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  1. Hi everyone, (By the way, I'm fairly new to pen collecting, so I apologize if I say something stupid). My brother wants to buy me a special pen. After a lot of consideration and procrastination, (I think) I have decided on the Montblanc Writers Edition Shakespeare pen. It's a beautiful pen, and given that it commemorates Shakespeare, I don't think it will ever go out of style (of course, it's a gift from my brother, not an investment -- I'm not really expecting to part with it in my lifetime). When I was first looking, I could buy the fountain pen (Fine nib) for around $950 (
  2. Sooo, I'm actually supposed to be reading King Lear right now... But I'm in too light a mood for the storm soliloquy at the moment, and quickly got sidetracked with deciding which ink to put in my freshly-washed pen to take notes with. I started thinking about which colour in my collection could be best associated with Cordelia's character, specifically because she can be interpreted in so many ways (partly depending on which text you're perusing), from saintly to a sovereign waging war against her own family. A complex character would require a complex ink, I think, and the new pastel Sailor
  3. We are thrilled to announce that we have just restocked our supply of Montblanc William Shakespeare Velvet Red Ink! This ink is a beautiful shader. It's a mature and romantic red with some moody burgundy undertones. It will looks supurb in medium to flex nibs and puts down a delightful bright red line with extra-fine and fine points. Montblanc William Shakespeare Velvet Red is available on our website and at our Maryland locations at this time. http://www.penboutique.com/montblanc-writers-edition-william-shakespeare-velvet-red-ink-bottle.html Best, The Pen Boutique Team http://i.imgu
  4. Hi everyone, I'm a fairly new and definitely inexperienced collector (and I'm 21-years-old). I've loved pens for several years, but I don't have a lot of money to spend on pens. However, something amazing happened: long story short, my brother (not a pen collector) wants to give me ~$1,000 to buy the pen of my dreams. This isn't a minor decision for me -- this pen will become, by far, the most expensive thing I own. The problem? I had no clue I'd ever have this much money to spend on a pen. And so I really don't know what to get. My brother and I went to the MB store and we looked at the
  5. We just received in our first batch of Montblanc Shakespeare Red Velvet 35ml ink bottles. It's truly stunning and I've been using it all morning for my notes (perks of working at a pen store!). Feel free to place an order here or to give us a call at 410-992-3272. Check out swatches of this ink. Best, Rachel Pen Boutique

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