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Any other Parker Sonnet users here?I have four,one of which is one of my favourite to use of all my pens.



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Yep. I have a stainless steel/flighter model in my 100% full time rotation.

It's one of my most treasured pens. 1) Because it was a gift from a dear friend and 2) The Broad stub is just pure joy to use. I have it filled with a 50/50 mix of Quink Blue and Pelikan Turquoise.

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Interesting mix there,DWL.One of my favourite pens is my Parker Sonnet with an extra fine nib.Use that pen a lot.

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I love mixing my inks for custom colors.


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I have the Verdigras laque (Green) model with a fine point!
I like it very much even though I prefer med points!
I usually use MB RG in this pen, though I put other colors in it as well!

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Frank

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I have a Sterling Ciselé Fine Point and a Fire Dance fine Point.



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