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    Default What Pen(s) Are You Using Today?

    Hello y'all, I unsuccessfully tried to find if there is a similar topic already in existence. I also know this topic to be a copy from "the other forum". And I am too new here to clearly understand the difference between the two, and/or this to be/become an issue...if so, please let this thread die in beauty.

    The aim is simple: post a picture of what you use today. Nothing more, nothing less. It will provide many examples of nice combinations, and will give an insight in our average penmanship. Let's go!

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    Default Re: What Pen(s) Are You Using Today?

    There was indeed such a thread, but after a while, people seemed to lose interest. I can't find the old one, and don't know when the last post was made in it. Starting a new one and seeing if it catches on is not a bad idea.

    I have three fountain pens inked currently, plus an Esterbrook Dip-Less desk pen. But this 1950s Pelikan 140 is the only pen I've used today.
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