This week’s favorite fountain pen and ink combination was easily my new Pelikan Souverän M805 Stresemann Anthracite fountain pen with an extra fine nib and Montblanc Bordeaux ink. I’ve had the pen a week so it still has that new pen smell and glow. MB Bordeaux is my favorite ink so this combination was a no brainer. My other pens are jealous as I’ve been ignoring them for this one.
Some links of interest…
Moore Specialist – The End Of An Era – Fountain Pen Restoration
Vintage Pen Review: Waterman 52 1/2v Red Ripple – The Pen Habit // This is my favorite pen material and design yet I don’t own a pen with red ripple ebonite
SAILOR – canetas e coisas
Poll: The Value of the “W.-Germany” Stamp – The Pelikan’s Perch // My vote is “No” it doesn’t add any value although it does make dating the pen a bit easier. The historical significance does add a big “But” to that no vote and I can see where some might want these pens a bit more than others.
Writefine – A Parker Sub-Brand – Goodwriterspens’s Blog
Cesare Emiliano Fountain Pen – Write to Me Often
Four New Pens – Crónicas Estilográficas
8 Reasons Why You Should Write With a Fountain Pen – | edjelley.com
Visconti Opera Typhoon Blue Fountain Pen Review — The Pen Addict