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Pensinasia - Fine Writing Instruments
Pensinasia is a collection of more than a decade of pens, fine writing instruments, and limited edition collectables. Over the past years, I have painstakingly detailed and photographed each pen I have owned, recording down every minute detail within this website. If you are a pen lover like me, you will find Pensinasia to be your definite source of knowledge to fountain pens.

Platinum 3776 Century Celluloid Jade with Gold Trim Fountain Pen

Celluloid is a flammable, half transparent material which is made by mixing
nitric-cellulose(sulfuric acid and nitric acid are added to cellulose), camphor and
alcohol.  It softens at 90degrees celcius and hardens when cooled.  It must be dried for more than 6months to prevent deformation and twisting and has been recognized as a difficult material

The original #3776 series was designed by the late writing expert Haruo Umeda and the design team at Platinum Pen Company and was made available to the public in 1978. The 3776 expresses the height in meters of Mt. Fuji, the highest and most beautiful peak in Japan. The Celluloid Collection from the popular 3776 model comes in in four vibrant shades of rich cured celluloid: Koi, Stone, Tortoise, and vibrant greens set Jade apart from other writing instruments.
The Celluloid Collection are fitted with a 14K gold nib. using ink cartridge or converter
 Length fully capped     137mm
 Diameter          12mm
 Length with out cap   118mm
 Cap posted on barrel  151mm

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