Sunday Notes and Links

No favorite pen and ink this week, right to the links…

Fountain Pen Review: Carolina Pen Company Charleston – The Pen Habit // A nice, conservative custom fountain pen

Review: Baron Fig Apprentice — nib & ink // I’ve never used a Baron Fig notebook. I’ve been turned off by the philosophical bent to their marketing while lacking specifics, as mentioned in this review.

Baron Fig Special Edition 2016 Confidant Planner – Inktronics // Another Baron Fig review, this time a planner.

New Tricks: Write Notepads & Co. Pocket Notebooks – From the Pen Cup // A nice looking pocket notebook, to bad I don’t need yet another pocket notebook.

Travelers Company Caravan – nibcreep.com // A story worth reading

Currently inked – Inkstained Nib // I always enjoy seeing what people are using.

In Praise of my Completed Rhodia Notepad – A Penchant for Paper // I’m more impressed by all the pages being torn off but saved for posterity

Ipoh and Kuala Sepetang – Part 1 of 4 – Francis THEO // Be sure to check out all the sketches in the series.

Agendio: A New Planner System – The Well-Appointed Desk // I usually ignore custom planners due to their cost. I’ll be spending some time today putting together and ordering one of these.

OMAS Extra Lucens and Lucens Fountain Pen Review – THE UNROYAL WARRANT – // Some nice looking vintage Italians

Forest Choice Medium Flex Notebook Review – Pens! Paper! Pencils! // No surprise that a pencil company’s notebooks aren’t fountain pen friendly.

Review: FPR Indus — Alt. Haven // Another affordable piston filler. Is it worth it? Read the review.

Montblanc has a problem — Pen Economics // A long but interesting read.

Our 2nd Anniversary! – Anderson Pens // Happy Anniversary! Who said B&M pen & stationery stores are a vanishing breed?

Check out all of this week’s links at Fountain Pen Links. If you’re looking for information about a specific pen or ink be sure to visit Pennquod.

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