Conklin Mark Twain Demonstrator
It can be yours for about $200.
- Dimensions: 5.57” closed, 6.6” posted
- Weight: 22 grams
- Nib grades: Fine, Medium, Stub
- Filling mechanism: Crescent fill
- Edition: Lmited to 1898 pieces
More about this pen on Conklin’s web site.
One Does Not Simply Have Only One Fountain Pen!
Auhor: Kian Kay
Waterman Emerald Green Patrician
Waterman introduced the Patrician in 1929 just at the start of the Great Depression. The timing couldn’t have been worse since the pen sold for the astronomical price of $10. The pen contained many hand-made parts that raised the manufacturing cost. Patricians were not actively manufactured after 1936.
Patricians were expensive to make because they contained many hand-made parts. The pen’s design looked back to the opulent pre-Depression era. Competitors produced modern designs, like the Parker Vacumatic, that were both cheaper and more innovative than the Patrician. Relatively few Patricians were made, given the high manufacturing cost and the low demand during the Depression. This explains why it cost so much to buy a Patrician today.
Read more: http://bit.ly/1Bkoerl
Lamy Safari Giveaway
Pen Chalet is giving away a Lamy Safari, a bottle of Lamy ink, and a Lamy LZ24 converter.
For details: http://www.penchalet.com/blog/enter-to-win-a-lamy-safari/
Nexus Minimal Fountain Pen. Crowdfunding FP project.
Sometimes less is more. Stripping an object of all its non-essential features can deliver a more direct, raw, uninhibited experience. It’s like shooting with a film camera or driving a sports car. It is more uncompromising, yet infinitely more authentic and exhilarating.
The goal of this project was to uncover the essence of the writing instrument, to simplify it, keeping only that which was strictly necessary, in order to obtain the purest writing experience possible.We wanted to create a pen that would allow your creativity to flow unhindered.
For more details visit Kickstarter.
Leuctturm1917 Jottbook and Kaweco AC Sport
Vintage Pelikan Ad From Sweden
Can be yours for about $160.
Offered in a choice of three finishes, Black, Blue and Red, the bands of each pen represent the Roman coliseum, an icon of gladiators’ fights, while the top of the pen is a typical shield with the main elements of the gladiators: a net, which was used to harness the opponent, a helmet and a trident.
The Gladius, the famous short sword of Romans, is also represented by the clip of the pen, while the ring at the bottom of the barrel is the reproduction of the studs around the gladiators’ shield.
The pen comes with a steel nib available in F, M and Italic 1.1 size. Other nib options are: T-flex titanium nib, 14k gold nib and 18k gold nib.
The filling system is cartridge/converter. Trims are matt gold. The pen is also available in black and in red color.
Short Review in InkJournal: Diamine Mediterranean Blue
Parker Vacumatic Maxima (1938)