I thought it would be interesting to talk about the increasingly popular architect nibs, also known as Hebrew or Arabic grinds. My personal (one and only) architect nib was ground by Salman of the Toronto Pen Company. I quoted a price of $45 CAD for this grind in the video: that should have been $50 CAD – sorry!
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This post was sponsored by SkillShare.