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I did a search on the forum and found a US, British and South Korean ink (sample) exchange, but nothing that covers my neck of the woods (well, at least not in the 10 pages of results my search returned). I see pictures and read descriptions of inks pretty much daily. Many of them leave me curious about how they are in the analog world. Unfortunately, many of these inks (e.g. Noodlers) are not available here and I simply don't have the budget to buy every ink I'd like to try. I really can't imagine I'm the only one with this problem, so I'd like to know if there are other folks here that wou
Hi all, My ongoing journey to discover my ideal blues, greys, greens, oh well you get the idea... has resulted in plenty of unused full bottles of ink feeling neglected in a drawer over the past year or two. I'm sure it's the same for all of us, but I'm hoping this forum will allow me to find fans of these inks in Belgium or the Netherlands that would give them a more useful home, and in turn perhaps find homes for a few inks of their own they didn't fall in love with. The high postage cost for parcels here means it isn't really worth offering these inks on eBay or for sale. I'm sure the
Here is my newest find. A small pen of about 12 cm made by Conway Stewart in the 50s for the Belgian brand Le Tigre (Etablissements René Kintz). It has a nice monogram CS on the lever of the pump and on the top of the clip. On the body is a faint engraving with two tiger heads and quite some text. The nib is signed "Le Tigre 14 ct 1st Qual". I have no idea what type of Conway Stewart it might be. The lady I got it from got it in the early 50s as a present for her first communion. It came from the local high end stationer in the main street of Anderlecht. Does somebody have an idea on the typ