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This might not be the right place for my topic (I wasn't sure if I should have put it on Market Watch, but that was closed to starting a new topic), but I wanted to confirm with some of you who may have tried it that this is a reliable site. I got some Tomoe River paper samplers from JetPens and absolutely fell in love with the paper. The website has a great price for 3, 100-sheet correspondence pads that I was considering getting. Any experiences with this site are greatly appreciated!

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Paperforfountainpens is one of us and absolutely trustworthy. I've bought from him many times and the product is everything it's purported to be. The books are a joy to use, and every time I ordered I received my order in a very reasonable time.

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Last month I bought the 3pack of 100-sheet correspondence pad. Like everyone else, I only have positive things to say. My package arrived within a week. It was very well packaged.

 

I'll definitely buy from the site again in the future! (Those journals are tempting me...)

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Last month I bought the 3pack of 100-sheet correspondence pad. Like everyone else, I only have positive things to say. My package arrived within a week. It was very well packaged.

 

I'll definitely buy from the site again in the future! (Those journals are tempting me...)

Awesome! Correspondance sheets are the ones I want. With 300 sheets for $20, when you can usually only get a hundred for 15, awesome!

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I echo the others. Double-plus good.

Until you ink a pen, it is merely a pretty stick. --UK Mike

 

My arsenal, in order of acquisition: Sailor 21 Pocket Pen M, Cross Solo M, Online Calligraphy, Monteverde Invincia F, Hero 359 M, Jinhao X450 M, Levenger True Writer M, Jinhao 159 M, Platinum Balance F, TWSBI Classic 1.1 stub, Platinum Preppy 0.3 F, 7 Pilot Varsity M disposables refillables, Speedball penholder, TWSBI 580 USA EF, Pilot MR, Noodler's Ahab 1.1 stub, another Preppy 0.3, Preppy EF 0.2, ASA Sniper F, Click Majestic F, Kaweco Sport M, Pilot Prera F, Baoer 79 M (fake Starwalker), Hero 616 M (fake Parker), Jinhao X750 Shimmering Sands M . . .

31 and counting :D

 

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I echo the others. Double-plus good.

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I have ordered from them as well and have had a wonderful experience. I purchased 3 of the journals. They are very well made and the Tomoe River paper is outstanding.

"Today will be gone in less than 24 hours. When it is gone, it is gone. Be wise, but enjoy! - anonymous today

 

 

 

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Can anyone say whether, when open, the pages lie flat? I've been trying to decide between these journals and the ones for sale at Nanami Paper, and I think the binding would probably be the deciding factor for me.

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Jay's books don't lie quite flat when you open them. The Nanami books do. But since the paperforfountainpenbooks are not very thick, I have not found it bothers me overmuch.

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Has anyone tried printing on Tomoe River paper? I have a laser printer, and I'd like to print a faint dot grid or graph on it to make into a booklet?

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Jay's books don't lie quite flat when you open them. The Nanami books do. But since the paperforfountainpenbooks are not very thick, I have not found it bothers me overmuch.

 

Thank you, that's helpful to know. And I do like that the paperforfountainpen offerings include journals in a size larger than A5, which I believe is the largest size available in the Nanami Tomoe paper journals.

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Has anyone tried printing on Tomoe River paper? I have a laser printer, and I'd like to print a faint dot grid or graph on it to make into a booklet?

I tried ONCE to print on TR paper with a copy machine (hooked up to the network at a printer). It worked. I haven't tried it since so I can't attest to a pattern.

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Thank you for writing about Paperforfountainpen(Dot)Com, I was not aware of their existence. I am very excited to go visit them now...

 

Cheers!

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Always good to help a fellow paper junkie get his fix...

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