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I recommend Army, Baystate Blue, Navajo Turquoise, Golden Brown, Widow Maker and Black Swan! Not sure if General of the Armies will be available.

So, what's your point?

(Mine is a flexible F.)

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Friar Whently

Squeteague

Navajo Turquoise

Army Green

Kung Te-Cheng

Navy

Something I found out just the other day: De Atramentis Forget-Me-Not and Noodler's Navajo Turquoise are indistinguishable in terms of color. The only differences that I 'be seen is that DeA is a little wetter and NT has a little water resistance (DeA has none).

 

If you're just looking for the color though, DeA is an identical substitute.

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Are you canvassing views to help you decide what to buy for yourself, or are you planning on essentially organising a group-buy?

 

Either way, these are what I'm interested in:

54th Massachusetts
Baystate blue
Ottoman Azure
Nightshade

Either Nikita or Tiananmen

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Hey everyone

 

The ink has landed.

 

Army Green

Baystate Blue

54th Massachusetts

Baystate Concord grape

Liberty's Elysium

Nightshade

Black swan in English roses

Kung Te-cheng

El Lawrence

Air Corp Blue Black

 

 

Prices are £15 each

El Lawrence is £22 and Kung Te-Cheng is £30

 

I'll be putting up the inks on an online marketplace on Monday, so let me know ASAP if interested..! I can bundle any if these inks with 100 sheet Tomoe River paper and combine shipping if needed!

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