What is a Pocket Size Review?

There are as many styles of stationery review out there as there are stationery reviewers. And every style has its own value and unique insights; I’ll probably continue to read every new Lamy 2000 review I come across and take away something new every single time. Some reviews subject a pen, a paper, or an ink to a series of controlled variable tests, and record how the subject performs. This is super valuable when you’re comparing pens and other items. Some ink reviews present gorgeous swabs and swatches and chromatography. Even if these aren’t the exact colors that you’re going to see coming by out of your pen, they still show you the range of potential waiting to be unlocked in that little glass or plastic bottle. 

Our pocket size reviews are the answer to a different, more impatient question. The question of “what does this look like if I just grab it and use it with whatever I have laying around?”  Pocket size reviews feature pens from our current rotations, inked with whatever we’ve chosen for personal use, and tested on whatever paper we have on hand, generally whatever pocket notebook is currently residing in our pockets.

As the archive of pocket size reviews grows over time, we expect pens and inks to be revisited. If you look back you’ll be able to see the same pen with a different nib grind, or the same notebook on page two versus page forty-two. You’ll see what we see when we write with some of our favorite pens, and hopefully you’ll see them in a new way that piques an interest you may not have had before.

Pocket size reviews were originally posted to the Penquisition Instagram feed before this blog became their primary home. Below you can find links to the first 28 Pocket size reviews, which aren’t otherwise featured on this site.

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#pocketsizereview Back home from Europe just in time to for the close of our first ever Penquistion Giveaway (check our previous post for rules and your chance to enter, but check fast because the whole thing ends at midnight tonight, July 31st, 2019, Eastern time. I didn’t pick up any new pens on the trip, but I thought upon my return I’d show you one of the more iconic European brands in my collection. @montblanc is a brand synonymous with high end pens, in a large part due to the popularity of their oversized Meisterstück 149 model. This Meisterstück 12 sat a little lower in their line-up when it was on the market in the 60s, but it is still quite a neat pen. It’s has a piston filling mechanism, a semi-hooded “butterfly” gold nib, and the trademark Montblanc snowcap logo is present on both the top and bottom finials, which are both flat ends, unlike the rounded 149 (or smaller but equally well known 146.) I admit, I’m not the biggest user of green inks, but as I enjoy matching ink to pen I thought it only fitting to go in to Montblanc’s own catalog and purchase one of the top rated greens on the market, Montblanc Irish Green. This color does not disappoint with its shading through various green hues. If you want only one bottle of green ink in your collection, this is the one I’d recommend. I am a big fan of dot grids, especially subtle dot grids. I don’t like writing on blank paper, but I also don’t like when the lines or dots on the paper take over. I’ve written at length about how great the paper is in @writepads newer notebooks, but I just want to take a moment to call out here as well how great a job they did with the subtleties of the dot grin on this paper. I see it when I’m writing, but I don’t see it when I’m reading, and that is just perfect in my book. #writepads #writenotepads #montblanc #meisterstück #meisterstuck #irishgreen #irishspring #barofsoap #flattop #snowcap #logofinial #Zhū #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview We are almost a month past Father’s Day, but that’s okay because today’s pen was actually a Father’s Day gift I received in 2018, so technically we’re already 13 months late. This @monteverdepens_official Charisma is an interesting pen indeed. The cap, as you can see, is much bigger than the pen barrel, which is barely large enough to fit a short international cartridge. Monteverde makes an international mini piston converter, but honestly this pen may even be too short for that. Luckily, there is a wide variety of short international cartridges out there. I’ll make a confession here that I wasn’t particularly fond of the Monteverde nib that this pen arrived with. Luckily I had a spare @nemosinepens 0.6 mm stub nib laying around in the same #6 size. It was an easy swap, and I love how this pen writes now. The @writepads paper here does a great job of showing off a bit of line variation even with a stub nib this narrow. I’ve used @kaweco.germany