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Correction...a Pilot Justus ... the more modern version is the Pilot Justus 95.



Thank you Inky Fingers. You handwriting is wonderful!

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As of today I am using a Parker 95, silver plated, made out of brass and with gold plated trim accents. I found this pen in it's box 3 weeks ago in a closet and I love it. I am currently using the cartrige of ink it came with. Would you recommend other ink to use? post-147702-0-33585500-1548511488_thumb.jpg

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For Some reason, I could not get the shimmer and chatoyance to show up in the same photo angle.

"We are one."


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Two vintage Watermans: a ripple #7 with red semi-flexible nib and replacement clip (filled with Waterman Serenity Blue) and a silver pearl #94 with an early rivet clip and flat cap band (filled with Edelstein Sapphire).

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I am absolutely chuffed by how good a job Dan Smith did on the nib on the Pelikan M600 Vibrant Orange I ordered from Nibsmith.com. Dan, thank you very much!



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This pen had a section crack but is too cool to not fix up flexible nib with more controllable flex although my writing doesnt really do it justice...got the original twist filler sacked and working fine.


Regards, Glen

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Prototype Namisu Nova in Comet Grey with an absolutely divine stainless steel Bock EF nib. All for £21.50 delivered -They're having a SALE.

No scuffs or marks on the body as I was expecting. The section however is a slightly different Comet Grey to the barrell for those OCD types out there.

My love for this pen continues to grow :wub:


(The ink on the paper is "My Griz" = 5 parts Chelpark Black, 2 parts Gris de Payne and 20 parts water. Useless as an ink, wonderous as a wash)

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I really love this pen.




Thanks Glen...Just think ...you are already there...And practice more ...My posts from 3yrs ago...Yikes!


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Hi, my name is Phil, and I would like to share some of my artwork with you. I turn and carve pens..Please check my pens and kindly respond with your thoughts and opinions. Any feedback would be great and I really appreciate your time and support: especially any suggestions on pricing my pens. I spent over 55 to 65 hours on each pen. Thank you for looking and your support. .


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I haven't inked or used my Lamy Safari fountain pen for several months now, because to my best recollection the Lamy EF nib failed to produce a line even as narrow as F nibs on my (cheap or 'premium') Japanese pens. I'm therefore pleasantly surprised to see how finely it wrote after I filled it with Diamine Graphite last night.fpn_1546829263__delike_wooden_barrel_penfpn_1546832039__delike_acrylic_barrel_pe

Hi there. Which are these pens? They seem really pretty and comfortable to use. Any chance you could post pictures of their nibs. Or a link if you have reviewed them.

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