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Thread: Pen for Signing Photographs

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    Oct 2006

    Re: Pen for Signing Photographs

    I used (been using) a Rapidograph .30 pen. Used the koh-i-noor ink. I just looked at a print that is 18 years old. Still looks nice and dark ink. No fade, no bleed. Its on Portriga glossy paper.

  2. #12
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    Jul 2007
    Tim from Missouri

    Re: Pen for Signing Photographs

    That's it exactly , Dave. May not be what is needed here, but it is an alternative way to sign.


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