This is just a little suite of photos of my new and already very dear Yard-O-Led Grand Viceroy. This is the lined/striped out-of-production version and has a very nice customized italic nib. I was very happy to get this (second hand) for a very good price. I already think it is a keeper. As you can see it is a giant. Even the Lamy Safari is more than 1 cm shorter than this silver bat. A real review will come. These are just my fan pics. I love the shape of this pen, that it ages well, the shape and rough elegance of the clip that makes the pen more interesting than if it had had a sleek, over-polished, seamless clip. I love the curve of the section and the tapered shape of the barrel. And, the stripes are very stylish. But, remember that I’ve just had it today and yesterday. No distance. Just love.
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