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HisNibs.com update -- 18th Anniversary Sale!
July 17th, 2015

Greetings all,

We celebrate our 18th Anniversary in business this July, when we first
started importing fountain pens from China. As a thank you for your support
all of these years, we'd like to offer you 18%-off of any pen or pens under
the 'Chinese pens' link http://www.hisnibs.com/chinese_pens.htm through the
end of July (while supplies last)! So for a pen that's listed for $65.00 for
example, your new cost will now be $53.30! Thanks so much for your continued
patronage!!!!!

Speaking of Chinese pens, the Poky Dragon Flower
http://www.hisnibs.com/poky.htm -- one of the 'Fabulous Four' -- is back in
stock.

So too, the Pilot 78G http://www.hisnibs.com/pilot_pens.htm Black in F, M
and B (stub) has returned. It's not Chinese.

As this newsletter goes out to a mailing list of thousands of customers,
please understand if there's a delay in answering your email queries or
orders after one of these is sent. We will respond in order received and as
soon as possible!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~in this issue
* Chinese pen sale
* Poky Dragon Flowers
* Pilot 78G in black restocked
* New Conklin Mark Twain signature Chased Crescent-fillers
* 40%-off remaining stock of 'regular' Conklin Crescent-fillers
* 'His Nibs' page on Facebook

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Chinese pen sale



We celebrate our 18th Anniversary in business this July, when we first
started importing fountain pens from China. As a thank you for your support
all of these years, we'd like to offer you 18%-off of any pen or pens under
the 'Chinese pens' link http://www.hisnibs.com/chinese_pens.htm through the
end of July (while supplies last)! So for a pen that's listed for $65.00 for
example, your new cost will now be $53.30! Thanks so much for your continued
patronage!!!!!

See the Chinese brands here... - http://www.hisnibs.com/chinese_pens.htm

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Poky Dragon Flowers



The Dragon Flowers model rejoins the 'Fabulous Four' from Poky!

"I am having too much fun to keep it to myself. The Poky Dragon Flower and
Great Wall are delightful and distinctive. Easy to hold. The ink flows
evenly. Speaking of ink, the colors from the Private Reserve are fantastic.
It is so evident that you do check each nib for perfection. They perform as
promised. I have a few inexpensive pens from other sources. Those nibs
needed your help. Scratchy and leaky nibs are nibs that never met His
Nibs...Thanks for your personal care of the pens. That makes for enjoyable
writing."
[B]A. G., San Antonio, TX[/B]

More photos here... - http://www.hisnibs.com/poky.htm

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Pilot 78G in black restocked



"Hi Norman, I have received the Pilot 78G pens and they are lovely! What
great little writers, and such good value. :D The nibs are amazingly smooth
and super-fine, one of the nicest nibs I've ever come across [referring to
'F' nib]. I'm kicking myself for not ordering a dark green one too! Let me
know if you ever see more!"
[B]LMY, Gladstone, Australia[/B]

"A couple of months ago, I ordered a Pilot 78 from you. After considerable
use, I just wanted to write and add my voice to the chorus of praise for
this pen. It's a marvelous little daily writer, made all the more desirable
by your attractive pricing. The nib is smooth with a hint of flex and I
find the ink flow to be just right -- not to much nor too little. It's an
attractive pen, looking much richer than it's actual cost. And it is
incredibly light. It's one of a handful of pens I write with the cap on.
Just to let you know, Pilot / Namiki cartridges fit this pen perfectly."
[B]D. H., Gainesville, GA[/B]

"Norm, the Pilot 78's came yesterday and I've inked and written with both of
them. What fantastic pens. For the past ten years, I've been a convert to
the Pelikan Steno pens which used to be sold by that online pen shop back
east that closed down recently. Of course, Pelikan has also stopped making
the Steno pen. Fortunately, I have half-a-dozen of them, but I have
recently become really interested in italic nibs. I have to tell you, the
Pilot's are simply magnificent. I'll be ordering the two colors I didn't get
soon, and maybe I can try out the Monteverde stub also. Thanks for the quick
service and for the great pens you sent."
[B]T. M. Wichita, KS[/B]

Read more here... - http://www.hisnibs.com/pilot_pens.htm

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
New Conklin Mark Twain signature Chased Crescent-fillers



The newest versions of the Conklin Crescent-filler is the chased in Red or
Orange. These join the Black Chased, which has always been the most popular
iteration of the pen.

The difference between the two new colors -- other than the colors! -- is
that the red has gold 'furniture' (rocker clip, cap band and crescent),
while the orange has chrome trim.

Like all the others, Mark Twain's signature adorns the back of the cap band.

"Dear Norman, I love the red-chased Conklin Crescent filler. I have been using it for a few days now and love the weight of it and the stub nib. It writes like a dream, but feels like an old pen (Vacumatics are my collecting passion). Thanks again and I am happy to own the pen. Appreciatively,"
[B]K. F., Elizabethtown, KY[/B]

More photos here... - http://www.hisnibs.com/crescent.htm

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
40%-off remaining stock of 'regular' Conklin Crescent-fillers


The Crescent-filler Zebra




The Crescent-filler Halloween




The Crescent-filler Spearmint

More here... - http://www.hisnibs.com/crescent.htm

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'His Nibs' page on Facebook



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Regards,

Norman Haase
http://www.hisnibs.com


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