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May 06, 2010

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John R. Meengs

Steve, This is more a question than a comment. Being an authority on fountain pens, what reference book(s) do you recomend for a novice collector of vintage fountain pens? Thanks I certainly enjoy your blog and of course, your catalogue.

Steve Leveen

Dear John,

Nice to meet a fellow aficionado of the nib! Your timing is ideal, as Levenger is planning to offer a new book that traces the history of many of the leading makers of fountain pens. It's called The Ultimate Book of Pens and should be available in a few weeks. It won't be in our catalog, but it will be in our stores. If you'd like a copy, let me know and we'll get in touch when it's in store.

All best,
Steve

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