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50ml bottle of Rohrer & Klingner Alt-Goldgrun (Old Golden Green) fountain pen ink.

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50ml bottle of Rohrer & Klingner Alt-Goldgrun (Old Golden Green) fountain pen ink.


Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 56 Write a review.

  0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great color, but feathers and bleeds... April 18, 2014
Reviewer: Nadezhda  
I really like the color, however it works only with a dry pen and a fine nib. It was practically unuseadnle with a broad nib TWSBI, bled and feathered even on the best claire-fontain paper, and took a lot to dry. Works OK with the Lamy Joy as it is dryer. It shades very well.

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"Nature's first green is gold..." April 16, 2014
Reviewer: A.S. from The Blasted Coast of Maine, USA  
I've spent this murderous winter (I'm writing from Maine's far-flung coast) journaling with Iroshizuku Shin Kai, "Deep Sea," the mody slate grey being a good match for matter and mind, but now, as the crocuses finally start to push through the mud, I felt it time to change up. This color is mysterious, burnished, and fleeting-seeming, like the selfsame season Frost describes in his delicate lyric, quoted above. Te amo.

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great ink April 14, 2014
Reviewer: Sheila from LONDON United Kingdom  
Having tried a sample of this green ink with hint of gold I decided to get a bottle to use for journaling.  It has shades of an olive nature as other reviewers have noted.  It is not a bright colour but it is not drab.  If you like unusual colours this is worth considering.  I initially saw it when it was featured as a staff pick, which is a useful way of getting recomendations.

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Exactly what I was expecting April 9, 2014
Reviewer: Stefan from Calgary, Canada  
I really like green colour in general and I have spent several weeks looking for the perfect green ink. After reading reviews and seeing samples of RK Alt-Goldgrün, I knew I had to have it. When the bottle arrived, a little bit of the ink leaked from the bottle, but luckily the bottle was well packaged in bubble wrap and perfectly isolated from my other inks. I suspect that the leak might have something to do with the very low temperatures this ink was stored in (I had it shipped to a 3rd party "warehouse"). The bottle was extremely easy to clean and it seems that not much of the ink leaked and that the bottle did not crack.
As for the ink itself, it is exactly what I expected, a nice blend of dark green and gold with this "archaic" look. It runs very smoothly in my Pilot Metropolitan and as said here, it is quite thin, but dries fast. Overall, I love it and I am very happy with my purchase!

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Get A Sample Immediately! April 1, 2014
Reviewer: Phil from South Bend, IN  
If you are on the fence or not a huge fan of green, at least get a sample of this. This is awesome gold-meets-avocado in color. The shading is fantastic on good paper and the color is nice on plain old copy paper. I currently have it loaded up in a TWSBI 580 with a 1.1 nib. It is wet, and very thin in its viscosity, but dries quickly and cleans up very well, so swapping it in and out of pens is easy. I carry a fountain pen all day and write on every kind of paper at work and find  that it does not feather very much at all despite its thin character on cheap paper.

One of my all time favorite green-greens is Noodler's Gruene Cactus, but Alt-Goldgrun is to green what Herbin Rouge Hematite is to red. This is something different and very attractive. I highly recommend it.

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