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    Default Re: J Herbin Éclat de Saphir and Pelikan Edelstein Sapphire

    I did some other tests:

    This is one Midori with various nibs
    Sorry for the crappy scan...
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    Now on Bright HP print paper, you have a different result...

    Baystate 2.jpeg

    I just drew some lines alternatively one Baystate the other Sapphire...

    Baystate 1.jpeg

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    Default Re: J Herbin Éclat de Saphir and Pelikan Edelstein Sapphire

    I have been using Scribe Indigo for months now. It is a great blue. Before that, I filled every pen with Parker Penman Sapphire (have two bottles left), Asa Gao, or Diamine Sapphire Blue.

    I like nearly all of the Private Reserve blues: DC Supershow, Electric DC, American, and Lake Placid. I don't use Noodlers inks that bind themselves to paper, and his ordinary blues are a bit ugly.

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    Default Re: J Herbin Éclat de Saphir and Pelikan Edelstein Sapphire

    Quote Originally Posted by BlkWhiteFilmPix View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy View Post
    Her's my best effort at a comparison between Diamine Sapphire and Noodler's Baystate Blue. Scanned at very high resolution using my Epson Perfection V600 Photo scanner and corrected under daylight conditions to exactly match the writing.
    Full hazmat conditions observed.

    Diamine Sapphire is more purple and less concentrated than Noodler's Baystate Blue. I don't have any Pelikan Edelstein Sapphire Blue only Topaz Blue.

    Thanks for the comparison, Chrissy. The Diamine Sapphire Blue looks similar to Edelstein Sapphire.
    That's worth knowing Bob, thanks. I quite like purplish blue inks and already have a few that are similar so I won't need to have Pelikan Edelstein Sapphire on my possibles list. I think Aurora Blue fits into those that are purplish blue too. I enjoyed reviewing that ink.
    Regards, Chrissy | My Blog: inkyfountainpens

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