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First off, here are some photos: Nib: http://imgur.com/2vPuwy4Writing Sample: http://imgur.com/t7WFQ4XComparison with Sailor B: http://imgur.com/DW2lT1XHello all, I hope you are well during these strange times. Today I have a short review of my impressions of Sailor’s contemporary Naginata Togi Medium nib. I have been using it for the past month or so as a daily writer. Now, Sailor Naginata Togi nibs and I have a long relationship built upon longing and reluctance. I’ve always wanted one, since getting the chance to try one years ago. They write beautifully, but the prices have been getting a
Hi All, Ronald Searle famously used Montblanc pens to create many of his works in the fities and sixties. Below is a video that shows him drawing, using the back of the nib. Any ideas on what type of pen this is? The ink flow is amazing too. I have searched for a long time but with no luck. I hope that someone here can shed a light on this. Many thanks!
Dear Readers, In celebration of our 135th anniversary we offer a special nib, the Fritzfeder 135, for the Pelikan Souverän M800 and M805 fountain pens. Following our specifications the nibmasters at Pelikan manufactured the Fritzfeder 135 as an Italic nib with a broad stroke of 1,35 mm and a thin stroke of 0,7 to 0,8 mm. We offer the Fritzfeder 135 in two versions - one bicolor and one fully rhodium-plated. What can we say about the writing characteristics of the Fritzfeder? It is fascinating, soft, does not scratch and flies over the paper. The Fritzfeder 135 can also be used by left-ha