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Hunt Artists' Pen Nibs--School No. 56

by Speedball


Fine, bronze finish drawing pen for art school. Stiff action. Made from the finest steel and handcrafted in the USA. Pen holder sold separately. Use with #9451 Pen Holder, General's Cork Grip Pen Holder, or Speedball Classic Pen Holders.

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Hunt Artists' Pen Nibs--School No. 56

by Speedball

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frank j from jackson, nj says:

Three to four of the nibs were not of a quality that permitted me to use for more than six lines of calligraphy. while others were much better and lasted far longer. Delivery and packing of materials...[more]

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Rated by: frank j in jackson, nj
Three to four of the nibs were not of a quality that permitted me to use for more than six lines of calligraphy. while others were much better and lasted far longer. Delivery and packing of materials were very good.
Rated by: Mark T. in Nanticoke, PA
Although these nibs are listed as 'student grade', don't let that fool you. They are sturdy and very versatile, and great for the professional as well as the beginner.
Rated by: frank j. in jackson, NJ
Hunts nibs are the best. I have used them for many years with much success.
Rated by: Rita P. in CornwallonHudson, NY
I love these nibs for envelopes. They work great for copperplate and spencerian. They have a good medium flex.
Rated by: frank j. in jackson, NJ
I have found hunt nibs to be excellent for calligraphy use.
Rated by: Blaine G. in Minneapolis, MN
These are my favorite drawing pens. They are cheap, durable and seem to always hold the right amount of ink--not enough to create accidents but enough to not have to redip every few mins.

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