matching ink from L'Artisan Pastellier ! https://www.sakurafountainpengallery.com/en/boutique/detail/3776-century-kumpoo-platinum Enjoy your day ! Catherine
  3. Recently I have been looking on eBay for another #3776 to join my other two and I came across this http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PLATINUM-3776-The-Lantern-Transparent-Slip-Seal-Amber-Brown-14K-Fountain-Pen-/172623476885?var=&hash=item2831293895:m:mkHBCqKvkmE8tB0gypyk9qQ Now I do like the colouration of this, however, I am a bit dubious of the listing as while it probably is genuine and the price suggests it possibly is the phrase "Exclusive for ENGEIKA" has thrown me as while I know platinum make limited edition pens they are generally available from a number of retailers
  4. Platinum #3776 Century Review This is my second review, so please let me know what you think in the comments. Also, there is a review of the Medium version of this pen in Bourgogne, so stay tuned for that. Table of Contents IntroductionPackagingForm Factor and AppearanceNib and SectionConclusion (TLDR)Statistics · Name: Platinum #3776 Century · Nib: 14k gold fine nib · Country of Origin: Japan, imported to US · Model Number: PNB-10000#51-F · Color: Chartres Blue · Price: ¥10,000 retail. Available in the U. S. for ~$150, and from importers for $70 · Included Items: Box, warranty papers, m
  5. dragos.mocanu

    Pilot C H 91 Vs Platinum #3776 Century

    Hello, I'm looking to buy a pen from Engeika these days, and can't decide on one of these 2...Black Pilot Custom Heritage 91 and Bourgogne Platinum #3776 century, either with a Soft Fine nib. As far as Japanese pens go, right now I only own a Pilot Decimo and a Smoke CH92, both with Medium nibs, and I really like them a lot...the resin on the 92 really feels great, and the nib is beautifully smooth with a bit of give. I've read a lot of complains regarding Platinum's plastic, which some say feels cheap....I want to know if it's fragile/brittle in any way (more than the Pilot plastic)...I r
  6. Pencilcaseblog

    Platinum #3776 Century Review

    -This review is an adapted version of the one that can be found on my personal blog (www.pencilcaseblog.com). Visit my blog for more pictures, a copy of the written review and of course many other pen, pencil, paper and ink reviews. Enjoy the review! (Full Platinum #3776 review: http://www.pencilcaseblog.com/2014/05/platinum-3776-century-fountain-pen.html)- Japanese high-quality fountain pens have grown immensely popular over the last few years, which isn't very strange if you consider the great quality of brands like Sailor, pilot, Nakaya,... Unfortunately, most of them are also quite ex
  7. I was wondering if anyone out there owned a Sailor 1911 Standard Profit in the "Duke & Federal Blue" edition... I first saw this pen on eBay about 6 months ago and was intrigued to find another translucent blue pen a la Platinum 3776 Chartres blue. I stumbled on it again on Engeika's website, and can't stop wondering about it. The "Duke and Federal Blue" looks to be darker than the Chartres Blue color, and I in both the eBay photos and the ones on engeika.com that I saw, the translucence was only noticeable in the close up photo of the cap, suggesting that perhaps the resin on the Sailor
  8. After having waited close to 3 months from the initial order, the #3776 black in black with UEF was delivered to my home yesterday. As there is no stock available at the time of ordering, Platinum handled this as an order-on-demand. So, my #3776 black in black was fresh off Platinum's production. The slip seal and the friction closing of the cap are similar to the rest of #3776 Century line models. The nib is what this pen separates from the rest. I looked it with my loupe and the tines are in perfect alignment and the tip of the nib is created only an experienced craftman can do. I don
  9. We're delighted to have secured a very limited number of a very limited edition pen from Platinum: only 300 of these pens are available worldwide. Each Platinum King of Tigers Urushi Lacquer Fountain Pen is decorated by hand meaning that no two pens are the same. Featuring a hand-painted tiger on the black barrel, the tiger design is applied using matt charcoal powder and glossy black Urushi lacquer. Based on the classic #3776 design, this subtly stunning limited edition fountain pen is crafted by hand using traditional techniques. The Platinum King of Tigers Fountain Pen is in stock on our
  10. FPN, I just returned from downtown Tokyo with my new FP purchase, the Platinum #3776 Century Sai. As an owner of the Shoji, I want to continue the collection of the five lakes around Mt. Fuji as they are released as part of my family's experience living in Japan. The pen comes in the standard Platinum white box. http://i1297.photobucket.com/albums/ag22/augustfamily1/Platinum%20Sai%20Product%20Review/PlatinumSai-6039_zpsecdf956b.jpg Inside, you find the normal pen items: paperwork, two Platinum pigment inks (one blue and one black), and the Platinum converter (in silver). Different fr





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