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Thread: Happy Fountain Pen Day: Do you use a fountain pen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AW Admin View Post
    I got my first Namiki Retractable from Levengers, and bought several more from them as gifts, but they're not as customer friendly as they used to be, and their prices tend to be on the high side. I've had great luck with JetPens.com, Gouletpens.com, and BirminghamPens.com.
    I tried the retractable pen (I think at at Fahrney’s in DC - a joyful place for pen lovers in that area), but the grip didn’t work for me. I fell in love with the Cross Sauvage range there though, and have rather more of those than any sensible person could justify.

    Levenger’s paper is wonderful for fountain pens, though I’m not sure I’d buy a pen from them.
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