Paradise Blue in this pen ever since I received it (I bought a variety pack of Kaweco cartridges last year, and honestly I’d highly recommend the whole range. The colors are great, and it’s nice to have options when you get a pen and just want to stick a cartridge in it.) The Paradise Blue is a great match for the faux-turquoise resin of the pen cap and barrel. Turquoise is my daughter’s birthstone, so the pairing just further drives home that this is my “Dad pen”. Does anyone else have a pen that they think of as their “Dad pen”? Post a comment below or tag me in your own post and let me know! #writenotepads #writepads #kaweco #monteverde #monteverdecharisma #pocketpen #paradiseblue #desertisland #shortlong #dadpen #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview I collected pennies as a little boy. Tarnished old ones, shiny new ones. I even had an old steel cent from the war that was magnetic, but just the one. The rest of my collection was copper (or copper-played zinc for the newest pennies, at the time.) For me, it was a patriotic act, collecting something issued by our federal government, featuring the image of one of our greatest presidents. There’s a place and time for big fireworks shows and red white and blue everything, but to me “love of country” is at the core of what you care about, not just how you celebrate. This Copper Ink Rollerball from @karaspenco was the answer to the question “What is a really big, really heavy pen?” It’s a good answer, too. The standard Schmidt 888F refill inside does its job, and under the weight of the pen it glides nicely across the page. I was able to get the cap to post, but it’s a bit of a balancing act and very top heavy, so unless you have gigantic hands that need the length, I wouldn’t recommend bothering. I will admit, I’ve been hovering on the Kara’s Kustoms page debating buying a fountain pen section and converting this pen over. The one thing that has me waiting is the rumors about laser engraved steel nibs that may be coming in the future (Kara’s Kustoms already laser engraves their titanium nibs, and they are gorgeous.) We shall see whether or not I’m able to hold off. This @writepads paper is nice and smooth. Sometimes with a finer rollerball refill you can feel like you’re cutting in to the paper a bit, especially with a heavier pen, but that is not the case here, this paper is just awesome. Of note at this moment is that Write Notepads released a surprise super limited edition last week, featuring the Declaration of Independence. 243 sets released for 243 years since the signing. Unsurprisingly, it sold out in a matter of hours. Luckily you can get the same great paper in many of their other products. #writepads #writenotepads #karaskustoms #karaskustomsink #pennyforyourthoughts #copper #schmidtrollerball #888F #fourthofjuly #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview This is a pen worth seeing. My first @brooks_803 material (Southwestern) matte finished pen, this Model 46 from @franklinchristoph is simply gorgeous in person with the depth of its copper and blue-teal hues. I chose a Masuyama Fine Cursive Italic nib for this pen, and it is truly impressive. It is also not as forgiving as the S.I.G. nibs I’ve grown accustom to (as expected) so I may be buying a new nib for this pen at my next show. That’s exactly why I ordered the pen with a Masuyama nib, though. For those unfamiliar with Franklin-Christoph’s sales policies, F-C will happily sell you loose S.I.G. nibs both online and at a pen show, but if you want a Masuyama nib it has to come on a pen you are buying. This makes sense because @thenibdoctor works in-house at F-C grinding S.I.G. nibs, whereas Mr. Masuyama has his own separate nib repair and adjustment business. When buying an F-C pen, if you are super indecisive about which style of stub or italic to go with, the “safe” way to go is to choose a Masuyama nib, and if you discover later that you would have preferred a S.I.G., there is always a market to sell that nib and use the money to buy a replacement S.I.G. That said, I don’t think I’ll be getting rid of my Fine Cursive Italic nib if I do replace it, just finding more of a “desk pen” that I feel is more suited towards that style of nib, because this pen feels to me more like a “field pen” that I’d like to be coming in at the page from a wider range of angles. @sailor.pen Jentle Yama-dori is one of my all time favorite inks. It looks great on this @writepads Year of the Pig paper. The teal matches the accents in the pen material, and the red sheen compliments the notebook cover. It’s just an all around pleasing combination. I could write with this combo together all day. #writepads #writenotepads #yearofthepig #yamadori #sailorjentleyamadori #sailoryamadori #franklinchristoph #franklinchristoph46 #brooksmaterial #southwestern #verdigris #masuyamanib #cursiveitalic #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview I first laid eyes on the @diplomatpensusa Aero at the 2017 Baltimore Washington International Pen Show. At the time @pointspens was distributing Diplomat in the US and this Orange color was brand new. I had only been playing with fountain pens for about a month at the time, but I knew I’d eventually be picking up an Aero. Cut to more than two years later, and my one pen acquisition of the #trianglepenshow2019 was this Orange Aero. I am very happy to have this pen; the weight feels “just right” in my hand, and as with all Diplomat nibs (manufactured to specification by Jowo) that I’ve tried, it writes marvelously. I didn’t bring any ink with me to Triangle because I wanted to pack light and knew there would be no shortage of ink there. My first thought after getting an orange pen was that I needed to finally buy a bottle of @robertostersignature Fire on Fire from @penaddict, but it turned out he didn’t bring any ink to the show. This left me with the “heavy burden” of thumbing through the sample binders at the @justvanness table, looking for the right fit, which I think I managed to find. Candle Day is my first experience with @krishnainks, and I have to say I’m pleased. There is a bit more bleed-through with this ink than with other inks I’ve used, I will admit, but nothing that bleeds on to the following sheet, and I generally only write on a single side of a sheet anyway (unless I’m using pencils). The color is a perfect match to the Aero, right down to the grayish shading which matches the gray/black section and clip of the pen. Honestly, I don’t think I could have done any better when it comes to matching ink and pen. When I mention that this ink bleeds through to the other side of paper, I should note that it actually doesn’t do that in my @writepads Year of the Pig notebook, but rather it does on the cheap copy paper I use at work. I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that Write Notepads are using a more fountain pen friendly paper in their recent productions, and with this ink I’ve had the opportunity to see that comparison in person. I could honestly write on both sides of one of their sheets with this ink and be fine.

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#pocketsizereview Happy Pride Month everyone! I’m using an ink today that is often a rainbow of colors. @jherbininks 1670 Emerald of Chivor has been appreciated for years for its deep green-teal color, it’s generous red sheen, and it’s golden shimmer. In a broad wet nib, or swabbed across a page, it provides a whole spectrum of colors. In the generic EF Iridium Point nib of my Moonman M2, however, the whole effect is a lot more subtle. There are hints of glitter here and there (especially in my line width sample on the pressure strokes), and there is a tiny bit of a reddish tint around the edges of the more shaded areas if you look closely, but for the most part it’s just that beautiful emerald color. You may think it’s a waste to put an ink with such amazing potential into a pen where it will write so “plainly”, but sometimes it’s not about how it writes. This Moonman was my first translucent eyedropper pen, and I wanted it to have an ink that would be beautiful even just to see sloshing around inside the pen barrel. I continue to thoroughly enjoy my @writepads Year of the Pig notebook. I had it with me at the Triangle Pen Show this past weekend, and it served me well in testing various pens and inks, both those borrowed from other pen friends, and even something knew that I picked up for myself which may be showing up in this space in the coming weeks… #writenotepads #writepads #emeraldofchivor #émeraudeduchivor #jherbin1670 #horseofadifferentcolor #moonmanm2 #moonman #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview As we prep for the #trianglepenshow2019 we wanted to take a moment to talk ballpoints. Ballpoints get a lock of flack in the pen world, but a good ballpoint or two are definitely worth having in your pen arsenal. This @montblanc M is famously designed by @marcnewsonofficial. I’ve always thought of it as “If Lamy made a Montblanc”, and as a fan of both brands I mean that as a compliment. The design is interesting, combining minimized classic pen shapes with modern mechanisms, such as the open wire clip and the magnetic cap. Just typing about it makes me want to go use it again. One of the biggest hesitations in the word of ballpoints is how beholden you are to refills, especially proprietary refills. If you have a fountain pen, even one with a proprietary cartridge, it’s easy enough to get it loaded up with whatever bottle of ink you choose, requiring