• A small collection.

  • Assorted Nibs.

  • Vintage Duofolds.

  • A Flock of Pelikans.

  • Close-up of a Montblanc Nib.

  • A collection of Sailor Fountain Pens in Maki-e.

  • Some Parker 51s.

  • PW Ackermann Inks from a club purchase.

  • Some Fountain Pen Repair Tools.

  • Nibs Galour.

  • Visconti Skeletons.

  • Platinum Fountain Pens.


Pen Club Meetings Notice

Activities | Meetings - Pinned Notice

Meeting UPDATE: Due to the Holidays, our next meeting is April 9th and will be held at Bard Hall (Graduate Residence Center of Bard University).
The Big Apple Pen Club meets on the First Thursday of each month. Bard Hall (Graduate Residence Center of Bard University) graciously provides space for our meetings, located at 410 West 58th Street New York City (Between Columbus and 10th Avenues). Please see Security at Front Desk.

Welcome to Our Pen Club

Activities | Meetings | NEWS

The US Representative for Kaweco Pens was the special guest of the Big Apple Pen Club this first Thursday of the new year. Excitement grew as various Fountains Pens, Ball Point Pens and Pencils were passed around to the members in attendance. Quite a number of members took advantage of the 30% discount to make direct purchases. More...

Dealer Display at the 2009 NYC Fountain Pen Show

Photos | Miscellaneous

A Fountain Pen Show is an excellent venue for acquiring new pens, repairing and restoring pens, and having nibs custom ground and smoothened. And above all, meeting old friends and making new friends. Shown here is a dealer at his table in the Grand Ballroom of the Parklane Hotel displaying his pens. More...

Handmade ebonite in Black and Beige Urushi

Reviews | Pens

A member of the Fountain Pen Network Forum has reviewed this pen according to seven criteria (scored 1 to 10) consisting of Appearance & Design, Construction & Quality, Weight & Dimensions, Nib & Performance, Filling System & Maintenance, Cost & Value and Conclusion. More...
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Upcoming Events Highlights

Friends of the Club
  • Richard Binder
  • Brian Gray of Edison Pens
  • Ron Zorn of Main Street Pens