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First congratulate all for the enthusiasm in the forum. I present to you an arduous work that I have been doing since a time to date. In my collection of the edition writers, I was interested in knowing more limited editions of Montblanc, but I noticed that there were many that were not included in the small books edited by the company, in the alications for electronic devices or in the official web pages. That's why I started investigating. This is part of the result. This is a list of limited or special Montblanc editions. What I attach is only the index, or listing. The complete work has more than 500 sheets and hundreds of photographs, which can not be shared openly. To know a model, you can search for it on the internet and in the great majority of cases, you will give with images of the same along with some information. The investigation is far from complete, and may lack several items, or item details. Sit down with the confidence to comment, to be complemented. I have divided the different pieces in the different series of factory, but I have added others that are own criteria, to order more this world, very starry, but somewhat disorderly. I hope it will be of use, and better still, of catalog of purchases. Regards FAAMontblanc Limited Editions Guide Index FPN Ver. I.pdf
I've decided to try to collate the information found on the internet and my knowledge on Blackbirds. The guide is pretty basic and many statements are based on assumptions and guesses. Hopefully someone finds it still interesting. https://www.penexchange.de/forum_en/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=6332
Hey all! Five years after joining I finally got a FP and I love it. I always print (all caps) regardless of pen type, but would like to relearn cursive. I learned it in the third grade (many, many moons ago) and haven't used it since. I went through several topics on these forums but couldn't find a good guide on how to actually make the letters in cursive. I know "cursive" can be a gazillion things -- I'm using a Pilot Metropolitan medium nib -- and I'm not looking to do anything super fancy; just neat, fluid writing to increase my speed. All I could find searching here and on Google were guide sheets that didn't show how to make the letter, just how to space them horizontally and vertically. Could any of you please suggest a resource that I could print a bunch of copies of (for free, preferably) to practice my cursive letters? I remember a handful of them, but trying to connect them looks like a train wreck on my paper For clarification, what I'm talking about is business script (I think). No shading necessary since my nib isn't flexible. If there are other styles I've somehow overlooked that may be better, please enlighten me! But, again, I'm not looking for calligraphy-level penmanship -- just a fluid, legible, and good looking form of "cursive." Many thanks, engel556