a blunt syringe at most. With ballpoints, you are locked in to what fits your pen, and often limited in colors in that regard. Montblanc isn’t known for having the cheapest proprietary refills, but they do have a wide range of colors. I picked up this special edition Antoine de Saint-Exupéry refill at @penboutiqueltd, who always seem to have a great selection of Montblanc refills for all different pen types. The ballpoint ink is a decidedly different shade from the swatches I’ve seen of the liquid ink, but still it’s a great color, evocative of a desert sunset. I was discussing with some friends yesterday how well this @writepads Year of the Pig notebook takes fountain pen ink. Obviously, this isn’t fountain pen ink in front fo you this week, but isn’t that the point? There is zero bleed through on the left side, under the pen. Now, that’s in part because I used an EF nib last week, and if you go back two weeks you’ll see some bleed through coming off of a much wider nib, but even then not enough to bleed through to the following page, which has happened to me at times with other notebooks. #writenotepads #writepads #montblanc #ballpointpen #ballpointpendrawing #antoinedesaintexupery #antoinedesaintexupéry #littleprince #aviatorsunglasses #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview I don’t mean to tease by showing off a pen that isn’t publicly available this week, but I think the @reddragonpenco SMP is just too cool not to share. Made in Virginia by penmaker Brian Chu, the SMP (short for “Stupid Magnetic Pen”) is a one-of-a-kind pen prototype (or arguably two-of-a-kind, as there is a very similar sibling pen with slightly different materials that Brian installed a glass dip nib in.) I bought this pen from Brian at the DC pen show last year when he showed off the magnetic posting mechanism to me, in which there is a magnet embedded in each finial on both ends of the pen with the bottom finial also being recessed so as to stop the cap from just sliding right off the side. He explained that his design inspiration was in wanting a pocket pen that posted to full size, but without having to compromise on the width of the barrel, so rather than the cap fitting around the barrel it is held in place next to it. Obviously I loved the concept (and the colors) so much that I needed to have this pen, and I love to show it off as an example of the wealth of innovation possibility that is still out there in the pen world. The section of the pen is designed to take a standard #6 Jowo nib, and at the time I purchased the pen I had also recently ordered my first @franklinchristoph SIG nib, an EF that is perfect for a pocket pen. Since pairing this pen and nib together I’ve never used either with anything else, they are a perfect pair, and it’s great having a versatile pocket pen with a nice big nib. I’ve also only ever used one color of ink in this pen, @montblanc Oyster Grey. I love the warmth of this ink, and the subtle shading even with such a narrow nib. This is a cartridge-only pen, but as a fan of cartridges myself that’s never been an issue for me. I’m continuing to enjoy my @writepads Year of the Pig notebook. I’m a big fan if for grids because of their versatility in being able to be viewed as both lined or graph, depending on how you mentally connect the dots. #writenotepads #reddragonpencompany #smp #stupidmagneticpen #montblancink #inkcartridge #oystergrey #magnetshowdotheywork #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview I have a deep abiding love for the @kaweco.germany Sport, so when the Frosted Sport line was announced earlier this year I knew I would be getting one. For me, as not the biggest fan of pastel colors, it ultimately came down between the Natural Coconut and the Light Blueberry, and since I have so few white pens, the Coconut won, although something tells me this won’t be the last Frosted Sport in my collection. I haven’t used De Atramentis ink previously, but I was impressed by how nicely this Pigeon Blue ink played with its plastic sample vial, not leaving any stain at all on the sides. It looked like a fun color to match with the frosted white, and something that should clean out easily when I’m ready to change colors, which is a big concern when eyedroppering a pen. I’m very much enjoying my @writepads Year of the Pig notebook. They just dropped their latest edition, “The Deep”, last week, with a gorgeous Octopus screen print across the front and back covers. Definitely worth taking a look at. #writenotepads #kawecosport #kawecofrostedsport #deatramentis #pigeonblue #mowillems #mowillemspigeon #dontletthepigeonreviewthepen #eyedropper #eyedropperpen #blueandwhite #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview @pilotpenusa Parallel pens are popular among the