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  1. writepen

    The Back Room-Expanded

    Hello Fellow Members! World-Famous Fountain Pen Hospital in New York City, the Leader in fountain pen sales and service since 1946, has once again created a new experience for their customers. And if you have shopped in the FPH online Back Room, you know what I mean, and now the incredible pens and prices are available at the new, in-store Back Room. So If you are visiting New York City, have great fun with a memorable adventure at FPH, and see the Back Room in person. I can't wait for my return trip to their store--they treat you like royalty!
  2. I'm very likely going to the Pen Expo at the Fountain Pen Hospital on Warren Street on the 14th. Is anyone else attending?
  3. Nautical_Twilight

    Parker Premier

    So, trip report time. Yesterday, I went to the Fountain Pen Hospital in NYC and purchased a Parker Premier. I wasn't initially drawn to the Parker brand because it had in my mind a cheap drugstore reputation, but I liked the way the Pemier felt and the way it wrote. It's a heavy pen because of a brass base, but it's pretty well balanced. Posting the cap changes the balance slightly. I like the weight, though I'm not sure everyone would. It has an 18kt gold nib and I got a medium. The nib is butter smooth on good paper and (bleep) paper alike.
  4. Ladies and gentlemen, the NYTimes posted a lovely article this morning on the find folks at the Fountain Pen Hospital. Take a look below and enjoy! https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/15/nyregion/fountain-pen-hospital-manhattan.html?emc=eta1
  5. This is one of my all time favorite blue, and I always have several pens filled with it. I think I definitely love it more now than when I wrote the review, which was over a year ago. http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/xq90/673/CkHYfi.jpg I do have to note, of the three bottles I have, two of them are exactly the same, but the third has a major violet shift, which I feel is even out of Nathan's regular range of making every bottle unique. It's still an awesome ink, just more violet than the other two bottles.
  6. lightless

    Fph Holiday Pen Expo?

    FPH is announcing a Holiday Pen Expo December 5th through 7th, 9 to 5. Though posting about it serves as re-announcement, I just wanted to know what I might expect from something like this (pen overload?), having never gone to a pen fair or show. I'm guessing there'll be special pricing? What's usually seen vs. MSRP at these events?
  7. i got this pen in manila yesterday from the US. very nice pen and packaging (we know how CS packaging can go over the top--this diamond-shaped box actually goes into a larger rectangular box, which i had to leave in the US for easier shipping): http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3812/9584974513_3d85396575_z.jpg http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3714/9584976631_997d3200f3_z.jpg http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7384/9584981467_c88842f816_z.jpg it's a bit shorter than CS' flagship churchill, but a lot heavier; almost feels like marble. what attracted me too was its tortoise-y "bracken" color, a perennial favorite of mine (my churchill is bracken, too). and as i've learned to expect from my CS pens, the medium nib wrote smoothly out of the box. this pen came out in 2006 in a limited edition of 60 pens, to mark the 60th anniversary of new york city's famous fountain pen hospital. this is 11/60 (found the tiny imprint near the top of the cap). from what i can gather online, it was originally priced at around $600. (i got this on ebay for a fraction of that, so while i could make a tidy profit by selling it, as i'd first intended, it makes more sense for me to keep it in the collection, because i'm not likely going to see another one appear on the market at that price, if i ever see one again.)

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