Quill pens are one of the oldest type of pens. A quill pen is the feather of a bird, usually a goose. The end of the feather (the quill) was kept very sharp and had to be dipped into ink after every few words.
Fountain pens are like dip pens, but can hold enough ink inside to write several pages before being refilled.
A stylus is a pen that cannot write on paper and is usually made out of plastic. They are usually used with touchscreens.
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