Our Stockists

For friendly service, visit one of our loyal and authorized resellers in Australia and Overseas.

 Australia

Australia Post Newstead

Our original local, only blocks away from our Newstead home, Riley at Newstead Auspost stocks ALL our inks and is the friendliest face in all Launceston. 

165A Elphin Rd

Newstead TAS 7250

 

Flywheel - New Norfolk

Flywheel is a unique store situated in New Norfolk, Tasmania specialising in vintage office items, stationery and letterpress goods printed by us in store. Open 10am to 4:30pm (closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays).

42 High Street

New Norfolk, Tasmania 7140

 

 

Pensive Pens

Pensive Pens are located in Yass, just north of the ACT, and ship Australia Wide.

 

Pens...Paper...Ink

Lee is the owner of Pens...Paper...Ink and lives in Mareeba Queensland Australia with her family and a menagerie of animals. 

 

Pulp Addiction

Originating in the Hunter Valley in 2010, Pulp Addiction now resides in Romsey in the beautiful Macedon Ranges in Victoria. They are a favourite for hard to find, quality stationery and stock the complete range of Van Dieman's Inks.

 

Pen City

“We are about getting the right writing solutions for the right people” 

 

Pen City prides itself on good old fashion customer service and the specialised knowledge of its staff but today also utilises the latest technologies to make their customers experiences online the best that they can be.

USA 

Pen Chalet - Arizona

Pen Chalet was started because of a passion for fine writing instruments between a couple of friends in Mesa Arizona. They took this love of pens and created a website where other pen enthusiasts can share. 

 

Vanness Pen Shop

Now in its third generation, the Vanness family continues to serve central Arkansas. Orville Vanness could never be pinned down to a date for his original store. He began repairing razors in the Snodgrass and Bracy drugstore in the early 1930's. He quickly added on fountain pen repair. He dreamed of having his own name on a sign and sometime around 1938 he opened shop in downtown Little Rock. Orville passed his skills on to his sons. Together, Dennis and Van continued the family tradition with added locations and retail merchandise. Today, Orville's grandson, Mike, (Dennis' son) carries on the family tradition.