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Fahrney’s Ever-Write ink


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What's the deal with Fahrney’s Ever-Write ink? I've not seen any reviews of it here, though I did see someone selling it. Is it someone else's ink (PR, Noodler's, Diamine) under their label, or something actually exclusive to their store?

 

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WTB: Ford's Patent Pen, Pilot Blue ink (Thai)

Also: Orthos Pens | Danish MB #4 nib | 1G Hundred Year Pen cap

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It has the same array of shades with the same names as Private Reserve, so I think it is Private Reserve ink relabeled .

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The names of all the colors in the Ever Write line seem to be from Private Reserve, so I would take a good bet that they have private reserve make the inks for them. In addition, having the ink be PH neutral also make PR more likely. Names like Cooper Burst and Sherwood Green from a ink made for one of the more well known pen shops won't go unnoticed by Private reserve otherwise.

 

Haha, looks like I got beat to the punch by a little

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Private Reserve makes the Fahrney's inks. The names for the colors are the same. The bottles, however, are different.

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Pbbt! I didn't even look at the names of the colors! :bonk: Just saw that the bottled looked different and wondered...

 

Many thanks!

WTB: Ford's Patent Pen, Pilot Blue ink (Thai)

Also: Orthos Pens | Danish MB #4 nib | 1G Hundred Year Pen cap

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