More on the Truepoint Simon has asked me to post this photo to clarify an issue that has arisen; that Truepoints came in mixed colours too. AdvertisementShare this:EmailPrintFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I stand corrected – and I now know where to go when I need to borrow Truepoints to photograph for the next book! Great little collection.
I’m glad that has been helpful.
Andy, you are welcome to borrow any and all of my pens for your book. I’m ashamed of the quality of the above picture and it would be great to have somebody do my collection justice
I’ve never heard of TruePoint pens before. They look very pretty! What are the nibs like to write with?
I don’t have one to hand, Chloé, but I’m told they are very good.
I’ll have a look online for one, I’d love to add another vintage pen to my collection. A friend in Australia recently sent me a vintage Perlux N.Z. dip pen that I can’t find any info whatsoever on, and a lovely little blue Osmiroid pen. Osmiroids are brilliant pens!