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  1. 2022 Fountain Pen of the Year? Probably not one of these...
  2. New Osprey Pens black chased Ebonite fountain pen Milano
  3. Greeting all. I just uploaded another informal review (as I'm not currently importing Chinese pens for my website). So informal, in fact, that it wasn't until publishing that I realized that I hadn't mentioned the filling system! These are cartridge/converter pens, unlike the piston fill Hong Dian Gray Rabbit pen I profiled last time. There are three versions: Steel Flighter; Brass; Cargon Fiber over brass. Regards, Norman
  4. Hi all, After 20 years in our home in Allentown, PA (and coming up on 24 years of HisNibs.com), my wife Teresa and I have decided that it's time to downsize. Although there are many joys of home ownership, maintenance is not particularly one of them ! Most of the upkeep of the house has fallen to Teresa over the years, in large part due to certain physical limitations due to my disability (physical, and perhaps mental as well ). Consequently, she's laid down the law that we need to find a housing situation where this is taken care of for us (I suggested taking on a staff of servants, but for some reason she didn't go for it). I don't plan on closing HisNibs.com, but I do need to significantly reduce a quarter-century of writing instrument stock -- to make a move over the next couple of months more manageable. Once we're situated in a new castle, http://hisnibs.com/images/HisNibsCastleFinal72.JPG I can then reassess how much inventory I want to carry and which brands, etc. With the current unfortunate situation brought about by the Covid-19 virus, importing from China is at least temporarily problematic, so I'll be starting my inventory-reduction endeavors with Chinese pens-on-hand. To make this more manageable for me, I'll be sending out more frequent newsletters to my regular customers (feel free to ask to be added to the newsletter list), with subsets or brands or individual items on sale at a deep discount. So, to kick off this Inventory Reduction and Relocation Sale (IRRS for those in the 'know' ), let's start with...DUKE pens and Pen Storage...and what's a pen without INK!? Rather than update the prices on each model's page, just take 50%-off of the published price on any Duke pen, pen case or ink on the linked pages. So, not to be too obvious about it, but the 12-pen wallet is priced at $24.00. It's now yours for only $12.00, etc. Please see more details here. As always, please email me directly at stonebri@verizon.net with your order. Regards, Norman Haase
  5. Although it references the now-past Valentines Day (according to my wife, this should be every day), please take a look if you haven't visited. I still have a few of the LE Conklin Duraflex Elements and Freedom pens left in stock -- as well as several other pens selected for the Day of Love. http://hisnibs.com/ConklinDuraflexElements3PenRandom_small1.jpg http://hisnibs.com/ConklinDuraFlexFreedomMain2_small.jpg
  6. I wish I had too many dollars, but I do have too many Dollars! I'm speaking, of course, of the piston-filler and syringe-filler versions of these neat fountain pens from Pakistan. http://hisnibs.com/images/Indian/Dollar/DollarBurgundy717iCapTop.jpg I've carried these terrific, inexpensive pens for quite a few years -- and they've always been popular sellers. However, I recently took possession of a large quantity at one time -- and want to move them quickly. It benefits me, and for a limited time, it really benefits you. These models have been entry-level priced at $15.00 for the pistons and $10.00 for the syringes since...well, forever. At that price they've always been great pens to introduce someone to what a piston-filler or syringe-filler fountain pen is all about. They also make great knock-around pens. Well, for a limited time (basically, until I make a significant dent in this huge supply I've received), I'm offering them to you for $5.00 each! See the details in my newsletter here. http://hisnibs.com/images/Miscellaneous/Alignable%20award.png http://hisnibs.com/images/Miscellaneous/Teresa%20at%20pen%20show.jpg I also won a little award last week for sharing a business story. As it involved an incident at a pen show, I thought I'd share it here.
  7. http://app.campaigndashboard.io/userfile/29cf0e92-774d-4ce5-a530-8c637318483d/HisNibsReadyForTakeoff.png Sorry for the late posting of this, as once again a lot of the Pilot 78G+ pens have sold out. Regards, Norman
  8. Please take a look at the latest newsletter here.
  9. http://app.campaigndashboard.io/userfile/29cf0e92-774d-4ce5-a530-8c637318483d/HisNibsThanksgivingRecovery.png My latest newsletter (and the previous one), using a new email software. I realize now that the Duke Bamboo page is not displaying correctly on my website. Hopefully I can correct that anon! Regards, Norman
  10. From the fashion runways to your desktop, the latest newsletter
  11. Happy Holidays everyone! Here's the link to my December newsletter update.
  12. Hi All, Even as I post this, I just sold out of the Online kits. However, I should receive my next re-stocking order tomorrow or Saturday! Here's the link to the newsletter, and the direct link to the video. BTW, the Monteverde Giant Sequoia and the Conklin Stylograph Matte are back in stock. Regards, Norman
  13. Pen World magazine gave me kind permission to 'reprint' Barry Gabay's article on Chinese fountain pens. You can read it here. The pens pictured in the article are from my personal collection.

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