Solid permanent blue black, if you know how to use it
This ink should probably never be put in a pen, unless you plan to use it quickly in a long writing session or something of the kind. I put it in a cartridge for my pocket pen & th... view moree ink dried to the sides of the cartridge; i couldn't see the ink level, it dried on my nib, i nearly lost the pen to the permanency of the ink! I strictly use it only for addressing envelopes using my dip pen, which i can swiftly rinse off, knowing the rain wont wear away the address & get sent back, wasting time & effort. It might take a while to use up, but as long as i don't "endanger" any of my collection, i feel comfortable with it. God bless (Matthew 5:45)! view less
If waterproof is what you crave, look no farther. This ink dries to a velvet matte finish. You can almost feel it on the paper if you run your finger across the dried print. It ten... view moreds to write dry, so I prefer it in a wet pen. After a few days it turns good and dark. view less
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About the shop
Supplying analog writing instruments and accessories since 1938. Third generation family-owned store based in Little Rock, Arkansas. Mike was trained by his grandfather, dad, and uncle to continue the family business of all things pens, inks, and paper.