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already have a bottle but I can conform it's a nice well rounded color that behaves well.

Selling a boatload of restored, fairly rare, vintage Japanese gold nib pens, click here to see (more added as I finish restoring them)

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already have a bottle but I can conform it's a nice well rounded color that behaves well.

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Ink Stained Wretch

So is this giveaway still happening? I'm interested.

On a sacred quest for the perfect blue ink mixture!

ink stained wretch filling inkwell

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Ostensibly 'still happening'. And looks it would take longer than usual time.

 

Mehandiratta usually takes his TIME. :)

 

My post, however, shall not be taken as a entry.

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Khan M. Ilyas

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If this is still open, I'd like to enter. I prefer to use blue inks and this looks like a nice one. Thanks for the offer!

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Ostensibly 'still happening'. And looks it would take longer than usual time.

 

Mehandiratta usually takes his TIME. :)

 

My post, however, shall not be taken as a entry.

 

Bechara Mehandiratta is probably emptying out the Bril factory as I type...

 

:lol:

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Looks like a beautiful color. I would love to use it ;). :)

Our first winner is AMWfountain... First no. drawn was 3

Kindly pm me for address

vaibhav mehandiratta

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Seems like it has nice sheening, please count me in. :)

2nd winner is dragorsi ..

No. drawn was 7 ...

Kindly pm me ..

vaibhav mehandiratta

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It looks awesome. Count me in too.

Last and 5th winner is apatience ...

No. drawn is 30.. kindly pm me the address please

vaibhav mehandiratta

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Ostensibly 'still happening'. And looks it would take longer than usual time.

 

Mehandiratta usually takes his TIME. :)

 

My post, however, shall not be taken as a entry.

Ha ha ha.. sarcasm

I will take that with a pinch of a salt..

 

I was not well paaji for 1 week the viral has been troubling me .. cough and fever has taken a toll on me

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Ha ha ha.. sarcasm

I will take that with a pinch of a salt..

 

I was not well paaji for 1 week the viral has been troubling me .. cough and fever has taken a toll on me

Pray you get well soon, paaji. And thanks for the kind gesture.

Khan M. Ilyas

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Pray you get well soon, paaji. And thanks for the kind gesture.

 

all well now...

that's why winner announced...

vaibhav mehandiratta

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JaysonHarrington

How are the seals on the Camlin and Bril bottles... I have been told they should be decanted into other bottles??

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How are the seals on the Camlin and Bril bottles... I have been told they should be decanted into other bottles??

I don't know about Bril yet, but Camlin bottles have a metal cap that's kinda flimsy. It is easily bent out of shape when taking it off for the first time - it has to be broken free from the ring on the bottom. After that it may not seal. If it survives the first opening then it's probably OK.

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