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Battle of the Big Reds http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5480/11931434345_5ea0b7cbff_b.jpg From top to bottom: Sailor King of Pen in Crimson Urushi, Namiki Emperor in Vermilion Urushi, Namiki Yukari Royale in Vermilion Urushi. They are resting on a Nakaya three-pen pillow in Kuro-Tamenuri Urushi. Introduction In his excellent comparative review of four black urushi pens, rhk had shared with us his opinion of the Namiki Yukari Royale versus the Sailor King of Pen. In yet another great review, rubyeyespenlover had waxed lyrical about the beauty of the Namiki Emperor. Yours truly has reviewed the
lawrenceg posted a topic in Japan - Asiadear all, I have just bought a Sailor King of Pens in what looks like a red ripple finish similar to the old Watermans. It has come boxed with papers showing how to use the converter and what i assume is a guarantee (japanese writing on a gold/ silver flecked paper). The ink bottle is "Sailor jentle ink" 50ml in black. The box itself is dark brown wood with the insert having a gold satin material. It is not new, i have looked on various vendors websites and it does not appear to be a current model though it appears to be the correct size The nib is marked 1911 21k 875 sailor japan and
PenHero posted a topic in Market WatchFellow Collectors, If you were at the DC Pen Show, you would have had the opportunity to see and test drive the extraordinary Classic Pens LB5 King Profit. The current finishes, Kaen (violent flames) in Flame Red and Tensui (raindrops) in Space Blue, introduced this year are really exceptional and the new colors continue that story. Following the successful launch of the first two LB5 King Profit finishes, Classic Pens continues and strengthens its working partnership with Sailor with four, novel, ground breaking diffusion bonded acrylic finishes, for its LB5 King Profit launches in 2014.