Category Archives: rhodia

eleven italics

Italics/stubs/vintage obliques are generally very suitable for my handwriting – particularly when I’m writing letters and journalling. For notetaking I often prefer fine and extra fine nibs (or a narrow italic). They offer (even when smooth) some resistance which prevents … Continue reading

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pelikan 100 N – a new friend

  The Pelikan 100 N is a pen I’ve wanted for quite some time. I’ve spent a lot of time drooling over the PENguins gallery with vintage Pelikans, but haven’t considered myself wealthy enough to pull the trigger. But, I … Continue reading

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