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Manuscript Calligraphy Marker Giveaway May 2013

May 21, 2013

To celebrate our new range of Manuscript calligraphy pens and italic markers we have lined up a great giveaway for you. This month one lucky winner will get two assorted 12-packs of Manuscript Callicreative italic markers with an RRP of £15.99 each. One pack has a fine 1.4mm nib & the other a broad 3.6mm […]

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Manuscript Calligraphy Pens Are Now Available

May 19, 2013

Renowned around the globe for their expertise in producing calligraphy nibs of exceptional quality the Manuscript Pen Co. is one of few remaining Companies in the world that specialise in the sale, production, development of fountain and dip pen based calligraphy products. Manuscript Calligraphy Pens are the latest addition to the Tiger Pens online store. […]

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The Yoropen is back!!!

May 18, 2013

The ergonomically designed Yoropen hasn’t been available for a while but anyone who has missed these award winning pens will be pleased to know they are back in stock & available once again. The Yoropen is designed with an offset finger support which prevents the fingers slipping & as it require less pressure than a […]

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Lamy Al-Star Black Limited Edition 2013

May 8, 2013

The limited edition of the LAMY AL-star black is available as a fountain, ballpoint & a rollerball pen. A chic up to date look, the matt black finish is made from durable aluminum & makes a bold statement. The Lamy Al star has a 2013 limited edition fountain pen with a mix of satin black […]

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Lamy Safari Neon Yellow Pens Limited Edition 2013

May 1, 2013

It’s that time of year again & Lamy have delivered their 2013 Limited Edition Safari range. Fans of these pens will know that every year a new colour is brought into play.  This year it’s Neon which is a vibrant yellow that is the choice on offer. The Safari is a popular choice amongst the […]

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Counterfeit Pens: Even The Most Inexpensive Get Faked

April 17, 2013

Have you ever heard of a Skerple marker? Neither had I until the other day when I ran across an article by a college professor about a Chinese knock-off of the Sharpie marker. Turns out, the Skerple looks like the Sharpie in almost every regard, even using similar font for the name, and can be […]

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Saving Lives With Just A Knife And Pen

April 11, 2013

File this one under ‘awesome.’ We’ve all seen the TV shows/movies where the intrepid hero saves the life of a choking character by nicking open the throat and making a breathing tube out of a pen or whatever else is handy. While it makes for great drama, it isn’t the sort of thing you expect […]

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New From The Tiger Pens Store!

April 6, 2013

The Pen Warrior is on a constant quest to find the best and most affordable pens to help our loyal customers with their writing and artistic needs. He’s scored again. These are some of the pens we’ve added to our line-up in recent weeks. Beta Inkless Metal Pens – Unique writing instruments that use a metal […]

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Fisher Space Pen Used by Astronaut Sells For Big $$

April 3, 2013

‘Space Pen’ isn’t just a name Fisher gives to its signature ballpoint pen – its where the pens are actually used. And now one lucky collector has an actual space-mission Fisher pen to show off. To raise funds, the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation just held an auction of space memorabilia. Among the items up for bidding was […]

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Moleskine Goes Public

April 2, 2013

Love Moleskine notebooks? Now you have a chance to put your money where your heart is. The company known world-wide for its variety of notebooks for writers and artists is expected to begin trading shares on the Milan stock exchange this week. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that about 106 million shares of Moleskine will […]

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