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  1. northstar

    Senator President

    Hello, In my recent trip (two weeks back) I bought two brand new senator president pens one for using and one for keeping in my collection, had inked the one for use with the penman sapphire, today decided i want to use another pen, so wanted to use another pen, emptied it from the remaining ink and started to flushed it with water few times, and as I was moving the piston to release the water, the nib and the feed just poped out, tried to insert them back and they fitted very easily with almost no friction, thought this one might be faulty, so went to the other brand new one (never inkd/use
  2. I finally took the plunge finally and bought an Izumo (Tagayasan) after going through some lovely reviews from my fellow fpners. I could not find a review of the matte version at fpn before buying this. Here is also a link to my blog with some more pics: Platinum Izumo Tagayasan - Matte Review The Izumo series was launched in 2010 to celebrate the birthplace of Platinum’s founder Shunichi Nakata. The Nakata surname of course reflects in all Nakaya nibs. Coming to Izumo, the Izumo province is located in the eastern coast of Japan and is famous for its political history as well as ma
  3. This stupid site; you can't spend any amount of time on it without deciding that you really need an urushi pen. So...that's where I am right now. I've had a little time now with my new Platinum Izumo Sora tamenuri pen and I've decided to write a little review. Obviously, I am not in any way affiliated with Platinum or anyone who sells pens or services them etc etc. http://s24.postimg.org/zdeto75ad/IMG_4717.jpg The Platinum Izumo has been around for a few years now. It is named after a certain prefecture of Japan where they, apparently, make really nice paper. The pen intended to compet
  4. baxtrom

    (Platinum) S*n President Rk14

    Hi pen enthusiasts, my mother kindly provided me with a fountain pen that she had purchased some decades ago, probably in the 60s or 70s, which has a "s-n" logotype and the words "president" and "RK14" on the cap. I understand this pen was made by the japanese manufacturer "Platinum" but am interested in knowing more about it. It has a filling mechanism which I assume is a variant on the Parker aerometric system. On Platinum's website there is a "President" line of fountain pens, but they are traditional cigar type pens and are marketed as the company's "flagship" pen. So, does an
  5. Rhonlynn

    Presidential Pens

    As I read on the FPN, I found my niche. It's been covered here several times, but the website links don't often work. I think it'd be interesting to get a replica of pens (some are classics, still made. Some aren't fountain pens), the presidents used to sign bills. I want all politics put aside. It's not cheap, but it's interesting. I watched a video of Obama write, He seems to trace his letters with his fingers, then sign. I'm going to do a Google search tomorrow, no time today, I don't be near a computer. Any helpful links? -Rhonda
  6. eoutworld

    Venus President Adjustment

    This Venus President is my first foray into vintage fountain pens and restoration. It's in excellent shape cosmetically with the lever fully functional. I removed the barrell from the section and took off the old sac and ordered a new one along with shellac and talc. But until those come in I wanted to try out the beautiful 14k nib. Just dipping in the ink I was surprised, given that the nib looked in perfect shape, to find it very scratchy and with pretty much non-existent ink flow. Adding a little flex produces actual ink, but it's still not exactly wet and easing off the flex reverts to no
  7. I am a Mumbai resident. However, I have to sometimes travel to Bangalore on work. Last week I was being driven to a place on Mysore road. Just as we were exiting Bangalore, I spotted an old run down stationery box stall (kiosk) on the road side. I immediately requested my driver to stop and went back and had a look. I asked if they had fountain pens, he said only old ones, no one is interested in FPs anymore. I asked him to show them to me anyway. The one or two shelve in the shop were packed with old pens kept in polyethene packets, mostly junk. I spotted a packet that looked interesting an
  8. ran across this pic from the britannica website of calvin coolidge signing a document with what seems to be a small baseball bat the year is 1929 and the document is the kellogg-briand pact. http://media.web.britannica.com/eb-media/33/125933-004-6E30354E.jpg what pen do you suppose it is?
  9. Hello fellow FPNers, I am taking the excuse of perfect natural light conditions to write a short overview of S.T. Dupont's top range, the Néoclassique line. (I am willingly forgetting about the Tournaire pieces, that are, in my opinion, just expensive sculpture which mistakenly got given a nib for unknown reasons). This line is available in two sizes: the normal, Néoclassique size, and the oversize Néoclassique Président size. http://i.imgur.com/qeMVbZt.jpg From Left to right: Néoclassique Président : Magnétisme, Samouraï, Second Empire, and Shanghaï. Néoclassique : Dragon and Samouraï
  10. Am i misstaken to identify a bunch of Montblancs on the table, during the meeting of the president of the USA and the primeminister of Sweden, in Stockholm today? (4th september 2013)





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