[Zosslist] Sheaffer Ink Colors

woodingham at aol.com woodingham at aol.com
Fri Dec 25 02:39:50 EET 2020

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I believe the Sheaffer green you describe was called Emerald Green. The box said the ink was washable, and I suppose that was technically true. But, if your hand got ink-stained, it took real effort to clean it. 
Alan Kaufman
    On Thursday, December 24, 2020, 05:25:25 PM EST, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. <n1ea at arrl.net> wrote:  
 Hello ZossList,

In my mind and tastes, Sheaffer made excellent fountain pen ink and in
many nice colors.

Loving peacocks and that blue that was in the center of their plumage,
I have a fond spot for the old Sheaffer Peacock Blue ink.  The closest
color now is Sheaffer Turquoise. It has more green in it than the old
Peacock Blue and I love the old color better.

But my current question - and please comment on any of the Sheaffer
inks past and present is the fabulous old Sheaffer Green ink.

For years people penned Christmas cards and envelopes with either or
both Sheaffer Green and Sheaffer Red - the red seems unchanged - but
is the green the same green?

It was very green but dark enough to be legible. Like forest green but
a shade lighter.

Anyone have any comments on these questions?

Have an inky Christmas.

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