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Manufacturer: Parker
Series, colour: Quink Purple
Pen: Waterman Hemisphere „F”
Paper: Image Volume (gramatura 80 g / m2)

Specifications:
Flow rate: very good
Lubrication: good
Bleed through: noticeable
Shading: noticeable
Feathering: unnoticeable
Saturation: good


A drop of ink smeared with a nib
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The ink smudged with a cotton pad
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Lines
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Water resistance
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Ink drying time
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Ink drops on a handkerchief
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Chromatography
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Sample text in an Image Volume (80 g / m2)
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Sample text in an Oxford notebook A5 (90 g / m2)
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Sample letters in a Rhodia notebook No 16 (90 g / m2)
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Palette of shades
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If you have interesting inks and you want to give a sample for testing - welcome.
We can exchange a color sample.

 

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Is this modern ink? Or vintage Quink Violet?

I have a bottle of the vintage Washable Violet, thanks to a trade with Jotteraddict62 a couple of years ago. And a bunch of bottles of vintage Permanent Violet, decanted from an 8 oz. bottle of the stuff I bought on eBay.

But I've never seen any modern Quink ink for sale other than Black (bottles and cartridges), Blue-Black (cartridges), Washable Blue (cartridges) and -- formerly -- Permanent Blue (cartridges). I used Permanent Blue exclusively for several years and until I accidentally left my first "good" pen, a Parker Vector, at my brother-in-law's house on January, and didn't get it back for a month. In an attempt to find a replacement (I was ONLY using FPs for journalling at the time) I found my way to Goulet Pens (purple? you can get PURPLE ink? Tell me more...), and then to here.

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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Is this modern ink? Or vintage Quink Violet?

I have a bottle of the vintage Washable Violet, thanks to a trade with Jotteraddict62 a couple of years ago. And a bunch of bottles of vintage Permanent Violet, decanted from an 8 oz. bottle of the stuff I bought on eBay.

But I've never seen any modern Quink ink for sale other than Black (bottles and cartridges), Blue-Black (cartridges), Washable Blue (cartridges) and -- formerly -- Permanent Blue (cartridges). I used Permanent Blue exclusively for several years and until I accidentally left my first "good" pen, a Parker Vector, at my brother-in-law's house on January, and didn't get it back for a month. In an attempt to find a replacement (I was ONLY using FPs for journalling at the time) I found my way to Goulet Pens (purple? you can get PURPLE ink? Tell me more...), and then to here.

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

I asked the same question " Modern or vintage ? " , but still no reply from the original poster.

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