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although I'm keeping an eye on this thread, will there be additional information about actual availability and price when the time comes, or does everyone have to pre-order somewhere in this thread or somewhere else?

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Does anyone have a picture to post with a sample of the purple? Or is it posted somewhere on FPN?

Not much discussion about it, and I am curious how it looks.

Carl

Do a search for Dumas Tulip and you will find.

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although I'm keeping an eye on this thread, will there be additional information about actual availability and price when the time comes, or does everyone have to pre-order somewhere in this thread or somewhere else?

 

No preorder, and no orders by email. Probably we will set up the on-board shopsystem, like at the time we had the LE pens. But that is not sure yet.

 

So WAIT TILL FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS ABOUT HOW AND WHEN TO ORDER. (and don't hold your breath)

 

 

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nascentcowboy

Wyche,

Thanks. I did look at the reviews for the Dumas tulip.. It doesn't seem to be a purple, but rather a wine color. Much redder than I thought it would be. I think I will still purchase it and play around with it. I am intrigued by inks that look one color in a particular light but different color(s) in another.

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Wyche,

Thanks. I did look at the reviews for the Dumas tulip.. It doesn't seem to be a purple, but rather a wine color. Much redder than I thought it would be. I think I will still purchase it and play around with it. I am intrigued by inks that look one color in a particular light but different color(s) in another.

Carl

 

It is a purple, actually, but is a vintage style ink, with greyish undertones, and not a very strong colour. It is absolutely beautiful :).

 

Warm regards, Wim

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This whole haematite/hematite thing is turning into a haima feud! As a practitioner of the crystalhealing arts, I only care that it is a trigonal hexagonal scalenohedral!

 

So, you two say you're sorry, shake hands and don't put ore of any kind in your fountain pens. - Oslowe the Peacemaker

I beg to remain, Sir or Madam, your most humble, historical valediction using, and obedient servant, Oslowe

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I foresee a third bottle of Galileo Manuscript Brown as a backup backup. I absolutely love the stuff! Probably a Tulip Noire backup, too.

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Still a bit more patience required, I am afraid :).

 

Warm regards, Wim

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I'm going to have to try some of this Noodlers - I've never used it but I'm hearing good things.

Noodler's inks are a mixed bag. You can't try one and assume that it's anything like another one. You can't even mix inks from different lines: for instance, the Bay State Series inks are very alkaline, so only can be mixed with each other.

That being said, I have a lot of Noodler's inks, and the ones I have I like a lot. Even Bay State Blue (also known on some threads as "the ink that shall not be named") -- I just limit its use to pens that are dedicated to its use, because while I'm kinda OCD about flushing, I'm probably not *that* OCD. And I'm looking forward to getting at least some of these, because I missed the last batch. :crybaby:

OTOH, the ink I hated most on the planet was also a Noodler's ink -- La Reine Mauve, for which I can think of pretty much nothing good to say....

Ruyh Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

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Glad to hear these are coming back. I completely missed out last time.

http://stubblefield.me Inks Available for Sample Exchange: Noodler's Black, Blue Black, Apache Sunset, Private Reserve Black Cherry, Sherwood Green, Tanzanite, Velvet Black, De Atramentis Aubergine, J. Herbin Lie de The, 1670 Rouge Hematite, Bleu Ocean, Lamy Turquoise, Rohrer & Klingner Salix, Sheaffer Skrip Blue-Black, OS Red Rubber Ball, Parker Quink Blue (India version)

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Oh wow - I picked the right time to join FPN!

 

I look forward to seeing the new inks; I'll definitely be buying "Starry Night"!

 

And probably the brown. :)

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Man, I keep worrying this is going to drop while I'm out to sea and I'll miss my chance... >_<

 

"Out to sea" = Navy? If so, thanks for your service!

 

I would think you could ask whichever admins are in charge of distribution if they would let you pay for your bottle(s) and hold them until you are back stateside. If they can't accommodate you, or if you can't order while at sea, PM me and we'll work something out.

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"Out to sea" = Navy? If so, thanks for your service!

 

I would think you could ask whichever admins are in charge of distribution if they would let you pay for your bottle(s) and hold them until you are back stateside. If they can't accommodate you, or if you can't order while at sea, PM me and we'll work something out.

I work for the Navy but I'm not enlisted in the military. :D But thank you!
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Not to worry, we'll find a solution for this :).

 

Warm regards, Wim

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