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  1. It always makes me an interesting impression see how, despite the inevitable generalizations about the form of historical handwriting, these were completely personal in everyday life, as well as in our present hand writings. With my daughter Carlotta we have recently taken up, for a couple of chapters of her thesis, some key events in the history of Spain towards the end of the fifteenth century, at the time of the so-called Catholic Kings. Among the numerous elements that in one way or another ended up largely shaping the shape of the world as we know it today, there was certainly Fernando a
  2. Dear All: This is my first Omas. It looks like a Paragon. But the ink system is different with their website's saying. Is it Paragon? If so, what version it is? Thank you very much,
  3. fpupulin

    Three "tropical" Paragons

    My three Omas Paragon pens live in Costa Rica. I have no idea of how many others Omas fountain pens are in the country, but I guess not so many. I realized that I never tried before to present my pens with a reference to the tropical environment where they work. So, here is a shot of my three faceted pens in the warm light of a tropical noon in Curridabat (the Spanish name for the indigenous Curriravá), close to the capital city, San José. They are fitted with a Extra-fine nib (New Paragon Arco celluloid), a Medium nib (black Paragon with solid gold accents and a onyx wheel), and a Bold nib
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  5. Hi, I recently bought a Omas Paragon Arco Brown from 2000, the 75 years LE with a specific 75 years nib and "Symbol of Distinction" written on cap. Afaik, there were made 750 pens to commemorate the 75 years, but I do not know if there were 750 pens in total or each model or each color had 750 pens made. Anyone can help with this? You have below 2 pictures.
  6. There have been many threads here listing the “flagship” pens of various well known brands (see this, this, and this). I’m posting this simply to organize the information a little bit more attractively. To be clear, I define “flagship” as follows: A “flagship” pen is a regular production model (i.e., not a limited or special edition), which is generally the largest, most expensive, and most visibly advertised item in a brand’s inventory. Where no single pen satisfies all the criteria, a judgment call may have to be made on what (if any) product is the “flagship” for a particular brand. Obvi
  7. Hi guys, I got my NOS Omas Paragon Saft Green today, and have a favor to ask. I found that the cap cannot fully close on the barrel, which will leave a gap between the cap and barrel when I close the pen. Did Omas leave the pen like this on purpose or there is a problem with the pen? Thanks!

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