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February 2018

February 2018 iPenBox




Regal Edward Fountain Pen

This lovely fountain pen is green lacquer over copper barrel with chrome accenting trims.  It has a beautifully sculpted cap. The two-tone stainless steel nib is listed as medium, but is more on the fine side. 

Pen is equipped with a piston converter, but will also accept international standard size ink cartridges.


Knock Knock
         Who’s there
         Queen who?
Queen your room, it’s dirty






Caran d'Ache Justice League Special Edition Ballpoint Pen

Batman, Wonder Woman, or Superman. The one piece body is molded in synthetic resin and features elegant lines in a contemporary hexagon-shaped barrel design.  Made in Switzerland. 


Knock Knock
          Who’s there
Little Old Lady
          Little Old Lady who?
I didn’t know you could yodel





Zebra Zensations Brush Pen, Super Fine Tip

Whether you are doing traditional lettering, illustrations, or manga, Zebra Brush pens are the tool for you. the ink is a deep, rich black color and you can vary the line width depending on applied pressure. Water resistant.  


Knock Knock
       Who’s there
       Zebra who?
Ze-bra is too big










Rhodia Pocket Notebook 3 x 4-3/4, Graph Ruling, Orange 

This classic orange cover was first introduced in 1932. The card stock cover is coated and waterproof. Graph ruled, 24 high grade vellum sheets (48 pages) that are fountain pen friendly.

Rhodia pads are famous for their exceptionally white paper, smooth satin finish and pale violet lines.



Knock Knock
         Who’s there
         Orange who?
Orange you glad you subscribed?







Private Reserve DC Electric Blue Ink - sample 

Private Reserve inks are made in the USA.  They are known for their excellent coverage, smooth flow and vibrant color.  



Knock Knock
       Who’s there
        Alec who?
Alec-tricity. Isn’t that a shocker?






Raffle Ticket

Your box contains a raffle ticket - hang on to it!  On January 30th we will draw a number of tickets for additional prize items.

We will list the winning ticket numbers on this page.   



                                        Raffle Ticket Prizes 




Origin of the Knock Knock Joke (unconfirmed)

Some claim they originated in the Middle Ages as a call-and-answer password format.  A more common theory is William Shakespeare's Macbeth, the second act.  Although the origin will remain unclear, what is clear is that the knock knock joke has been a staple of American humor since the early 20th century.  





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New to fountain pens?

If you are new to fountain pens, you can click on the picture to the left to take you to a link to read about how to start, clean, and store your pen.  Click on the picture on the right for helpful information on filling your fountain pen.



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