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Roller Ball Pens
Noodler's level depth I am a huge fan of noodlers inks however since jetpens stopped carrying them i needed an alternative This black ink shares some of the really deep qualities most of the noodlers inks have when u use it in wash Its great cuz i can use it as a black ink for writing, and then a wash that has multiple layers when u add water it starts out in a smoky purple and then fades into a gorgeous light deep sea green It also doesnt feather on copy paper so its great for school as well the one problem is the bottle as it kind of ruins the ability to stick ur nib in there overall great ink
About J. Herbin
J. Herbin was established in 1670. M. Herbin was a sailor who traveled the world. It was from his travels in India that he found the formulas for manufacturing sealing wax that he brought back to Pairs. His special lacquer formula improved the quality of the seals in adhesion and neatness and helped him become famous throughout the country.
J. Herbin is the oldest name in ink production in the world. Its 340th anniversary ink in rouge hematite is a popular collector's item at JetPens.