For Sale: Field Notes

I came across a couple boxes of paper as I was packing to move. Paper is heavy so I’m clearing out some Field Notes that I know I’ll never use. U.S. shipping is included in the price. I’ll only ship within the U.S. for these notebooks.

All are sealed 3-packs unless otherwise noted,

If you’re interested, reach me using [ray [@] fpquest.com] or the contact form here.

Click the image for a larger photo.

Field Notes FN-01b Red Blooded, Sealed 3 Pack – $39 (SOLD)Field Notes Red BloodedField Notes FNC-20a & FNC-20b Drink Local Ales & Drink Local Lagers, 2 sealed 3 packs, coaster included – $63

 

Field Notes FNC-28 Shenandoah, sealed 3 pack – $20

Field Notes ShenandoahField Notes Coal x DDC Limited Edition Sealed 3 pack plus 2 loose notebooks (5 notebooks total) – $49 (SOLD)

This is labeled FN-01, but so are many other editions.

 

Field Notes FNC-24 Unexposed, 1 sealed 3-pack & 1 opened 3 pack – $35 (SOLD)

One 3-pack is sealed, the other one is open but the notebooks are unused.

Field Notes FNC-19 Night Sky, sealed 3-pack – $35 (SOLD)

Field Notes Night SkyField Notes FNC-20a Drink Local Ales, sealed 3 pack – $29

Field Notes FNC-33 Black Ice, sealed 3 pack – $25/3-pack
Field Notes Black Ice
I have two 3 packs, the price listed is for one of the 3 packs.

Field Notes FNC-35 Campfire, sealed 3 pack – $20/3-pack

Field Notes CampfireI have 2 3-packs. Price listed is for 1 pack.

 

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For Sale: 2 Pelikans and 1 Waterman

Pens for Sale

These three pens have the distinction of meeting my requirements to be sold (unused for over two years) but I found an excuse not to sell them on my first pass. After additional consideration, I decided to go ahead and sell them.
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The photos in this post are all current. Feel free to contact me with any questions, although the first firm “I want it” gets the pen.
If you’re interested, reach me using “ray [@] fpquest.com” or use the contact form here. U.S. shipping is included in the price (USPS Priority Mail). International shipping is available but very expensive (I require insurance and tracking), contact me for details.

Pelikan M620 Cities Series Piccadilly Circus, Medium 18K Gold Nib – $300 (SOLD)

Pelikan M620 Piccadilly Circus

Excellent condition. No box or paperwork. A signature is required for delivery unless you opt-out of the signature.

Waterman Liaison Cobra, Fine 18K Gold Nib – $175 (SOLD)

Waterman Liaison Cobra

Excellent condition. This is a strange pen, which appeals to me. The end of the pen twists like a piston knob, but instead, it releases the section/converter which is lowered out of the pen. The converter is included with the pen. No box or paperwork is included. A signature is required for delivery unless you opt-out of the signature. I reviewed this pen back in February 2013, the review is here.

Pelikan M101N Lizard, Extra Fine 14K Gold Nib – $375

Pelikan M101N Lizard

Excellent condition. This is the model released in 2013, not the vintage M101N that this pen was a homage to. No box or paperwork, just the pen. A signature is required for delivery unless you opt-out of the signature. I reviewed this pen here.

If you’re interested, reach me using [ray [@] fpquest.com] or use the contact form here.

Fountain Pen Quest Trail Log – April 21, 2019

I started journaling again this week, so there was a slight uptick in my fountain pen usage. But, it has still been relatively low.

I did ink up another pen, despite not writing any dry. I’ve been missing having a Pilot Vanishing Point handy, so I popped a Pilot Black cartridge into an XXXF nib unit and put it in the Guilloche Vanishing Point body.

I did order a bottle of ink, although it hasn’t arrived yet. As I’ve mentioned, my favorite ink is Montblanc Bordeaux, which is long out of production. I finished a bottle several months ago and I’ve yet to replace it. I’ve been setting a target price where I’d buy a replacement bottle if I find it for that price or less. My current target is $30. That would surely go up when I open my last bottle. I happened to stumble upon a bottle on eBay. A small eBay coupon brought it below my target so I bought it. It’s listed as unopened so I’m hopeful. One thing I’ll mention, I’ve found that “Montblanc Bordeaux” listings on eBay are often Montblanc Burgundy, as in this listing, so be sure to check the photos.

A couple months ago I mentioned that I wanted to use my Esterbrook Dip-Less pen but couldn’t find the inkwells. Well, they turned up this week. All safely wrapped and packed in an unlabeled box. Of course, they’ve turned up when the apartment is in disarray as I prepare to move in a month, so I kept them safely packed away, although now in a labeled box.

Esterbrook Dip-Less inkwell and pen

My fountain pen declutter is coming to a close, at least temporarily. More because I’ll be moving at the end of May and have other things to do, rather than I’m down to a reasonable number of pens. I’ll post two or three final pens for sale Monday morning. They’re pens that met my criteria to sell, but I found an excuse to keep them. After more consideration, two of them have no chance of breaking into my rotation as they never got significant use. The third, the Pelikan M101N Lizard I really do like and got a lot of use until it fell off my radar about three years ago. It’s the one pen I fear will cause me severe seller’s remorse.

