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Pack of six international short sized J. Herbin Fountain Pen ink cartridges. Other colors available.

J. Herbin was established in 1670 and is the oldest name in formal ink production in the world. It is the ink namesake used by renowned figures such as Napoleon Bonaparte and Victor Hugo of Les Miserables.

The "Jewel of Inks" series from J. Herbin was created by M. Herbin in his shop on the Rue des Fosses Saint-Germain in Paris in 1700. Now you can capture a moment of this history with these high-quality ink cartridges at JetPens.

Ink features:

- Non toxic and pH neutral

- Lightfast

- Water based

- Flows smoothly and fast drying

- All natural dyes


If exposed to extremely cold weather for a long time, ink inside new cartridges is likely to freeze, expand, and push out the stopper, causing cartridges to leak.

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Perfect light grey, when...
June 27, 2016
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Perfect light grey, when black is too much and blue too pedestrian, go with grey...chic, suave and understated.
Yes, this is a relatively...
June 1, 2016
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Yes, this is a relatively light grey, which was exactly what I was looking for. It looks like a fine lead pencil when used with a fine fountain pen nib. I have a darker grey, yet prefer this one.
Tuesdays Child
Definitely a very light...
April 12, 2016
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Definitely a very light gray IMO and almost undetectable on my Rhodia dot pad. Lighter than the description sample shown. I own seven J. Herbin inks and this is my least favorite.
Medium-to-light gray,...
July 23, 2015
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Medium-to-light gray, not too cool or warm. Used it for calligraphy for save-the-dates.
This is such a light...
May 4, 2015
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This is such a light gray that it doesn't show up well on the page. Granted, I have only tried it with the J. Herbin rollerball, but the color isn't worth it. Also, I'm unsure if it's the ink or the pen that make the line lay down badly on the page. The lines skipped and looked terrible on top of the fact that it is a very, very light gray. I happen to like the light gray color that it comes out as, but it's just not realistically useful for anything I do with my pens.