pen-modding community for good reason. For relatively cheap you get a very interesting nib, and Pilot’s build quality to boot. This 1.5 Parallel was ground into a Radial Architecht for me by JC of @nibsonpoint, with a nice little reverse tip to boot. I’ll admit, this grind is much less forgiving than the stubby architect that JC ground on my 3776 (featured in a previous Pocket Size Review) and it took me a bit longer to get the hang of this one. It always bears repeating that architect nibs are not as easy to use as factory nibs, or even many other specialty grinds, and you should try try one before you buy, unless you don’t mind being out the money without a usable (for you) pen. This post marks the reveal of my next notebook, the @writepads Year of the Pig limited edition. I’ll be giving away a pack of these impossible to find notebooks in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out for that if you like red notebooks or dot grinds or just the chance to win stuff. #pilotparallel #pocketnotebook #writenotepads #yearofthepig #architectgrind #radialarchitect #reversetip #linevariation #fountainpens #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview The @pilotpenusa Vanishing Point holds a special place in the pen world as whole, and especially in the current online pen community, as a “go-to” pen for people who are seeking their first “more expensive” pen or their first gold nib. It is iconic, it is interesting, and it is priced surprisingly low within the market for what it is. I like the matte black finish that some of the models have, but I’m personally not a fan of all black “stealth” pens, so this Gunmetal model with black trim threaded the needle perfectly for my taste. Speaking of needles, the stock EF 18k black coated nib on this pen puts down one if the finest lines I’ve seen from any fountain pen. Over time I’ve grown to appreciate nibs a little bit broader, as they allow me to see more of the color in my ink, but as a quick-deployment note-taking pen for meetings and annotations, an EF VP really shines. The knock mechanism is nice and smooth in both directions, and the EF point puts down a slim enough line for any margin you’d care to write in. The only real failing of the VP is it’s incompatibility with Pilot’s higher capacity Con-70 converter (mechanically, even if you fit it together perfectly, depressing the knock with a Con-70 installed would cause the pen to spit out an ink splat.) Because I consider the Con-40 to be one of the great evils in this world I use my VP exclusively with Pilot’s proprietary cartridges; currently I’m using Namiki Blue Black. I do have a Con-B coming to me, and I hope to see if that is a decent option for the Vanishing Point. This post marks the end of my @fieldnotesbrand Utility Ledger. I’ve enjoyed the ride, but in the interest of variety I must move on to something new. I put my next notebook choice up for a poll over on the Pen Addict slack a couple of weeks ago, so stay tuned next time to see what they chose for me. #fieldnotes #fieldnuts #pilotpen #vanishingpoint #pilotcapless #blueblack #namiki #threadingtheneedle #needlepoint #penaddict #finishedthenotebook #con40istherootofallevil

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#pocketsizereview It shouldn’t have taken so long to get to the one pen that is always in my pocket. This @kaweco.germany Brass Sport has been with me since my very first pen show, @baltimorewashingtonpenshow 2017, where it was purchased from @justvanness. It has been clipped to my shirt or in a sleeve in my pocket almost every day since, including starting a new job, the birth of my daughter, etc. I toyed with brown ink in this pen at first, but quickly settled on Diamine Oxblood. I’ve had a cartridge of Oxblood in this pen ever since, which looks great with the German-sized EF nib. As a special Passover hat-tip, I’ve written “Ox Blood” in Hebrew for today’s post. Happy Pesach! We are right up against the end of my @fieldnotesbrand Utility Ledger here. One more post to go before it’s time for a new notebook. #fieldnotes #fieldnuts #kawecobrasssport #kawecosport #edc #pocketpen #fountainpen #oxblood #דםשוורים #פסח #pesach #passover #secondandfifthplaguemashup #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview My new @opus88writing Koloro Demonstrator in Red just arrived from @endlesspens, and I couldn’t wait to ink it up. I chose @colorverse.ink Black Hole, to see if I could get some sheen out of this juicy nib (more on that in a moment), and I couldn’t help but stop and wonder if @neildegrassetyson inks his pens with Colorverse (or if he doesn’t think the depictions on their packaging are accurate enough 😆) Speaking of juicy nibs, this pen just screams for a black@nib, with the beautiful black clip and finials, so I