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  1. A-damreview

    At Home Storage

    Hello all, there are alot of pen cases, roll ups and notebooks, great for mobile storage, but now that my own collect is growing that I can't keep every pen on me. I have just been placing my pens that are not in use bare on my bookshelf, which feels wierd to just leave them there out in the open. I was wondering what kind of pen storage everyone uses. I'm looking for something that could hold 20 pens and preferably with a bit of a display aspect to it.
  2. I'd been looking for something to store my growing pen collection in for a while but the boxes that I saw were either too small or too expensive. Then I came across an oak, 7-drawer cutlery cabinet at a local auction which was a bit bigger than I was looking for but seemed ideal for vintage pens. The date engraved for the original owner on top of the box was 1874. They took a lot of care when engraving brass plates in those days. I stripped out the cutlery fittings and tried to make inserts to carry pens. However the inserts I made looked a bit crude and unprofessional but looking aroun
  3. I didnt intend to be the proud owner of this beautiful display today, a piece of luck really. From a closed shop this is the impressively solid 146 mirrored display case with the 8 versions of the 146 pen, together with ink display and huge nibs. All pens as we know are perfectly operational, other than the M they have only been dipped with clear ink windows. On the top it has come with 8 full bottles of Montblanc ink in, as I say a really solidly designed box. Its heavy! Not sure about the oversized nibs in the tray, assume they are used to show purchasers a big ( and heavy) version of
  4. Hi all I posted more pics of this purchase on the Montblanc forum but I just wondered if anyone else can help tell me what the big metal nibs in this set are for? Are they simply ways for the shop to show potential purchasers the difference in shape of the nibs they can then test? They are big and heavy.
  5. Enjoy this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ePawAGoXmU
  6. Drcollector

    Ladon Display Cases

    To the case savvy, Could anyone recommend a Ladon pen case? Apart from dimensions and etymology, no further information is available on retailers' websites. Ladon offers bold, colorful cases that look more like MoMA pieces than collectors' boxes, but gives no specifics of the materials or manufacturing process. They look like quality, but with prices upwards of 500USD and no reviewers, it's a tough call. Ladon Bolivar from La Couronne du Comte Ladon Carnevale Vivace from La Couronne du Comte
  7. Hey Everybody! if you're anything like me, you have a very specific way that you like to arrange your collection of inks on your desk or in a drawer etc. Time to show them off! Ill begin by posting mine and a list of the inks there. Please don't mind the tequila in the background.... Thanks -M. Inks: Lamy Blue Lamy Blue-Black (my first ink) Montblanc Leonardo (maybe my new favorite) Montblanc Toffee Brown (my everyday ink for my Montparnasse) Diamine Turquoise Noodler's X-Feather Noodler's Rome Burning (awful) Noodler's Forest Green Noodler's American Eel Black (my everyday
  8. I looked in the last weeks for a non-USA pen display cabinet, because the shipping cost to Europe and the EU taxes make too expensive to order it from USA. Geoff’s 5-drawer pen cases (pencase.co.uk) look great indeed, despite their prices increased with over 40 % in the last three years and the shipping cost (35 pounds, in my case). Finally, my option was a ready-made Spanish pen display case produced by Maestrorelojero Prasvalnet S.L. located in Ribarroja, near Valencia (no affiliation). I had seen their pen and watch display cabinets for collectors and sellers on many distributors’ sites fro
  9. parthjpatel

    Pen Display Case

    Hello everyone, I was wandering if someone knows where to get a decent quality display case for 60 pens or more for a reasonable price. I see so few options out there, but they are soo expensive. I am looking for something that is less than five-hundred dollars. Thank You in advance for you suggestions. - Parth
  10. On Black Friday, or around that time, Kohl's was selling a Bey-Berk Pen Case for around $50 (Originally $98). So I figured why not? I have room on my bookshelf in my office might as well show off some of my pens rather than storing them in their original boxes in my desk drawer. Here is my review of the overall transaction and of course the case itself. 1. Shipping/Packaging: Although this has nothing to do with the product itself or likely even the manufacturer, I thought it was odd enough to discuss in my review. First, it took about 2 weeks for this product to actually be delivered. That
  11. von Fraker

    Antique Sheaffer Display Cabinet

    I stopped by an antique store that is going out of business and found a Sheaffer Antique display cabinet. (photo of cabinet still in the store) I was able to negotiate a final price of $60.00. It has a few minor issues but nothing big. It has the original finish, the logo on the front is in great condition, no cracks, good glass, and has the back door with the original mirror. It is missing the top tray (pictured in the photo I have attached that I found on line) and the bottom door knob and latching mechanism. I am searching for someone who may have one of these as well that wouldn't mind
  12. dodgertwin

    Ferocase 56 Pen Display Case

    So I've been on the hunt for a few years for a nice pen display case that matched my room's black wood furniture. Embarrassed to say I first filled up a 24 pen, then a 36 pen rosewood display case from Penn State Industries. Loved 'em but the brown wood and gold knobs clashed with my furniture. Finally got a beautiful, compact black display case from Ferocase on Ebay. I was nervous at first because of dneal's earlier review. (https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php/topic/283326-ferocase-pen-chest/) The display case came in this week and it is awesome! It has a black finish and chrom
  13. Greetings. I am renovating my home and am considering using an available alcove (3 feet wide and 2.5 feet deep) to build a combination storage, display and restoration workbench unit for my vintage fountain pen collection. Some combination of display shelves (for the good stuff), cabinets and drawers (for most of the rest) and a flat surface on which to repair, restore, or just mess around with my pens. Looking for inspiration in the form of photos, design drawings or descriptions of other vertically-oriented home pen storage/display/repair units. If you have anything like that in your hom
  14. So, in the never-ending quest for interesting displays for our library (I work at the 2nd largest library building in Washington State, and the most upscale, LOL) I have been volunteered to do a fountain pen display, which will include books we have on the subject, and maybe some books about writing letters, fictional epistolary novels, blah blah blah. In addition to a few fountain pens, an inkwell, and maybe a blotter can anyone give me a few ideas of anything else I should include? I am going to a couple of antique stores before my display in October to find a dip pen (for histori

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