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Some of you may have been aware of the Namiki Yukari Grapevine I purchased from Dromgoole's at the Dallas Pen Show that turned out to have a Pilot nib.

 

To make a long story short, Larry Dromgoole arranged for an exchange of the pen for one with a proper Namiki nib. The pen is to be a gift to a good friend of mine who is a winemaker, and I'm sure he will be pleased.

 

I appreciate Larry's help in taking care of this, and I highly recommend his store to everyone. He knows how to take care of his customers!

Rationalizing pen and ink purchases since 1967.

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Glad he got it straightened out for you Jim! I hope your friend is very happy. Funny you mentioned Dromgoole's today. I received my Dromgoole's-USS Texas made by Noodler's TODAY. I am thrilled with that ink. They fixed me right up too. I already loved their Blue Steel, and now I have the USS Texas too. Both wonderful inks made exclusively for them by Noodler's. I haven't bought anything but ink from them, but after what you said, and my past two purchases, I'm open to buying more from them. They packed up my ink wonderfully, and wasted no time getting my precious ink to me with no problems at all.

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Visiting Dromgoole's was a highlight of my trip to Houston earlier this year. Got a great pen, but it was a lot of fun just to look around and talk to the fine folx who work there.

MrThoth

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Been visiting the shop for 7 years now. Larry and family go out of their way to make EVERONE who walks through the door welcome no matter how you are dressed or what you might want to purchase. You can dip almost any pen in the shop to try before buying, too.

Pat Barnes a.k.a. billz

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I have know Larry and his family for years and they are the best! They always go out of their way to educate and ensure that you get the best! If you are ever in houston it is well worth the time to visit!

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I wanted to provide some follow-up on the grapevine Yukari Namiki pen. I gave it to my winemaker friend, and he was surprised and delighted. Thanks again to Larry for making it possible.

Rationalizing pen and ink purchases since 1967.

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