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Toronto, Columbus, and Flecked Tortoise Acrylic….

Hi Pen Fans.

Another video blog update….

I look foward to seeing lots of you in Columbus next week!

 

Brian at Edison

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Two Tone and Rhodium 18k Nibs…

Hi Pen Fans.

I recently received my new shipment of 18k gold nibs.  This includes two tone and rhodium nibs, in addition to my gold nibs.

The gold and rhodium nibs are available in Fine, Medium and Broad.

Currently, the two tone nibs are only avaibable in Fine, but I’ll be getting Mediums and Broads in a couple of months.

Coming soon – Sailor Ink and Piston Fillers!

Thanks.

Brian at Edison

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Introducing the Edison Pen Co 18k Gold Nib…

Hi Pen Fans!

I’m very excited to introduce the Edison Pen Co. 18k Gold nib.

This nib is German made, and available in Fine, Medium, and Broad.

I will be discontinuing the 14k Bock nibs and Bexley nibs, as this nib is of equal quality.  However, I still have some Bexleys and Bocks in inventory.  If you are interested in these nibs, email me to inquire.

You can click here to learn more about the Edison 18k nib.

Thanks,

Brian at Edison

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New Materials for the Herald…

Hi Pen Fans!

I have the Herald completed in some new materials – both ebonites and acrylics.

Brown Ripple Ebonite….

 

Cracked Ice Acrylic…

 

Parker Orange Acrylic…

 

Mandarin Yellow Acrylic…

 

Aqua Ebonite…

 

All of these can be seen on the Herald Main Page.

Thanks,

Brian at Edison
 

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New Acrylics…

Hi Pen Fans.

What follows are pictures of some new acrylic material that I was recently able to acquire. 

First is a nice array of flecked colors, and then a PERFECT copy of Parker Orange.

Here is the array of flecked acrylics…

 

From left to right – Red, Black, Green, and Slate.

 

From left to right – Yellow, Blue, White, Black/White, and Peach.

 

Below is a great acrylic material.  This is a PERFECT copy of Parker orange.

My supplier of this material literally sent the manufacturer a classic Parker and told him to copy it.

It took the manufacturer two tries, but they got it right.

The pen shown above is a clipless Glenmont.

All of the new materials above are available for any pen design.

Thanks for reading!

Brian at Edison