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  1. Platinum has a new LE or SE (no idea) out in their 3776 Century line, the Shiun. The 4th in the Fuji Shunkei series. Meant to symbolize the purple clouds (ie "Shiun") around Mt. Fuji, a symbol of luck since ancient times. Diamond pattern on purple greyish resin, a demonstrator, as usual. Pictures leaked from a Chinese site a few days ago, now Pen Chalet has it in their listing. $470 (for now?!). https://www.penchalet.com/fine_pens/fountain_pens/platinum_3776_shiun_fountain_pens.html First seen here https://www.reddit.com/r/fountainpens/comments/gj43z8/limited_edition_platinum_3776_
  2. As the title says, Platinum is now adding the rhodium trim to the Bourgogne and Laurel Green, Chartres Blue and Black Diamond had rhodium trim options for a long time. Now only the Chenonceau doesn't come in a rhodium trim (considering only the regular line-up, not LEs and SEs like the Nice (Lavande, Lilas) or Fuji lines). https://www.reddit.com/r/fountainpens/comments/gk0rwf/from_pensachis_instagram_platinum_3776_bourgogne/ https://www.pensachi.com/pages/platinum https://www.pensachi.com/collections/platinum-3776-century-rhodium-fountain-pens As usual, Platinum charges more for their
  3. (Disclaimer: This will be a long review of my favorite pen in my current collection. If you want to read just the review, skip to Packaging. Plus, this review is going to be picture heavy.) Introduction: India is a land of great intellectuals and the longevity of the race to reach the top is pretty staggering. May it be an exam that can decide your future or a Periodic Test in Grade 10, exams play a vital role in a student’s life in India. This holds for Indians living in abroad as well. So, it started with me studying hard for my Periodic Tests 2 and I was really hoping to top and get a pe
  4. bla1089

    Platinum 3776 Century Legit?

    Hi Folks, I just picked up my 2nd 3776 Century via Amazon. The internal post that enters the converter in newer pen is black. The internal post in the older one is white. The white post is more snug than the black post. Additionally, there is a slight, but noticeable variation in color of the gold in the nib and on the bands. Is this something I should expect or have I been duped by an online seller? Thanks a bunch, B
  5. Platinum #3776 Century Review This is my second review, so please let me know what you think in the comments. Also, there is a review of the Medium version of this pen in Bourgogne, so stay tuned for that. Table of Contents IntroductionPackagingForm Factor and AppearanceNib and SectionConclusion (TLDR)Statistics · Name: Platinum #3776 Century · Nib: 14k gold fine nib · Country of Origin: Japan, imported to US · Model Number: PNB-10000#51-F · Color: Chartres Blue · Price: ¥10,000 retail. Available in the U. S. for ~$150, and from importers for $70 · Included Items: Box, warranty papers, m
  6. I just received a new Platinum 3776 Century, M nib, and have a question and a couple of comments. FYI, I'm a retired teacher, fountain pen lover and lifelong user, about to give up my remaining collection (high end Pelikans and some others). I wanted to get something to use every day now, and be comfortable with. I really wanted a Nakaya but concluded that I'd be too anxious to carry it around outside. I read many favorable reviews of this Platinum Century and watched youtube videos. I bought it on Amazon from a seller in Kobe who apparently has a stationary store, and responded nicely to
  7. I am trying to decide between getting a pilot custom 74 with a medium nib and a platinum 3776 century with a medium nib. To me, their designs are similar but I am not sure how their nibs compare and what the big differences between the two are. If anybody is able to help I would greatly appreciate it.





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