Shangching Cheng Huitzacua, Fountain pen day, italic

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Shangching Cheng Huitzacua, Fountain pen day, cursive

Fountain Pen Day, first celebrated
in 2012 is on the first Friday of
November each year. This day was
founded to “embrace, promote, and
share the use of fountain pens.”
Personally, I would take this day
a bit further. It should not be
celebrated once a year, but every day,
with all sorts of writing utensils,
developing an appreciation for the
written word. So pick up a pen
and write!
For more information,
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Shangching Cheng Huitzacua
Date written
Rhodia, N° 16 dotPad
x cm x x cm; 6 in x 8.25 in
Stipula Vedo with 1.1mm italic nib
Pilot Iroshizuku Fuyu-gaki (Winter Persimmon)
Penmanship Style
File name
Huitzacua Shangching Cheng 199x-001-001-001
Fountain Pen Day [1]

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