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Manuscript Fountain Pen Models Scribe pen models

Manufactured in the EU, the Scribe range offers a traditional style barrel with a highly polished nib. It is this feature that ensures a smooth and consistent delivery of ink and will enable the user to make marks against the paper in all directions.

Truly an enjoyable and easy pen to use, for both beginners and practised calligraphers.

Scribe pens are available in 6 different nib widths, including fine tip widths for drawing and sketching work.

Dodec pen models

Manufactured in England, the twelve sided Dodec fountain pen model combines economy with efficiency. The Dodec fountain pen is also available with a wide selection of nib widths- from 4B to extra fine.

Front end nib sections for the Dodec can also be bought separately through Manuscript’s Nib service. Simply visit to download the form.

For everyday handwriting products that contain the Dodec pen model see page 23.

Classic pen models

Manufactured in England, Manuscript’s Classic pen model has been designed to blend elegance with efficiency.

All of our Classic pens have traditional calligraphy nibs with points cut like dip nibs for clear definition that provide precise lines of all widths, including fine. This pen model is used across our best selling sets from the Classic & Creative through to Deluxe.

For everyday handwriting products that contain the Classic style pen see page 23.

Please note that the Classic pen model is compatible with previous Manuscript classic pens and front end sections.

Pen models available throughout our range of Calligraphy fountain pen products. See pages 8-11 for more info.

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