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Interesting! I just finally finished a fill of Sailor Kobe Taisanji Yellow, which is in the same color territory under conditions that optimize saturation. That is to say, it is much paler than these images when used in a narrow nib and on the usual fountain-pen friendly papers, but in wider nibs and on more absorbent papers it is a striking gold.

 

What pen and paper did you use for this comparison?

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What pen and paper did you use for this comparison?

 

Paper is Rhodia dotpad n.18, 80gsm, pen is a goulet B nib used as a dip pen on a dip pen holder for the first half of the page, and a broad oblique Leonardt 2.5mm for the rest.

 

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~ Eclipse157:

 

Thank you for your care in preparing this ink comparison.

It's helpful for my understanding of these inks.

Tom K.

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Paper is Rhodia dotpad n.18, 80gsm, pen is a goulet B nib used as a dip pen on a dip pen holder for the first half of the page, and a broad oblique Leonardt 2.5mm for the rest.

 

 

 

 

Thank you for your reply, and for creating the comparison.

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Thank you for taking the time to do this. These types of comparisons are very helpful.

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