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In Flanders Fields – Onoto to immortalise the poem with a LE fountain pen

In Flanders Fields, written by Canadian physician Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae, to be paid tribute to through a LE Onoto pen. World War I battlefields in Belgium and France are often called “Flanders Fields” in English. Red poppies, that grew wild on the graves of fallen soldiers, have since become one

 

Bourbon – Benu raises its glass to celebrate the intoxication of creativity, unveils new fountain pen!

Bourbon. The House of Bourbons were a European dynasty of French origin. How they lent their name across the continent to America’s most potent brew is however, another story. Suffice to say, distilled from a mash made primarily of corn, Bourbon, to the world at large, is the American for

 

Turing-Welchman Pen – a tribute from Conway Stewart

Turing-Welchman Pen a tribute to the men who broke the Enigma-enciphered messages during WWII by Conway Stewart A limited edition of 211 pens to celebrate the achievement of Alan Turing and Gordon Welchman who created the Turing-Welchman Bombe machine used to break Enigma-enciphered messages during the Second World War. The