The A-Series nib is ideal for any Gothic or Monoline lettering style that has lines of uniform width with a squared finish. Suitable for use with any straight/classic style penholder.
The B-Series is perfect for creating a variety of monoline lettering, drawn letters (e.g. Versals) and “built-up” letters, such as the Double Stroke Poster Roman. Suitable for use with any straight/classic style penholder.
The C-Series design or left-handed C-Series variation are suitable for use with any straight/classic style penholder.
#22B Extra Fine: Featuring a bronze finish and medium stiffness, the #22B is suitable for Copperplate and Spencerian scripts, ornamental work and ruling.
#56 Standard School: Possessing a stiff action, this nib is steady and durable, making it a perfect tool for beginners.
#99 Drawing: This extremely flexible nib features an extra-fine point and is capable of producing thick swells with minimal pressure. Perfect for artists with a light touch working on smooth papers.
The #22B, #56 and #99 nibs may all be used with either a straight/classic style or oblique penholder.
#101 Imperial Artist: Perfect for use to create Copperplate or Spencerian scripts, the #101 is durable and steady. Ideal for expert and student scribes alike, the #101 is great for larger-scale lettering projects.
the #101 nibs may be used with either a straight/classic style or oblique penholder.
#102 Crowquill: The #102 is super fine and flexible.
#107 Hawk Quill: Stiffer than the #102, the #107 features a super fine point and is highly durable. Best for creating long, even lines and cross-hatching details. These nibs are only suitable for use with a crow quill holder.
#512 Bowl-Pointed: Fine pen is best for ruling and lettering applications.
#513EF: This extra-fine pen is ideal for industrial arts.
The #512 and #513 nibs may be used with either a straight/classic style or oblique penholder.