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Accidentally found this nice store in Estes Park, CO. Coffee, Stationary, Ink and Pens. https://inkwellbrew.com/ The coffee was excellent, staff very friendly. They carried a nice selection of notebooks, journals, and assorted things, in FP friendly paper. They also had a selection of J Herbin inks and Retro pens. Have a room upstairs to sit and play board games, drink coffee, and I suppose write. I wanted to sit and write my journal there, but didn't have time. Nice, different shop.
https://federalistpens.com/blogs/news/the-federalist-pens-papers-19-new-site Here is the link to my latest blog- from my new Shopify Platform! A much better shopping experience! I am very pleased with this change! Even the "Back Office" at Shopify is a pleasant experience! a "One Man Pen Store" can run it! To minimize down time- I have also purchased the http://federalistpens.com URL- the old URL will also point to this site (as soon as DNS Servers allow it). I was actually reluctant to use that URL when I first started.. no disrespect to Hamilton! LOL! Visit the site- Read the Blog! More news in the coming days/weeks! Off to DC! (Same room as last year- first small ballroom on left!) Frank- "Federalist Frank"
Hi, I just found a Jean Pierre Lepine calligraphy box set and as luck has it, I cannot find any information on it. The set consists of 10 nibs, 1 wooden spiral grooved nib holder, 4 bottles of Herbin ink with what appears retro styling. All in a stained red hardwood box with a glass top. The box has the inscription"Jean Pierre Lepine, Paris on the front. I was hoping someone could share their information with me and the board? Please find a few pictures attached (not up to the usual standard on this board ;-( ) Thanks sxl2004