Category Archives: My Favorite Pens

My Favorite Pens – Bard & Brothers Dip Pens

For some time I have appreciated the simplicity that is the dip pen nib, or “pen” as they were called back in the day. ┬áThe nib frankly is the business end of the writing instrument, and as such the holder … Continue reading

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My Favorite Pens – The Esterbrook Mammoth Falcon

On this week’s My Favorite Pen, We take a look at a dip pen so large, even Esterbrook called it as such, The Esterbrook Mammoth Falcon!

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My Favorite Pens – John Holland Saddle Filler

Manufactured between 1906-1918, the John Holland Saddle Filler is one of my favorite pens.

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My Favorite Pens – Weidlich & Simpson Matchstick Filler

Today on My Favorite Pens we take a look at a Weidlich & Simpson Matchstick Filler with gold filled filigree overlay!

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My Favorite Pens – Aikin Lambert Filigree Overlay

This week on My Favorite Pens, we take a look at an Aikin Lambert Filigree overlay!

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My Favorite Pen?

I had an email from Lesley last week, and in it she asked if we had ever shown our “favorite, most cherished, always inked, sought after, or best find pen”. She asked what our “pick of the litter” pen is. … Continue reading

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My Favorite Pen – The Diamond Point MOP Eyedropper

This week on My Favorite Pen, I show off a pen I got back in 2008 as a birthday present for myself. Bought off of ebay, which can always be a crap shoot for vintage pens, I was astounded by … Continue reading

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