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FPGeeks on InstagramI can't get over how much the green enamel pops on this RiKwill LolliToo. The factory Italic Fine nib is pretty awesome too.fpgeeks1884by @nypenguy "I'm giving away my new Scatola Del Tempo pen case! Help me reach 2500 and I will randomly select a lucky follower! Repost the pic to #nypenguy2500 to be entered.. #luxury #montegrappa #omas #aurora #pens #pencase #love #contest #giveaway fountainpen #nibs" via @PhotoRepost_appfpgeeks1201A perfect pair if I ever saw one! Love the contrast of the Omas Milord Noir against the MacBook Air!fpgeeks1893Fahrney's just announced their collaboration with Delta to create this limited edition MOMO for the 85th Anniversary of their store. It's a piston-filler with Delta's Fusion nib and made from carbon fiber and a lapis lazuli resin. Limited to only 15 pens, it will sell for $995. Visit fpgeeks.com for more details.fpgeeks1652The nib on the 1912 is a little plain compared to what we're normally used to seeing from Montblanc, but it's much softer than any other Montblanc nib I've ever used. And that double broad oblique is a ton of fun! Visit fpgeeks.com for the full review and lots more images.fpgeeks1842From the FPGeeks Forum, user Manupropria shares his recipe for a glow-in-the-dark pen: “This time no urushi, its resin and luminous oyster powder. The receipt from old days: Take oyster shells and clean them with warm water; put them into the fire for half an hour; at the end of that time take them out and let them cool. When quite cool, pound them fine, and take away any gray parts, as they are of no use. Put the powder in a crucible in alternate layers with flour and sulphur. Put on the lid and cement with sand made into a stiff paste with beer. When dry, put over the fire and bake for an hour. Wait until quite cold before opening the lid. The product ought to be white. You must separate all gray parts, as they are not luminous. Make a sifter in the following manner: Take a pot, put a piece of very fine muslin very loosely across it, tie around with a string, put the powder into the top, and rake about until only the coarse powder remains; open the pot and you will find a very small powder; mix it into a thin paint with gum water, as two thin applications are better than one thick one. This will give a paint that will remain luminous far into the night, provided it is exposed to light during the day.” http://fpgeeks.com/forum/showthread.php/6922-Manu-Propria-Glowing-penfpgeeks16818If I ever start selling pens to pare down my collection the Montblanc Hitchcock will be one I'd happily trade 2 or 3 pens for.fpgeeks2055I decided to ink up this RiKwill LolliToo with Caran d'Ache Amazon. Seems to match very well. Anyone else match pen and ink color?fpgeeks24611For another pens & knives showcase, I present the Spyderco Spyderfly and the Lamy 2000M. They go well together, don't they.fpgeeks1777I love the big, bold emblem on top of the Heritage 1912! I just wish the mother of pearl lacquer had more 'pop' to it. For more details please see my video and written review at fpgeeks.com.fpgeeks1755
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