A graphic illustration shows the nib of a fountain pen dripping a perfect teardrop-shaped drop of black ink. In today's world of computers and keyboards, nothing brings back the age-old practice of writing like a fountain pen.
A fountain pen is technically any pen that holds and releases its ink, but usually refers to a pen with an exposed or hooded split metal point. Learn more with this fountain pen collecting guide.
Visit this web site developer directory for information about web site development services in the United States of America. The photo on this page depicts website HTML code and a ballpoint pen.
Barographs record the atmospheric pressure over the course of time. A traditional barograph, such as this one, contains an aneroid barometer and uses a pen to produce a paper chart, called a barogram.