swapped in a Shadow Steel @franklinchristoph Broad SIG nib, ground by @thenibdoctor. I’m normally a fan of narrower stubs and italics, but I have to admit that this nib is super fun to write with. I’m still using my @fieldnotesbrand Utility Ledger here (although it’s curling up as I get towards the end) but I’ve dressed it up with a Franklin-Christoph canvas cover (picked that up at #bwips2019 after @pengeek13 showed me how well his leather cover had worn over the years.) This is not a paper to get sheen on, because it is nice and absorbent, so I’ll have to play around on some other paper-stock to see if I can make this ink reveal it’s secrets to me. #opus88 #kolorodemonstrator #redpen #fieldnuts #fieldnotes #signib #starstuff #colorverse #eyedropper #redandblack #neildegrassetyson #methiminanelevatoronceandhewassupernice #penquisition

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#pocketsizereview There’s a lot more I could say about @franklinchristoph, and they definitely warrant a full blog post, but I want to give them a quick shout out here as well. I had to reach out to their customer service regarding my Model 31 pen pictured here (sorry, it’s a pen show prototype colorway, not available for sale on the web,) and they were so awesome to deal with that I was almost disappointed once everything was resolved, since I had no excuse to chat with them anymore. That is a sign of excellent customer service befitting an excellent pen. Speaking of this pen, it is almost the inverse of the @pointspens exclusive Model 31 colorway, if you are looking for something close. My friend @pengeek13 won one of those recently and took a picture of our two pens side by side. The nib I have here is a Shadow Steel M nib with an awesome SIG grind from @thenibdoctor. Getting to sit with Dr. Matteson and test out my pen to ensure it was writing how I liked was an absolute highlight of my @baltimorewashingtonpenshow 2019 experience. If you are planning to buy an F-C pen and you are also planning to attend a pen show that they will be at, I can’t recommend highly enough engaging in the full pen show customization experience. Even if you are just interested in a stock colorway, not a prototype, it is well worth it. I chose F-C Urushi Red to ink the pen with when I got it, and I’m still writing on my @fieldnotesbrand Utility Ledger. #franklinchristoph #franklinchristoph31 #model31 #urushired #bwips2019 #fieldnuts #fieldnotes #shadowsteel #signib #fountainpen #franklinchristophprototype #penquisition

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I wrote up this whole #pocketsizereview yesterday, but then Instagram ate it during the outage, so excuse any omissions as I attempt to remember all that I said. First, let’s welcome these Pocket Size Reviews to their new home on the Penquisition account. These reviews were always conceived of as a Penquisition project, so now that the account is up and running the transition made sense. And what better time to make that move than #stapleday? We are hitting the staples in my @fieldnotesbrand Utility Ledger today, a nice set of strong, black-coated staples, but from the inside here we can see the silver tips sticking out from the coating. Our pen today is the @crosspens X, a capless gel rollerball and seeming defendant of the old Cross Ion. Unlike the Ion, however, the larger X takes a full sized Cross Selectip refill. I’ve used the stock black refill that came with the pen here, but I think it would look much better with a silver or gray. Sadly, the color selection of the Selectip gel refills seems to be lacking. This particular gunmetal colorway is a collaboration with @libertyutd. Liberty United is a social enterprise from @peterthum that makes jewelry and other items out of seized illegal handguns. Additionally, a portion of their proceeds go towards programs for children effected by gun violence. The pen has a disc of metal from the destroyed handgun adorning it’s finial, and the serial number of the gun is imprinted along the clip. Thum has a similar social enterprise, @fonderie47, which focuses on removal of AK-47s and other assault weapons from Africa. Cross and Fonderie 47 have previously collaborated on versions of the Cross Peerless in a capped rollerball and fountain pen, which are absolutely gorgeous and also far more expensive. The Liberty United line lacks a fountain pen but it’s also a little more affordable, and for me working in Baltimore City and living in Baltimore County, it hits a little closer to home. This pen was purchased from @crazyalansemporium at this year’s @baltimorewashingtonpenshow. #crossx #crosspens #fieldnotes #fieldnuts #libertyunited #fonderie47 #socialenterprise #selectip #bwips2019 #penquisition

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