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Old December 1st 12, 05:03 AM posted to alt.collecting.pens-pencils
Aaron W. Hsu
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Default More Truly Flexible Nibs

Does anyone know of any more pens that are truly flexible and resilient
enough to be used in Spencerian style handwriting? I have a custom nib
Namiki Falcon that I really love, and I have heard of a flex nib from
Noodler, but that is about it. Does anyone else do good, quality flexible
nibs that come close to the steel dip pens of the 19th century?

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