American Aristocracy

  A message about “American Aristocracy” Henry Gage (3rd Viscount Gage) son of Thomas Gage (Royal Military Governor of Massachusetts) was responsible for the purchase of an estimated 19,000 bottles of wine including the most popular at the time among the aristocrats: red port, dark sherry, and Madeira…  As the aristocrats surely were not giving the wine to those commoners paying the excessively punitive taxation of … [Read more...]

The 308 Cartridge

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New Konrad

The New Noodler's Konrad Colors are Coming Soon! Beautiful new colors! Durable, yet biodegradable plastic. Noodler's flex nib you love, all in one amazing fountain pen. … [Read more...]

New Acrylic Konrad’s

INTRODUCING THE NEW NANTUCKET CHIMNEY AFIRE STOCK # 14085 WENDIGO STOCK # 14086 JERSEY DEVIL STOCK# 14087 and TINIAN TREASURE STOCK #14088   KONRAD ACRYLIC FOUNTAIN PENS THE NOODLER'S ACRYLIC FOUNTAIN PENS COME WITH THE FINE/MEDIUM FLEX NIB. EACH PEN HAS THE NOODLER'S INK EBONITE FEED AND THE PISTON FILLING MECHANISM. THE BEAUTIFUL NEW ADDITIONS  TO THE KONRAD ACRYLIC COLLECTION … [Read more...]

The president’s collection

The films are narrated by Mr. Reginald B. Hegarty, great uncle of Mr. Tardif The president’s scrimshander By PEGGI MEDEIROS | Published: NOVEMBER 1, 2013 | Leave a comment Milton K. Delano It arrived in New Bedford at some point in 1818. It was discovered in an old New Bedford house by a master artist. According to the New York Times on October 20, 1973, it was a bull whale. It took two hundred forty hours of … [Read more...]

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