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Sailor King Eagle nib

 

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a3/kmlstmoorthi/Nibs/KingEagleFrontal.jpg

 

This nib writes is like a reverse stub - a realy wide horizontal stroke, and a relatively thinner vertical stroke. A really nice signature nib!

 

Sailor King Cobra Nib.

 

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a3/kmlstmoorthi/Nibs/Cobra11-1.jpg

 

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a3/kmlstmoorthi/Nibs/Cobra10.jpg

 

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a3/kmlstmoorthi/Nibs/Cobra3.jpg

 

All I can say about this is - smooth, wide, and wet nib. Easily BBBBBB!

 

Enjoy

 

Regards

 

Moorthi

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Wow. :)

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Great photograph.

And how can this be, because he is the Kwisatz Haderach.

 

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Do you find that the King Eagle nib is usable for writing besides signatures? I want to put one on my wish list, but would hate to get such a nice pen (KOP) with limitations on what I could use it for...

 

As for the King Cobra... :puddle: :puddle: :puddle:

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Someone notify GP write now. BBBBBB and he's not kidding! FPH has the nib size listed as that!

 

To the OP, I have heard that this pen has been recalled because of an instantly amazing experience that comes with writing with it. Ship it to me and I will save you from all harm! :ltcapd: :roflmho: :roflmho: :roflmho:

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Sorry about the delay in responding.

 

This is pretty much a signature nib, unless one writes really, really large.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Regards

 

Moorthi

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Sorry about the delay in responding.

 

This is pretty much a signature nib, unless one writes really, really large.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Regards

 

Moorthi

 

It definitely does - thanks!!! :thumbup:

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I just remembered.

 

 

The King Cobra nib is also available in the special Sailor nib collection set. This is a set with a special ribbed 1911, a bottle of ink, and the full Sailor nib selection (21 nibs). Each nib is mounted on it's own section and the whole package comes in a cool wooden box.

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I just remembered.

 

 

The King Cobra nib is also available in the special Sailor nib collection set. This is a set with a special ribbed 1911, a bottle of ink, and the full Sailor nib selection (21 nibs). Each nib is mounted on it's own section and the whole package comes in a cool wooden box.

 

 

:::gasp:::

 

Where can one find such a thing?!

 

:puddle:

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I like eating peanuts with chopsticks...

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Thanks!!! Hey, free shipping! :D

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I like eating peanuts with chopsticks...

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Any way we could see some writing samples... :embarrassed_smile:

 

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Nevermind. I found this...

 

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That is an awesome nib! I am only a 12 year old that uses a parker 45 and a Lamy Safari! :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle: :puddle:

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