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Hongdian LE in Sterling Silver


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I just couldn't resist! And I had a positive account balance on PayPal.

I have the first CdA LE (from 1994), so, I thought, why not the first HongDian LE. 😁

 

Bought it with an EF nib.

 

This pen will join several other silver pens, several from Waldmann, one from Otto Hutt, one from YOL and a silver-plated from Graf-von-Faber-Castell.

 

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Very nice! Were might one find such?

Searching HongDian Sterling Silver, HongDian LE without success.

"Simplicate and add Lightness."

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5 minutes ago, Karmachanic said:

Very nice! Were might one find such?

Searching HongDian Sterling Silver, HongDian LE without success.

The seller from which I bought is esybuy on Ebay or Etsy.

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Didn't know Hongdian also has higher priced FPs. Is this a recent developement?

 

Looking through esybuy's Etsy store there's also the (tho a bit more medium priced) Hongdian 885 Mount Qomolangma - one of its versions sports a partially black nib 🧐

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I got a message today that my choice is not available if I could change my choice (to the one I wanted the least).

I guess the seller didn't have any stock - despite I asked and they said yes, they have.

Probably, they just checked with Hongdian after I ordered.

 

I said, no thank you. At least, the seller reimbursed me immediately after I asked for that.

 

 

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