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  1. Hi everyone, I am trying to buy some fountain pen ink and paper and I was wondering where you buy supplies for your Fps. Does anyone know reliable sources that don't sell fake supplies? Thanks
  2. A Special Edition Jinhao "Lord Venkateshwara" pen from House of Jinhao; Jinhao Model-601 A full Brass metal Pen with Gold Accents. The Figurine of "Lord Venkateshwara", is etched on the barrel and an antique finish is given. The cap has the "Vaishnavism" Symbols of "Conch", "Sudarshan Chakra" and the "Tilak" etched. The top crown has a black jewel on which the Sun representing Lord "Surya Narayana", is embossed. First preview... will review in detail in due course The Jinhao Special Edition Pen The Figurines-1 The Figurines-2​ Pen in the Box The Special Box
  3. My wife has a vintage Parker Vacumatic that is a family heirloom. Does anyone know of a repair shop with an online web page that "specializes" in "complete Parker Vacumatic restoration"?? I have seen Danny Fudge at The Write Pen mentioned here, and Ron at Main Street Pens . Are there others (other than the above) in the USA that are reputable (Vacumatics), do great work. Thanks for your help. jim
  4. I have a Conway Stewart in excellent outside condition. I sent it to a pen repair person for a complete restoration, new sac, nib tuned and polished. I got it back and all it got was "grease" and does not fill or write. Charge was $17. (restoration quote was $40) Rather than pursue with this fellow and waste my time, are there any reputable pen restorers, repair persons in the USA, with an online website, that I can send my pen to for restoration and nib tuning and polish? Thanks for your help. jim
  5. Hola! It took us time to plan and bring together the best indigenous fountain pen makers from India. We are finally online selling some of the best writing instruments. Please do visit us at www.matipens.com and check out the collection in store. We have a wide range of pens well spread across different brands. The core of our business is to build relationship and bond with pen enthusiasts all over the globe. We believe in providing the best services to our patrons and will hate to disappoint anyone who loves and supports our cause. Finally the pens from India will see the light of the
  6. GabrielleDuVent

    Online Academy - Pink Flash!

    Quite a few German pen companies seem to tailor a portion of their line for students, starting with primary and all the way up to university. The German pen company, ONLINE, is one of them, and they offer quite a range of economical fountain pens for youngsters and adults alike. The company is fairly new - established in 1991 - and currently offers two major lines: Young.Line, and Top.Line. The Young.Line is mainly purposed for students, with trendy styles and durability in mind. They also offer things like erasers, pen cases, and other pen paraphernalia. Since they are a newcomer to the Ger
  7. Hello again! I've updated my resource list with suggestions from Reddit and FPN. I'll keep working on it as more suggestions come in I HIGHLY RECOMMEND viewing the PDF here instead of reading this list! CANADIAN POINTED PEN CALLIGRAPHY ONLINE SHOPS Canadian Shops Aboveground Art Supplies www.abovegroundartsupplies.com/ Multiple in Toronto, ON Shipping: $10-18+ Free Shipping: $150 (ON, QC, MB only) Ships Via: Canpar or Canada Post Pens Dip: Sheaffer, Panache, Speedball/Hunt, Rotring ArtPen, reed & quill Pens/Markers: Pilot Parallel, Academy Viva, Faber-Castell, Lamy, Itoya, Pitt
  8. For a limited time the Online Vision Magic fountain pens are only $29.99 each. Choose from 5 great vibrant colors, each with black trim and a matching black stainless steel nib. https://www.penchalet.com/fine_pens/fountain_pens/online_vision_magic_fountain_pen.html
  9. Hi! I'm thinking about buying a Parker Vacumatic from an online aution. But despite my feeble attempts at learning more about Vacumatics, I couldn't come up with an appropriate value for this piece. The seller only provided the 3 pictures below - I don't know the dimensions, nor usability of the pen. The clip is sprung and there is a shadow on the left side of the nib that made me think that maybe it's damaged. The price is now at around 20€ and will maybe go up. The question is: Do you think it's worth the current price tag and maybe a bit more? Thank you for your thoughts. h
  10. I highly recommend viewing this as a pdf here. Any comments, corrections, or additions you can offer me will be greatly appreciated! There are some things I just can't find online in Canada (Nikko G nibs, any non-Speedball adjustable oblique holders, walnut ink...) so I also listed the go-to US sites. I was going to do a UK section but I'm tired for now. CANADIAN POINTED PEN CALLIGRAPHY ONLINE SHOPS Canadian Shops Aboveground Art Supplies www.abovegroundartsupplies.com Toronto, ON Shipping: $10-18+ Free Shipping: $150 (ON, QC, MB only) Ships Via: Canpar or Canada Post Pen
  11. I am from Bangalore and am a FP enthusiast and have managed to put up a tiny collection of FPs. I am interested in beefing up my collection little by little with some Pilots, Sailor, Platinum, Pelikan, Visconti, Omas, Edison etc. I have bought most of my collection during my travel abroad from ebay, gouletpens, iguana_sell etc. Wanted to know the experiences of other's who have tried shipping their products to India from online retailers especially with respect to the "Customs Duty" they have had to pay for the fountain pen. Is there an extra duty for pens with gold/palladium nibs etc? A
  12. Hi everyone, Whilst I was in Germany I bought an Online Event fountain pen. I would like to get a converter for it, but not sure which one. On the website of the shop they do sell one, but that seems quite flimsy, so not sure about it. I'm also new to converters, so this might sound silly, but would any standard converter fit into this pen? Any recommendations would be very helpful! Many thanks!
  13. Hi everyone! I've compiled a list of online resources for Canadian calligraphers that you can view here! This time I've posted a link to the document on my website, so that I can update the list without creating new threads here and on Reddit. Highlights: 29 March 2016 Articulations in Toronto will soon be offering the Finetec pastels palette, various nib pens, walnut ink, and sumi ink online!
  14. I was recently gifted this colorful German made 'ONLINE' pen set and I wanted to know more about its history. Anyone familiar with it? Blue/Yellow ballpoint pen Green/Red Fountain Pen (unsure of what size cartridge it takes,any ideas?) Box says " Online-Colours of My Life- Designer-Schreibset" -PhotoEditor
  15. visvamitra

    Smaragd - Online

    To be honest I don't know much about Online Schreibgeräte pen company. It was founded in 1991 by Alexandra and Thomas Batsch. It seems they're quite popular in some countries and their products are rather good. I haven't however, tried any of their pens. I've managed to take samples of two of their inks from a friend. The company offers six inks in funny and small bottles that contain 15 ml of liquid. I would sat that for 3,95 euro / ml they're not cheap: http://imageshack.com/a/img901/7333/8GPsUN.jpg www.online.pen.de I was able to put my hands on Samaragd and Rubin Red. Both are well
  16. Hello, I was wondering if buying directly from a brand website is better or worse than buying from a pen website. For example (if you are confused): I am looking forward to buy a Montblanc pen (probably Meisterstuck Classique). Should I buy it directly from Montblanc.com? Or should I buy it indirectly from JetPens or Paradise Pens? Thanks, William S. Park
  17. Hi everyone! This summer as I was decluttering my grandparents' home I found an old pen - looks like it might be a frankenpen. It makes a perfect repair guinea pig for me, because the barrel is pretty enough to act as incentive, yet the pen has no sentimental value (and apparently no monetary value either) so if I mess up there's no tears or gnashing of teeth The only sticking point now is getting the supplies. I would much prefer an inclusive kit rather than collecting everything over time, because every time I've approached a new activity that way, I have invariably ended up overspending





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