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I was definitely not looking to acquire a new pen! But when local letter press and stationer oblation papers & press in Portland's Pearl District posted about the "new" Sailor 1911 Compass in their IG feed, I immediately decided to order one. I'm usually careful not to make impulse purchases when it comes to FPs, so why the Compass? Lots of reasons: First was the color, which made an immediate impression on me. Though billed as "olive," it looked to me from the picture like it was a flavor of "lime." The picture was true to the real-life color, and I was ultimately pleased to add this oliv
AAAndrew posted a topic in Paper and Pen ParaphernaliaWasn't quite sure where to put this, but I figured this is as good a place as any. It has a pen, and it's an Eagle 563 (no "E"), but it doesn't write in the traditional sense, but it does work quite well at drawing circles. The pen side also flips around to expose another steel point to make this a divider, and the opposite steel point flips around and has a pencil lead holder. This was made by Eagle Pencil Company probably in the 19-teens - to 1920's. I was surprised at how well it works. You can only turn it in one direction, but it takes no pressure at all to draw a line. The
Pen Chalet has discounted many of the Dalvey items we carry from 40% to 50% Off. Here is a list of the items: http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_dress_wallet.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_orb_clock.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_barometer.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_grand_sedan_clock.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_explorer_compass.jpg http://www.penchalet.com/images/emails/15Feb25/dalvey_voyager_compass.jpg