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Happy Holidays From Edison….A Free Pen!

Happy Holidays everyone.

In the spirit of the Holidays, I am going begin an annual raffle of a free pen.

Here’s how this will work.

I am going to donate a free Herald Pen in Black Ebonite with a Steel nib, retail value of $250. Cartridge/Converter. This pen is shown with gold trim, but if the winner prefers rhodium trim, no problem. The winner can have the nib size of their choice F, M, or B, and I will tune the nib to the winner’s preferences.

I will randomly generate a winner from my blog subscribers between Christmas and New Years.

To sign up for the raffle, go to the upper right-hand corner of this page, and you will see a window that says…

SUBSCRIBE – Enter Your Email Address to Subscribe to This Blog

Enter your email address. Once you have done this, you will receive an email confirming your subscription. You will need to click on a link within this email to verify your email. If you do not verify your email, you will not be eligible for the raffle.

Be sure to check your spam folder for this email, just in case.

If you are a current blog subscriber, and already receive my blog entries via email, then you are already and automatically entered into the raffle.

The pen will be shipped free within the US. International friends can certainly enter the raffle, but shipping charges will apply.

If the customer wants a custom grind on the nib, I can do that at the cost of the grind.

By subscribing, you will receive my blog entries. Just so you know, I do not saturate my blog subscribers.

I only do about one entry a month. So I will not be spamming you or flooding your Inbox! And you can certainly unsubscribe if you wish.

Happy Holidays, Everyone!

Brian at Edison

Herald in Black Ebonite Herald in Black Ebonite

10 replies on “Happy Holidays From Edison….A Free Pen!”

Just want to make sure that I’m now entered in the contest. I’ll probably be buying a pen from you regardless in the coming days.

Brian – if your email comes up, I’ll remember your comments.

Steve – your email is entered.


Very handsome pen, great site! Krandall Kraus told me bout your site. Great looking pens — bet they wuld make more creative!

Glorious writing instruments! Must have a
clipless model at some point.

Krandall Krauss told me about Edison pens.

I love the ink pens. They remind me of childhood. We used to write with it in the primary school. Our teacher said that it improved the handwriting. I’m very glad they are still produced. But it seems to me what you need is a good advertising. Try to make up new reasons to make people want buy them.

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