I have several bottles of Rohrer and Klingner ink, and so far most of them are quite straightforward and no fuss; however, Alt-Goldgrün is a bit of a mystery.  To show the ink’s shading quality, I planned to use a broader nib (Pelikan M205 Due BB to be exact), but for some reason the writing appeared feathered.  Once the ink is completely dried, it looked just fine but with bleedthrough.  Due to this discrepency, I did a bit more writing samples than usual to establish patterns.  The conclusion is that Alt-Goldgrün is a very addictive color and it grows on me more and more.

Wring sample done by Lamy Al-Star, medium nib

Writing sample done by Pelikan M205 Duo BB

Both Pelikan and Lamy on Fabriano EcoQua

You may purchase it at the following fine stationery retailers:
  • Goulet Pens ($12)
  • JetPens ($12)
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