I did put a Levenger Circa Folio Junior up on eBay for auction. If you’re interested you can find the auction at this link, which lists all my auctions. The Folio auction ends Friday about noon eastern time.

I just finished reading “The Woman Who Smashed Codes”. (Actually, I listened to the audiobook.) Excellent book and highly recommended. it’s the story of Elizabeth Friedman, a pioneer in the field of cryptanalysis. Not heavy on the science of codebreaking. Also an interesting look at life in those times. Her husband is known as the man who broke the Japanese Purple cipher. What I didn’t know (among many other things) is that she broke the German Enigma machine without help from Bletchley Park.

Links

Another Completed Sketchbook. — The Finer Point

Flex Nibs Part 3: Modern Flex – Pen Thoughts

Where I buy pens | UK fountain pens

9 genius pen features | UK fountain pens

Nibs, Ancient and Modern – Goodwriterspens’s Blog

Fountain Pen Ink Cartridges: What Are Your Favorites? — The Pen Addict

600 Years of Writing — Mountain of Ink

Field Trip: Toronto Old Book and Paper Show – Wonder Pens – Life Behind a Stationery Shop

Pens For Sale: Clearance Time

I’m trying to sell off my lower value, long-ignored fountain pens in an efficient way. All pens are in excellent condition, some may have micro-scratches, some look (or actually are) unused. No box or paperwork is included for any pen. There’s no converter unless it’s specifically listed for the pen. If a year is listed, it’s when I bought the pen new. There may have been design changes for the model since I bought the pen. All are steel nibs except the Platinum Shoji.

Quantity discount: Take 5% off two pens, 10% off three or more pens
Shipping: Free for orders over $50 (after qty discount), otherwise $8.00 (US only) If you want a signature required delivery (to avoid the pen walking off your porch) you can request it. It will cost an extra $3, even for free shipping.

If you’re interested, reach me using [ray [@] fpquest.com] or the contact form at the bottom of this page.

Pens for sale

  1. TWSBI Diamond 540 In Demonstrator, Stub 1.5mm nib (2012) – $20 (SOLD)
  2. Libelle Granite In Burgundy, Medium nib (2004)$15 (SOLD)
  3. Libelle Epic In Bamboo with Stainless Steel, Medium nib (2005) – $20
  4. Libelle Nature Collection In Tuscan Sunset, Medium nib (2004) – $10
    The barrel keeps turning when the cap is screwed on. It doesn’t feel secure, although the cap doesn’t fall off. Stripped threads.
  5. Libelle Nature Collection In Mother of Pearl, Medium nib w/converter (2004) – $25 (SOLD)
  6. Libelle Nature Collection In Mosaic, Medium nib w/converter (2004) – $25 (SOLD)
  7. Karas Customs Ink (1st Model) in Orange, steel broad nib, brass section (2014) – $39
  8. Karas Customs Ink (1st Model) in Gold, medium nib, brass section (2015) – $39 (SOLD)
  9. Karas Customs Ink (1st Model) in Red, medium nib, brass section – $39 (SOLD)
  10. Kaweco Student in White w/Silver trim, fine nib, (2013) – $20 (SOLD)
  11. Kaweco Allrounder in Black w/silver trim, extra fine nib (2013) – $45 (SOLD)
  12. Monteverde Regatta In Sea Green w/steel medium nib (2004) – $20 (SOLD)

Pens for sale

  1. Pilot Prera In Yellow, Fine nib, mint condition, still has tags/stickers (2012) – $20 (SOLD)
  2. Cult Pens Mini Fountain Pen, BB nib (extra broad) (2014) – $15
  3. Platinum 3776 Shoji LE #1232, Clear (slight blue tint) with silver trim, 14K Gold extra fine nib, includes a silver converter (2012) – $75 (SOLD)
  4. Faber-Castell E-Motion, White Rhombus Design, medium steel nib (2012) – $49 (SOLD)

This is more pens than I usually like to sell at one time. Please allow for some delay in my responses and updating the sale status on this page. The first “I want it” gets the pen(s). Questions, including inquiries about availability or expressing interest will not hold the pen.

If you’re interested, reach me using [ray [@] fpquest.com] or contact form below.

Fountain Pen Quest Trail Log – April 14, 2019

There’s not much news on the fountain pen front. I’ve been busy and they got vey little use last week.

I’ve added one more fountain pen to my for sale list, the Sailor Pro Gear Imperial Black with a Fine 21Kt Gold nib. The price is $175 plus shipping. I wanted to give my readers first crack at it before I promote it elsewhere. More details and photos are on my for sale page. I also updated the sale page with the remaining unsold pens. The price of the Conway Stewart FPH [pen has been lowered.

Links

Review: The Omas Tokyo – Pen Thoughts

Travels with pens: York, and a visit to Signatures | UK fountain pens

Vintage Pen News: Shellac on sections

Inky Pursuits round-up. | Fountain pen blog

Waterman Carene – Goodwriterspens’s Blog

Book Review: Andy Russell – 50 Years of the Dinkie – Goodwriterspens’s Blog

Meet The Vermeil Souveräns: A Look At The Nifty Fifties « The Pelikan’s Perch